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After Effects: Principles of Motion Graphics with Ian Robinson covers some of the core principles used to create motion graphics, breaking them down into smaller groups of applied techniques in After Effects. The course explores everything from gathering inspiration to integrating traditional typography, transitional elements, animated textures, color, and more into motion graphics. Instructions for building a toolkit with templates and a style guide for future projects are also included. Exercise files accompany the course.
I just wanted to take a moment to thank you for watching this course and if you want to continue learning more about After Effects, you should definitely check out some of the other titles in the lynda.com Library. Chad Perkins, After Effects CS5 Essential Training title is a great way to buff up all your After Effects skills. Chris and Trish Meyer as well as Mark Christiansen cover some great techniques in their courses as well, but don't hesitate to go back in the library and check out some of the earlier titles, like CS4 as well as CS3.
As you can see, there is a ton of information there and all those tips and tricks definitely translate up in the software. Now if you want to continue to learn more about how to create motion graphics utilizing the power across multiple applications in Creative Suite 5, you should check out my book I co-authored with Richard Harrington: Motion Graphics with Adobe Creative Suite 5 Studio Techniques. So once again I sincerely thank you and I wish you much happiness with your new techniques for creating motion graphics with Adobe After Effects CS5.
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