Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 Classroom in a Book includes the lesson files that you' ll need to complete Adob The Adobe Photoshop CS6 Book for Digital. Resources: Video tutorial series: After Effects CS6: New features workshop . and PDF files after you import them into After Effects CS6. Furthermore, with the. After Effects CS6 Video tutorials. Using Pro Import After Effects for projects from other applications Getting started with After Effects CS6.
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After Effects Tutorial — Basic Typography and Motion Graphics by thevfxbro teaches you these skills in the context of a music lyric video. This is a relatively easy lesson, but thevfxbro goes into detail for beginners.
You can create simple motion graphics in Premiere Pro as well, but AE gives you the extra tools you need to take your animation to the next level.
Advanced Electric FX Tutorial by Video Copilot will help you create an incredible electricity effect that is dynamic and looks realistic thanks to the built in features of the Advanced Lightning effect preset in After Effects. This video editing tutorial goes to show that the presets can be very powerful and customizable. You can also use After Effects to animate a cartoon. The main points of setup are to make a drawing with different parts on different layers, and to prepare a number of mouths to use.
If you are interested in animating this is a great place to start before seeking out other tutorials for After Effects. This is done by separating layers of a 2D image, and moving them independently of one another. This is a simple explanation. But these tutorials for After Effects will explain in more detail just how to parallax effect can make a static image really pop!
This tutorial by Maxwell Ridgeway covers over 25 minutes of techniques for creating beautiful flat animated titles to track over your videos. These advanced call out titles can be a nice, clean addition to informational videos, business presentations , and more.
In it you will learn how to make a ghostly copy of yourself fly out of your body. The way that Kriscoart uses solids, masks, and adjustment layers to bring attention to certain aspects of an otherwise flat video clip is really inspiring. If you currently use a different color grader, try using After Effects once. Rise From the Dead Have you ever wanted to burst from the ground and rise from the dead?
Well, with a green screen and an animated preset of a ground burst, you can pretty easily rise from the dead.
Rise From the Dead — Adobe After Effects Tutorial by Surfaced Studio shows how to use this specific effect along with the proper tracking and adjustments to make sure it fits in with your shot. The most valuable lessons from this video have to do with compositing the ground burst and green-screened arm together.
The effect seems easy until you realize that the arm has to be in the middle of the rubble. Surfaced Studios goes in-depth on how to define which pieces of rubble are close or far. Create a MoGraph Urban Jungle In this tutorial Naim Alwan ventures outside of After Effects for a little bit of 3D Matchmoving to create this stunning Urban Jungle effect where vector graphics are perfectly tracked to some city footage.
Animated Swirls in Adobe After Effects Animated swirls are all the rage in the motion graphics world, and there are some pretty cool things that can be done with them. But creating and animating such elements is really not as difficult and time-consuming as it would seem, even if the shapes are detailed and intricate. Bring on the swirls! One of favorite is the ability to control the 3D motion and position of text characters.
When combined with simple camera moves, depth of field, and some real-world studio tricks we use every day, the results can be—literally—powerful. Create a Photo Montage with After Effects Lots of programs and plug-ins create cool photo montages easily and quickly—handy for such things as photo DVDs and slideshows.
A few tricks and techniques in After Effects will have you up and running in no time at all. Our camera will pan with the actor as he runs, jumps, disappears, and reappears. The actual disappearance also includes a dynamic dissolve and warp effect. And the best part is, no third party plug-ins are required. In this tutorial artist will show you all how to make turn a plain dolly shot into a dynamic room with light rays and a sky replacement.
In this tutorial artist will show some Time Remapping, Distortion, and Color Correction tips that could even save you from running into yourself in an old building… The Dancing Can In John Dickinson did a series of roadshows for Adobe where he presented a neat little animation of a dancing can.
In this series of tutorials he will walk you step-by-step through various After Effects techniques for creating this spot. This section deals with Puppet Pin tool basics and how to use the cool motion sketch feature to animate to music.
In this tutorial Adam uses CC Smear as the basis to create text that appears in as if a spirit whisped into it. Bitweiser Light Problems with overerexposed footage? Need to work in 32bpc for nice depth of field and motion blur? Now you can!
Convert your footage from 8bpc to 32bpc with new free plugin. Youveelizer UV mapping finally available in After Effects. Check out this amazing tutorial to learn how to integrate your 3D artwork with After Effects to improve your workflow, save time and money.
First how to take a shot of a mansion and give it an intense and scary look through sky replacement and colour correction. Second we will take a shot of a stone gargoyle face and create a subtle yet creepy effect in which it frowns evilly at an oncoming victim.
Be afraid…be very afraid.