Discover practical ways to leverage Adobe Character Animator throughout the production process—from pre-production to post-production and delivery.
- Hi, I'm Mark Simon, and welcome to Using Character Animator in Production. (funky music) Character Animator is an incredible software for realtime animation. It's constantly being updated and gets stronger with every release. And while it's great for both live and fast recording of animation, it may not be the perfect solution for every animation project. We'll cover the various elements that make it great for animation and some incredible ways to take advantage of the software.
This course will cover using the software from the start of a project through pre-production and production and into post and delivery. We'll cover solutions to production problems you're likely to run into and offer you some great production tricks. We'll also share tips on working in various styles of animation from claymation to using photos of people and objects to 2D art and 3D computer-generated characters. So, let's get started and make some animation. (funky music)
- Creating a list of production needs
- How the varied styles of animation impact production
- Creating usable digital puppets
- Working with drawn characters, objects, and CG characters
- Adding value to the look of your production
- Exploring various audio recording options
- Organizing files for production, backup, and transport
- Using animation cycles
- Building and editing a scene
- Troubleshooting issues
- Tricks for enhancing your production
- Post-production and delivery
Skill Level Beginner
After Effects Guru: Character Animatorwith Ian Robinson2h 19m Intermediate
2. Puppet Production Issues
3. Add Production Value
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