Join Ian Robinson for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the exercise files, part of After Effects Guru: Animating Typography.
Now if you're our premium subscriber to lynda.com, you have access to the exercise files. If you don't have access to the exercise files, I encourage you to just follow along with your own files. Now let me show you how these files are organized. Once you've downloaded the files, you should have a folder, with the exercise files. I encourage you if you want to move this folder anywhere else to any other drives. Move it as one object, with all the subfolders, staying organized the way they are right now.
If we open exercise files folder you'll notice we have, other folders that are numbered according to the chapters in this course. You will see a folder called Project Elements that contains, elements that, are referenced in these different project files within the folders. If you jump to a specific chapter, like chapter five, notice, you'll have a project file for each video, in the course. So, if you open up any of these files, and it says that its missing any, project element such as a JPEG, or a background, or anything like that, you want to make sure to look in the project elements folder, and you should be able to find, whatever it is you're looking for.
Now there's one last thing I just want to mention. All the elements in this course you are free to use, within learning this course. But of course, I've, given you some of my own personal files that I just appreciate you only use for this course. Please don't use it for, any other paid work or anything else. Else, like I said, just for this course. Thanks.
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- Exploring the emotions of animation
- Choosing type for legibility
- Creating a visual hierarchy
- Working with text animation presets
- Animating cameras
- Creating high-energy animations vs. subtle, smooth animations
- Animating multiple lines of type
Skill Level Intermediate
<span style="color: #222222; font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 13px; background-color: #ffffff;">Q: Where is HyperNURBS in the latest version of CINEMA 4D Lite?</span>
<span style="color: #222222; font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 13px; background-color: #ffffff;">A: In CINEMA 4D Lite R16, released September 2014, they changed HyperNURBS to Subdivision Surface NURBS. The feature is still located in the same place.</span>