Adobe after Effects is a powerful application used to create motion graphics and visual effects for film and video. After Effects is used in a variety of contexts, including broadcast graphics, music videos, feature films, video rot scoping, corporate presentations, and conferences.
In this course, you'll study with a leading animator and learn how to use After Effects to create sophisticated motion graphics—using text and object animations, compositing videos and images, and adding audio and effects. You'll learn how to set key frames on a timeline and work with transform properties, motion paths, masks, and effects, developing a solid foundation in this increasingly popular and versatile program.
Module 2: Introducing animation
Module 3: Animation techniques
Module 4: Layer control
Module 5: Effects overview
Module 6: Working with transparency
Module 7: Type and type animation
Module 8: Parenting and nesting
Module 9: Using the Roto Brush to Create Mattes and Extract Objects
Describe what Adobe after Effects is and what it can potentially do for your video creations
Demonstrate working with text, shape layers, and basic animation.
Demonstrate working with masks.
Demonstrate animating layers
Demonstrate using the Puppet Tools.
Demonstrate using the roto brush to create mattes and extract objects.
Demonstrate working in 3D.
creation and editing techniques
Autodesk 3ds max