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Work along with motion graphics artist Eran Stern in this course, as he uses After Adobe Affects and Illustrator to create a TV broadcast promo from concept to design. Eran shows how to build compelling broadcast graphics, tell a short story with huge impact, and create a graphic package for a special sports event by harnessing the power of simulation effects, 3D spheres, and live footage. The course also offers tips on building a matching color scheme for your video, creating 3D titles, and much more.
Hi I'm Eran Stern, independent content creator and motion graphic artist. I use Adobe After Effects on a daily basis to create promos and advertisements for TV and commercial products for companies like Adobe, Outfits, F and C and Digital Juice. If you're interested in learning intermediate and advanced techniques for working with Adobe After Effects software, then this is the course for you.
During the next three and a half hours, I'll show you how to build a promo designed for broadcast television. I'll explain the different stages of the design process and help you create a unified graphic language combined with stunning visual effects. We will create elements from scratch using effects from this simulation category. Then we'll auto scope part of the video and add some digital explosions.
We'll also design a 3-dimensional titles, and even add more punch with some sound effects. All these techniques and more will be composited together and assembled into a powerful promo. This short promo piece has a goal. Color collection, guide, 3D design, depth and shadows, compositing and a bunch of unique After Effects techniques that I've learned over the years.
After watching this course and following the exercises, you learn how to make your own TV package design. I hope you enjoyed the course as I enjoyed making it, and maybe, even fall in love with After Effects, like I did 15 years ago.
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