Posts Tagged ‘Adobe After Effects’
After Effects CS6 introduces a powerful 3D camera tracker. In this video tutorial you’ll see it in action and learn how to use it in your own AE projects.
In this post, we jump into the speed controls in Adobe After Effects. Learn how to give your AE projects cool speed ramps, freeze frames and slow motion effects.
Harness Adobe Media Encoder’s background encoding feature to speed up your post-production workflow! In this post, we’ll discuss how to get your Premiere and After Effects projects into Encoder, as well as how to setup watch folders. A must read for Adobe users.
Avoid having to re-shoot! In these video tutorials you’ll discover how to clean up your footage in post, removing pesky dirt and dust that may have been on your lens while shooting.
Use Adobe’s Dynamic Link to create cool text effects in After Effects and QUICKLY bring them into your Premiere Pro video editing projects. Text presets make it easy to create unique text effects.
Save yourself time in post-production by integrating your After Effects projects into Premiere Pro with Adobe’s Dynamic Link. Now when you make changes to your After Effects projects they’ll immediately show up in Premiere!
Control your camera rotation in After Effects and Cinema 4D by defining a focus point. This quick video tutorial shows you how.
Avoid 5 of the more common “gotchas” in Adobe After Effects! Check out these 5 tips and tricks to make you faster and more efficient in After Effects.
We’ve rounded up a few of the latest developments surrounding the highly anticipated Blackmagic Cinema Camera. Download test footage, discover a Cinema Camera post workflow and check out the new camera forum.
Here’s 10 FREE apps & plugins that you’ll want to have in your post production toolkit! From cool video editing transitions to a killer time management app, these FREE tools will make a better editor.
See the awesome Microsoft Excel stop motion video that’s gone viral! Check out the video and learn how this cool stop motion effect was created.
Make your photos come alive by ‘transforming’ your 2D images to 3D using Adobe Photoshop and After Effects or Apple Motion.