Join Mark Christiansen for an in-depth discussion in this video Incorporate the Info panel, part of After Effects Compositing: 2 Matching Foreground to Background.
…Before we get any further into this course, a quick explanation of my…workspace and how and why I set it up the way I do.…Specifically, I want to give you a provocative idea that floating panels…can be a really good way to set up your workspace.…This is the standard layout under…workspaces you're probably familiar with it.…You're probably also familiar with the fact that there are…all these preset workspaces you can use in After Effects.…You can customize them and save your own.…I like to set standard to my own standard.…
Specifically, I'd like there to be more room for the composition viewer.…So, to do that I want to get rid of all these panels over here.…Some of them are useful, some of them not so much.…Audio, I hardly ever use.…Preview, I only use for one thing which is RAM preview…and for that I use the zero key on my numeric keypad.…Effects and Presets I like to toggle on and…off using the Cmd+5 key because I'm on a Mac.…That would be Ctrl+5 on a Windows.…That leaves the info panel.…This one I hold down my Cmd, or on Windows Ctrl…
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- Matching color in black and white
- Matching levels with proportions
- Desaturating with tint
- Creating depth of field
- Reducing or removing grain
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1. Compositing Is Matching
2. More Complex Compositing
3. Introducing Depth
4. Organize Projects for VFX
5. Befriend Noise and Grain
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