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Whether you want to fix a problem in post or simply give your video more style, this course will help everyone from motion graphics designers to video editors improve their footage. Rich Harrington uses Adobe Photoshop, After Effects, and even Illustrator to correct problems you'd encounter in real-world projects, like lens distortion, camera shake, noise and grain, and overblown exposure. Plus, you'll learn advanced techniques for speeding up or slowing down your video, rotoscoping footage, and using the numerous creative color and texture effects in Photoshop and After Effects. If your footage has ever needed some extra attention, this course is for you.
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Hi, my name's Rich Harrington and welcome, we're going to be taking a look at repairing and enhancing footage. Now, this is a class for all sorts of folks, whether you think of yourself as a motion graphic designer or a video editor. We're going to be taking a look at ways to improve upon footage and I'm going to share with you several clips from real world projects. Now these clips are going to have a variety of problems. Sometimes it's just aesthetics, something I want to change about the shot to make it look better, or to compensate for something like lense distortion.
Other times it's going to be problems that we didn't catch in the field that we had to fix in post. I have a wide range of tools that we're going to throw at this. I'm going to find myself using Adobe Bridge to keep things organized. And then I'll spend equal time in Photoshop and After Effects to get the job done. In fact, we'll even jump into Adobe Illustrator for a cool special effect, involving vectors. Whether you want to make your footage look better or, just give it a little bit more style. I think you're going to have a lot of fun today with this course. So, thanks for joining me.
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