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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.
Here's another one of those tips to help you work smarter instead of working harder. A lot of people don't realize that you can set up multiple files to be created from one render process. To show you what I mean, let's select our h+_Encoder composition, and then go up under Composition, and choose Add to Render Queue. When you look in the Render Queue, we have our Best Settings and our Output Module. And if we go to Output To, look to the left, there's a plus button If we go ahead and click this plus button, notice we're still having one Render Setting at Best Settings, but we have two Output Modules. So for the second Output Module, instead of doing an uncompressed Lossless file, let's go ahead and click on this pull-down and choose F4V. Now, watch what happens when I click the Render button. Notice it only rendered once, but if we navigate to the folder, you can see I have my Flash Video file and I have my uncompressed h+_Encoder file. Two files, one render.
Just remember to use the plus button next to your Output Module.
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