Posts Tagged ‘animation’
Unleash the power of Cinema 4D in your After Effects projects! In this tutorial we walk you through the basics of the AE to C4D workflow, including prepping your footage by stabilizing and tracking.
Create hand drawn text in Adobe After Effects without any 3rd party plugins or filters! Learn how to create a write-on stop motion text effect in this AE video tutorial.
Add realism to your Cinema 4D projects by using lifelike textures and materials! In this post we’ve rounded up the very best FREE CInema 4D textures!
Creating a Ken Burns effect in Final Cut Pro X is simple! Using the built-in Ken Burns effect you can automate keyframes, applying quick animations to your photos and video clips.
Speed up the process of creating graphs in After Effects. This FREE plugin will let you create a dynamic, animated bar graph fast!
How do you maintain your creativity and focus when working on a long-term project? Take your cues from the folks at Pixar – in this post we share some of their secrets in successfully creating major film projects.
Understanding animation curves in After Effects is key to creating organic motion. In this video tutorial you’ll learn how to modify curves in AE for smooth, realistic animations.
Explore the different types of keyframes in Adobe Premiere Pro! In this post, we show you how to modify spatial and temporal keyframes – making your animations look more seamless and professional!
Snag some FREE animations for After Effects! These cool animation elements can add pizazz to any video editing or motion design project.
Create dynamic animations in Autodesk Smoke! In this post, we show you what you need to know about keyframing media with the Channel Editor in Autodesk Smoke.
Get schooled on animation in Adobe Premiere Pro. In this post we show you all the basics of animation, including adding keyframes, moving bezier handles and modifying interpolation.
Learn how to create the zoom and pan effect made popular by documentary filmmaker Ken Burns. Using this effect makes plain and static subjects come to life with simple zooms and movement.