Animation In After Effects (Full Version)
- 4.5 hours on-demand video
- 14 downloadable resources
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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- Create and animate 2D text
- Create and animate 3D text
- Add special effects to video
- Create and animate original lower thirds
- Create credits for film, television or web video
- Turn a video into a cartoon
- Create 2D original animations
- Create 3D original animations
- How to record a cartoon character voice
- Animate a cartoon character
- Lip-sync a cartoon character
- Create and animate masks
- Create custom special effects and motion graphics
- Add lights and cameras inside After Effects
- Use masks to create animate and create unique effects
- Color correct video footage
- Integrate Photoshop, Illustrator and Cinema 4D files into After Effects
- Intelacing After Effects projects for television and video on demand
- Rendering for web or mobile devices
- Download After Effects CC (Full Version or Free Trial)
In this Adobe After Effects CC course, you will learn a variety of 2D and 3D animation techniques, from lip-syncing cartoon characters to lighting 3D scenes. You will also learn how to create unique special effects for video and custom motion graphics. This course includes several practice files so that you can follow along with the instructor.
This is the ideal online class if you want to learn how to rig and animate a cartoon character. You will even learn how to record a character voice! You will also learn the basics of 3D animation using Cinema 4D Lite. “Animation In After Effects (Full Version)” provides you with the foundation to create your own original animation.
In addition to 2D and 3D animation techniques, this online class will teach you how to create credits, animate lower thirds, color correct video footage and create original special effects. You will also learn how to use and customize the preset animation and effects in After Effects to save you time. Other topics include how to turn a video into a cartoon and tips for animating text.
You will also learn how to render an After Effects project for mobile devices (including the iPad and Android) the web, DVD, and Blu-ray disc. This course also teaches you how to interlace, an important step for preparing your After Effects project for video on demand so that you can submit it to Netflix, iTunes, Hulu and other outlets.
If you're interested in learning After Effects to make your own cartoon, enhance your film project, start your career in motion graphics, create a unique video to promote your business or spice up your YouTube page, this class can help you realize your creative goals.
- Filmmakers, photographers, designers, cartoonists and visual artists who want to learn animation and motion graphics
Welcome to “Animation In After Effects (Full Version).” Take a moment to learn the After Effects interface along with an extremely important mistake to avoid.
You will learn to create, customize and animated lower thirds for television or web videos. You can make your projects look as professional as a show broadcast on national TV. Download the attached video and Photoshop file to follow along with the instructor.
Learn how to prepare a mask for export properly inside of Adobe Illustrator so you can use it in After Effects. Download the attached video and download Adobe Illustrator CC to follow along with the instructor. The link for a free trial download is included below.
This video features tips for creating custom masks using solid objects in After Effects. If you’re interested in making cartoons, you can pick up some helpful tips in this video.
Learn how to properly import an animated PNG sequence into After Effects. Learn how to control time-related attributes of PNGs including how to reverse animations. Due to file-size limitations, it wasn’t possible to upload the PNG featured in the video. However, you may download the attached PNG sequence as an alternative to follow along with the instructor.
Learn how to rig basic a character for animation. In this example, the instructor uses a cartoon of a worm. Download the Illustrator file attached. Please also download the After Effects Script Duik to follow along. The instructions and link are below.
Learn how to rig the arms, legs and head of a cartoon character. In this example, the instructor uses a cartoon of a monkey. Download the Illustrator file attached. Please also download the After Effects Script Duik to follow along. The instructions and link included with the previous lesson: "How to rig a simple cartoon character for animation"
Learn how to import 3D files into After Effects using Photoshop. Learn how to apply materials to change the color and texture of 3D objects and how to animate them inside of After Effects. Download Photoshop using the link below and also download the 3D file attached to follow along with the instructor.
Learn important tips for rendering film, TV, video on demand and web video projects using the After Effects internal render options. Also learn about how to interlace video. This is especially important for video on demand projects. To follow along, you can use the After Effects project of your choice.
Learn how to load After Effects projects into Adobe Media Encoder. Learn important tips for rendering film, TV, video on demand, mobile devices and web video projects using Adobe Media Encoder. Also learn about how to interlace video. This is especially important for video on demand projects. To follow along, you can use the After Effects project of your choice.