Join Chris Meyer for an in-depth discussion in this video Multi-touch gestures, part of After Effects CC 2015 New Features.
- Adobe has been putting an emphasis…on making After Effects easier to use…on touch screen devices such as this…Microsoft Surface Pro 3.…For example, I'm currently in the small screen…user interface, which is supposed to be easier…for touch devices, and you see, it's much easier…for me to hit these individual panel names…and switch between them.…They've also added some touch scroll and zoom gestures.…For example, I can use a two finger pinch…to zoom in, or zoom out on this piece of footage.…I can also use two fingers to pan it around…inside this composition panel.…
So I can zoom in and pan around…to just the area that I want to focus on.…These zoom gestures also work in the Timeline Panel.…I can use two fingers to zoom in and zoom out,…and also two fingers and drag to scroll along…to different points in the Timeline.…These touch gestures work on such screen device…such as the surface.…They also work on track pads on devices…that support multi-touch gestures.…
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- Preview options
- Editing a project without stopping preview playback
- Navigating the CC Libraries workflows
- Moving animations from Adobe Character Animator to After Effects
- Using expressions to dynamically measure facial dimensions
- Setting up layers in CINEWARE and CINEMA 4D Lite
Skill Level Appropriate for all
Q: This course was updated on 12/01/2015. What changed?
A: We added 11 movies covering the fall 2015 updates to After Effects CC (v13.6), including the new start screen, preview updates, Creative Cloud Libraries import, new effects, and multitouch gestures.