Learn After Effects for eLearning
- Must have Adobe After Effects
- Must be somewhat tech savvy
This course is specifically designed for trainers, teachers, instructional designers, or educators who wants to learn After Effects but find the challenge too daunting. This course will help you create clean and professional looking videos without having to hand keyframe all the objects or hand draw graphics. We will focus on leverage many of the resources available to develop the video rather than trying to do create things from scratch. In this course you will be able to do the following:
Create a composition
Utilize often-used tools
Apply helpful plugins for faster development
Analyze a script to determine design
Leverage resources for better design
Render and encode the video for final output
This is a beginner course and is geared towards professionals who are in education or in the learning and development industry. Knowing After Effects can greatly increase your marketability. After Effects can be very intimidating at first glance. However, in this course will go over just the most often used features to build your videos. We will also take advantage of a very useful plugin to speed up the process even more.
In completing this course, you will have a full eLearning video sample that you can add to your portfolio.
Note: This course is not for those who want to learn how to animate characters or cartoons. This is primarily for eLearning and training.
Who this course is for:
- Instructional designer who want to expand their development skills
- Teachers who want to enhance their video creation skills
- Trainers who want to enhance their training videos
- Anyone who wants to create professional looking videos without hand animating all the keyframes
I was a former classroom K12 teacher and quickly learned it wasn't the profession for me. I got my graduate degree in hopes to move up to the college setting until I found out about Instructional Design.
I know there are many teachers out there who want a new career but feel that their skills don't translate over. The role of instructional design has many of the skillsets that teachers have.
My goal is to give teachers the skillsets needed to break into the ID field.