Join Angie Taylor for an in-depth discussion in this video Basic camera moves, part of Kinetic Typography Techniques with After Effects.
In this movie, we're going to have a look at doing some basic camera moves. …And we're in 02A, it's during the first start composition which you can find in …3D animation AEP. Which is in the 08 3D animation folder, …in the Project Files folder. just to recap on what we've done already. …We took these Illustrator files, and animated there, a page turn effect on them. …And adjusted them, placed them into 3D space. …Got a little bit of work to finish off on just removing them from the shot there, …but we're pretty much there. So what we're going to do now is we're going to …add a camera. So we're going to Layer, New Camera.…
Now in version CS 5.5 you can choose a one node or a two node camera. …I want you to choose a one node camera. If you don't have that option, you're in …an earlier version of After Effects. And what you can do is Select the camera. …And go to Layer, Transform, Auto Orient and just make sure that the Auto Orient …options are off. And that will do the same as creating a …
- Working with audio
- Preparing source files
- Structuring your After Effects project
- Working with shapes and effects
- Optimizing performance
- Animating text
- Creating 3D animation
- Using expressions to create motion
- Rendering your final movie
Skill Level Appropriate for all
After Effects CS6 Essential Trainingwith Ian Robinson8h 41m Beginner
1. Working with Audio
2. Preparing Source Files
3. Structuring Your After Effects Project
4. Working with Shapes
5. Working with Effects
6. Optimizing Performance
7. Animating Text
8. Creating 3D Animation
9. Using Expressions to Create Motion
10. Rendering Your Final Movie
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