Stereoscopic 3D Motion Graphics with After Effects
In this workshop, Angie Taylor shows how to use Adobe After Effects to create a title sequence in stereoscopic 3D. Along the way, she teaches how stereoscopy works and how After Effects creates the illusion of depth in a moving image. The course also shows how to combine 2D tracking and some basic 3D animation to create a 3D tracking effect, and how to work with effects, transparency, and styles. This workshop covers the complete workflow involved in creating stereo 3D, from setting up a stereo 3D rig, to compositing footage and adjusting settings, to adding finishing touches like depth of field and motion blur.
- Basic concepts of stereoscopic 3D
- Faking 3D tracking
- Adding effects, transparency, and styles
- Compositing stereo 3D footage
- Adjusting depth settings
- Applying finishing touches
- [Voiceover] Hi, my name is Angie Taylor, from AngieTaylor.Co.UK. I'm here to teach how to composite text in with existing Artbeats footage in a 3D environment in after-effects. And also how to create this in stereoscopic 3D. Now, we're going to have a look at the final movie that were are gonna create. We're gonna have a look at in 2D at the moment, and at the end of the session, I'll show you how it looks in 3D. So, let's take a look at the title sequence we're gonna create in this series of tutorials.
(upbeat music) Okay, let's get to work.
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