Вход в свой аккаунт

Или войдите через соц. сети

Video2Brain - Adobe After Effects CS6: Learn by Video [repost]

Video2Brain - Adobe After Effects CS6: Learn by Video
MP4+Project Files | AVC 218kbps | English | 1280x720 | 25fps | 10 hours | AAC mono 128kbps | 3.59 GB
Genre: Video Training

Adobe After Effects is an incredibly deep and rich set of tools for creating motion graphics, manipulating movies, adding visual effects, and more. In this Learn by Video course, created in partnership with our friends at Peachpit Press, experts Todd Kopriva and Angie Taylor teach you how to make the most of this powerful software, including the new features in After Effects CS6. After getting an overview of the workflow and the user interface, you will learn how to bring assets into After Effects and configure the software for optimum performance. You’ll also learn a range of compositing features, including the new variable-width masks and 3D camera tracker features, as well as basic masking and color keying. Tips on everything from troubleshooting and avoiding common problems to creating finished movie files round out this comprehensive training.

Introducing After Effects CS6

What Is Adobe After Effects and Where Does It Come From?
Course Introduction
What's New in After Effects CS6
Don't Worry, It's Only a Dialog Box
Basic Workflow and Terminology Overview

Interface Tour
The Project Panel and Flowchart Panel
The Composition Panel and the Layer Panel
The Timeline Panel
The Preview Panel
The Effects & Presets Panel, Bridge, and the Effect Controls Panel
Colors, Channels, and Color Bit Depth
Modifying Preferences and Keyboard Shortcuts
Configuring the User Interface

Creating Compositions and Layers

Creating Compositions and Changing Composition Settings
Creating Text with the Character Panel
Controlling Blocks of Text with the Paragraph Panel
Creating Shape Layers
Working with Solids

Importing Footage

Importing Movies
Importing Still Images and Image Sequences
Importing Photoshop and Illustrator Files
Importing Projects

Interpreting and Managing Footage

Interpreting Footage Manually and Automatically
Fields and Interlacing
Pixel Aspect Ratios
Trimming Footage and Layers

Animation Basics

Animating Transform Properties
Working with Motion Paths
Using Motion Sketch to Record Motion

Fine-Tuning Animation

Working in the Layer Panel
Anchor Point Animation
Keyframe Types
Keyframe Assistants
The Graph Editor

Animating Text Layers

Importing Photoshop Text
Applying Animators
Combining Animators
Animation Presets

Fun with Shape Layers

Ways to Create Shapes
Shape Layers for Text Effects

Basic Compositing

Blending Layers with Blending Modes
Alpha Channels and Transparency
Isolating a Subject with a Mask
Color Keying
Motion Tracking and Rotoscoping
The 3D Camera Tracker


Understanding Effect Categories
Animating Effect Properties
Using Compound Effects
"Fixer" Effects
Layer Styles
Effect Presets
Adjustment Layers (Force Motion Blur)


Frame Rates
Time Stretching and Time Remapping
Slowing Motion, Freezing a Frame, and Reversing Time

Grouping and Linking

Using Nulls

Introduction to 3D

Working with 3D Layers
Axis Modes
Bending Layers
Extruding Shapes
Material Options (Environment Layers)
Depth of Field
Environment Layers

Memory and Performance

Setting Up After Effects for Optimum Performance with 64-Bit Systems
RAM and Disk Caching
Render Order and Collapsing Transformations
Standard Render Order and the Transform Effect
Collapsing Transformations

Output Options

Rendering and Exporting with the Render Queue
Exporting with the Adobe Media Encoder
Collecting Files

Project Explorations and Recap

Preparing Cinema 4D Projects for After Effects
Compositing C4D Multipass Renders in After Effects
Using a Simple Effect and Duplicate Layers for Creative Results
Using Basic Color Correction and Light Wrap for Compositing
Closing Thoughts

No mirrors please