Explore the tools in After Effects that help with the animation "between" the animation: Keyframe Assistant, the Wiggler, expressions, and third-party assistants like Layer Monkey, MotionMonkey, and Ease and Wizz.
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Integrate Photoshop into your everyday video and animation workflows to save time, correct common video issues, and generate custom textures.
Delve into the world of motion graphics, keying, and compositing in After Effects CC.
Learn how to optimize Photoshop images for animation in After Effects, and correct issues with Photoshop's video editing features.
Learn how to animate type using different methods in After Effects, from animation presets to animated cameras, and pick movement that matches the meaning of the words on screen.
Learn how to animate vector graphics from Photoshop and Illustrator with After Effects.
Create animated 3D type with a cracked and smoking look, using CINEMA 4D and After Effects.
Create exciting and complex camera movements with the combined power of After Effects, CINEMA 4D, and C4D Lite.
Model and animate a stylized 3D flower that grows and blooms over time, using the combined power of CINEMA 4D and Adobe After Effects.
Combine the powers of Photoshop, After Effects, and Illustrator to make polished logo animations for yourself and your clients.
Create a product endpage for a commercial that combines live-action footage and 3D animation in After Effects and CINEMA 4D, in our latest motion graphics course.
Learn how to create 3D models in the CINEMA 4D Lite plugin offered with After Effects CC, in the first installment of After Effects Guru.
Shows how to create a bumper graphic and an identity spot that are animated to music, and transition the tools and techniques to your own projects.
Learn to add motion graphics and color effects to your footage, and retime the results.
Shares the core principles used to create motion graphics, broken down into smaller groups of applied techniques in After Effects.
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