Join Ian Robinson for an in-depth discussion in this video Synchronizing colors across the Adobe Creative Suite, part of After Effects Guru: Animating Logos.
Since so many logos were created with print…in mind, it makes sense that we want to…actually pay attention to the different color spaces…of the different logos that we'll be working with.…Most of the time, you'll receive logos and see 'em like K-color space.…Now, converting from CMYK to RGB is a relatively simple process.…But before we even jump into that, you want to…make sure to synchronize all of the different applications across…your Adobe Creative Suite.…And to do that, we're going to start in Adobe Bridge.…
Once you have Bridge open on your system, you want to go up under the Edit menu.…Under Edit, down at the bottom, you…have an option for Creative Suite Color Settings.…Go ahead and choose those color settings, and there…are a couple different settings that I'd recommend you use.…The first one is Monitor Color.…Now, if you're working primarily in…a video workflow and you have a color-calibrated monitor,…this is the setting that I'd like you to use.…Now if you bounce back and forth between screen and print workflows,…
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- Optimizing bitmap and vector logos
- Repeating animation with the Keyframe Assistant
- Animating with colors
- Animating type logos
- Building and saving transitional elements
- Rendering your animation