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Delve into the world of motion graphics, keying, and compositing in After Effects CC. In this course, Ian Robinson lays out six foundations for becoming proficient with After Effects, including concepts such as layers, keyframe animation, and working with 3D. To help you get up and running with the program, the course begins with a project-based chapter on creating an animated graphic bumper. Next, explore the role layers play in compositions and find out how to add style to your projects using effects and graphic elements. Last, see how to build 3D objects with CINEMA 4D Lite, as well as stabilize footage, solve for 3D cameras, and paint in graphics with the Reverse Stabilization feature.
After Effects is a tool typically used in a video pipeline, that covers a wide range of possible workflows. A work horse in the video industry it's used by everyone. From visual effects artists, to motion graphic designers, to video editors. For a visual effects workflow you can stabilize shaky camera footage. And 3D camera solve to match graphics back into a scene. For designers, there are tools for precise type animation, shape tools to create moving graphics, and of course, powerful paintbrush effects, and other effect filters you can use to stylize your footage.
And finally, editors often use After Effects to quickly create animated graphic elements, do pan and scan moves on their still images, fix problematic footage and harness the powerful color correction tools to really add a polished look to finish their films. So no matter your workflow, if you work with video, you should probably check out Adobe After Effects.
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