Using multiple views


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Using multiple views

As you begin to animate the After Effects camera, it's important to know how to navigate through the views and the user interface to properly frame things. I've opened up the two pieces we worked with, and I've brought in another new project, just to help illustrate a few points. Now normally, you only have a single view, and remember, the comma key pulls it out, and the period key zooms in. This makes it easier to see what you're doing. I am going to go ahead and animate this camera here and just make sure that everything is set up correctly.

Check my composition settings for size, as well as the total duration for the clip itself. Now, in this case, I've got these clouds, and I want to play with their position. I am going to push them backwards. So it's quite a large layer. But what I want to do is actually rotate those in space. Let's start by framing the camera here. You see that I'm not seeing enough of the view. So, with the transform controls, the camera, I a...

Using multiple views
Video duration: 7m 11s 1h 30m Intermediate

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Using multiple views provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Richard Harrington as part of the Motion Control 3D: Bringing Your Photos to Life in Three Dimensions with After Effects and Photoshop CS6

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Video
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After Effects Photoshop
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