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In this course, veteran author and animator Chad Perkins explores Trapcode Particular, an industry-standard third-party Adobe After Effects plugin for generating particle effects. After exploring the menu structure, basic operations, and some key tips and tricks, the course tackles a series of short projects that represent the kinds of design and animation tasks that motion graphics or VFX artists can create, such as camera flashes, smoke, sparks, or even a flock of birds.
Folks, that is the end of Particular Essential Training on behalf of lynda.com. I want to thank you so much for watching. This has been an especially fun training series to produce and create for you. So I hope you got a lot out of it. And another thing you might want to check out is on the Red Giant software website, that's redgiantsoftware.com, they have this thing called RGTV, it's Red Giant TV and there are tons of great free tips and tricks and tutorials on advanced features and also just great little tricks here and there for Trapcode Particular as well as all of the Red Giant products.
So it's a great resource. And also if you click here, Red Giant people, that's another website where you can connect to other Red Giant users, and you can also get a bunch of other presets for Trapcode Particular from gurus and other people that really know what they are doing, and they have a lot of those presets for free. They also have some gurus that sell their presets and you could buy those here. So another great resource for Particular. Again, my name is Chad Perkins, thank you so much for watching!
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