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In this workshop, Angie Taylor shows how to use Adobe After Effects to create a title sequence in stereoscopic 3D. Along the way, she teaches how stereoscopy works and how After Effects creates the illusion of depth in a moving image. The course also shows how to combine 2D tracking and some basic 3D animation to create a 3D tracking effect, and how to work with effects, transparency, and styles. This workshop covers the complete workflow involved in creating stereo 3D, from setting up a stereo 3D rig, to compositing footage and adjusting settings, to adding finishing touches like depth of field and motion blur.
(audio playing) Hi. My name's Angie Taylor, from angietaylor.co.uk. I'm here to teach how to composite text in with existing Artbeats footage in a 3D environment in After Effects. And also how to create this in Stereoscopic 3D. Now, we're going to have a look at the final movie that we're going to create. We're going to have a look to, in 2D at the moment. And at the end of the session, I'll show you how it looks in 3D.
So let's take a look at the title sequence we're going to create in this series of tutorials. (music playing) Okay, let's get to work.
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