Hot Looks Using Floating Point in After Effects
Video: Floating point overviewDemonstrates how to use floating point in After Effects to create looks ranging from interesting fades to hot, glowing text.
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Floating point color space allows users to define and keep track of colors darker than black and brighter than white, and it is normally the domain of visual effects compositors. However, floating point can also be used to create graphical looks ranging from more interesting fades to hot, glowing text. In this training, instructors Chris and Trish Meyer demonstrate the techniques in After Effects, but they may also be applied to other programs that support "float."
- Understanding 32-bit floating point color Manipulating exposure settings with the Exposure effect Working with partial transparencies Creating "hot" colors Using the Tool palette
Floating point overview
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