Animate cameras After Effects CC


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Animating cameras

When it comes to animating cameras it's all just a question of maintaining perspective. As long as you have a good idea as to what you'd like your animation to look like and a relatively clear view of your scene, animating cameras can be a relatively painless process. In this video we're going to use automatic key framing to speed up the process. But before we can do that we actually need to add a camera into our scene. So let's start by making sure our timeline is active. And then going up to Layer and then choosing New>Camera.

Now for our animations, we're actually going to animate two different kinds of cameras. The first camera that I'd like you to animate is called a One-Node Camera. So, make sure the type of camera is set to One-Node Camera. And then under your Presets, you want to choose the 50 millimeter preset. Now if by chance you've gone in and adjusted any of these preset settings, you can reset the factory defaults just by holding down Opt on a Mac or Alt on ...

Animating cameras
Video duration: 12m 39s 14h 52m Appropriate for all Updated Nov 03, 2014

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Animating cameras provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ian Robinson as part of the After Effects CC Essential Training

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