Defining After Effects color settings


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Defining After Effects color settings

For compositing and image manipulation in this project we will be using Adobe After Effects. Our course there are a lot of programs we could choose, for example, we could use Nuke or Photoshop, and you maybe wondering since this is a still image why I'm not using Photoshop. It's because Photoshop doesn't really handle 32 bit color properly. It's got some issues, especially when you try to down convert from 32 bit to 8 bit. It actually changes the colors in that process.

And that's very frustrating, especially if you worked very hard to get the colors just right, and then at the very last stage when you try to convert the color space it alters all the colors, and that's very problematic. So, I don't recommend using Photoshop if you're dealing with a 32 bit color space like our EXR files. However, After Effects deals with 32-bit just right, and so it's perfect for our needs here. Additionally, if you did have an animated sequence, like a turntable rendering of your prod...

Defining After Effects color settings
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Defining After Effects color settings provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Aaron F. Ross as part of the Creating Product Shots in 3ds Max

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3D + Animation CAD
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3ds Max
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