Join Angie Taylor for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating proxies, part of Kinetic Typography Techniques with After Effects.
In this movie, we're going to have a look at, what I consider to be quite an …underused feature of After Effects that I use quite a lot to speed up my workflow. …And it's called Proxies, so working with Proxies. …And we're going to start by opening performance AEP, which you can find in O6 …performance folder. Which is in the project files folder. …And we're on zero, zero main setups start. …Now, in here this is my main composition which consists of all the layers that I'm …animating on, divided into these little nested compositions here.…
And there are lots of reasons that I use nested compositions a lot, but one of …them is that I like to as I'm moving through my project, once I finish working …on a specific piece, I convert it to proxy to speed up rendering. …I'm going to show you how I do that. Now, if you have a look down this …composition, you'll see that most of the areas have been made into nested …compositions, but I've been working on some other additional background layers here. …
- 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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