After Effects CC: Become a Motion Graphics Designer
Indian : Rs.2838 International : $44
Motion graphics are an essential part of video creation and editing. This ’Become a Motion Graphics Designer Using After Effects’ tutorial will help at every step of the way, without leaving you drowning in details.
In this Become a Motion Graphics Designer Using After Effects® course, expert instructor Daniel Scott will take you one manageable step at a time through motion graphics in a series of small practical projects that come together to unlock Adobe® After Effects CC, animation, and infographics.
With nearly 5 hours of high-quality training content, you’ll discover how to create beautiful motion graphics, fix shaky video footage, add 3D type, render video for YouTube™, and so much more!
Learn the principles and the specifics of producing content, in a way that you’ll understand and remember. By the time you’ve completed this course, you will have a complete foundation that you can build on for years to come.
Introduction to Motion Graphics
Live Chat forums
Relinking missing footage
Projects vs. Compositions
What’s the right composition settings?
Changing the length of your composition
Matching composition to video size
Create type animation in After Effects
Easing your animation
Blurring your text while it moves
How to render or export your After Effects animation
My computer isn’t good enough & I keep getting lost
My computer isn’t good enough – help
Empty your disk cache to clear hard drive space
I’ve lost my timeline in After Effects
Title overlays, lower thirds & watermarks
Lower thirds type animation
Creating a watermark in After Effects
Rules of motion graphics – anticipation
Custom easing using the graph editor in After Effects
Adding audio & music to your video
Inspiration for you motion graphics
Fixing/Cleaning up your video
Trimming the length of a video
Color correction, exposure & adjustment layers
Creating a vignette in After Effects
Fixing shaky footage with warp stabilizer
Camera tracking + Time Remapping
Add text to live action video
Matrix effect using time remapping
Text to follow live action
Working with Illustrator® in After Effects
Looping your animation
Grouping is called a pre-comp
How to make a motion path
Masking & green screen
Green screen Keying
Object & mask animate separately – Track Mattes
Rotoscoping & faking depth of field
Rotobrush – putting type behind video objects
Animated infographic line chart
Pie chart infographic in After Effects
Using cameras in After Effects
Animating a screen capture or screencast
Animated static images
Animating static images using parallax
Add fake lights with CC Light Rays
Creating dust particles in After Effects
Swinging text in After Effects
Character animation using the Puppet pin tool
Effects & presets
Spinning globe & star effects
Making your video file size really small
Put all your files in one place – collect files
Motion Graphic Cheat Sheet for After Effects
4 hrs 50 min
Daniel Scott is an expert designer and teacher. He is an Adobe® Certified Instructor for Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Flash, Dreamweaver, Premiere Pro and After Effects. He prides himself on delivering the best service to his clients and making sure all his students learn to their fullest potential. He is currently the lead trainer at Bring Your Own Laptop Training Center in New Zealand.
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