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What's New in After Effects CC - NAB 2014
Show: Adobe at NAB 2014
Join After Effects product manager Steve Forde for a sneak peek to see the new features coming soon to After Effects. Along with the new Live Text Template and Masking and Tracking integration with Premiere Pro, After Effects artists will love the new keying effects for getting better results from compressed or badly-shot blue or green screen footage with the new Key Cleaner effect, especially in conjunction with the new Spill Suppressor effect for controlling color spills. In addition, the After Effects CC update includes Kuler integration, so users can capture colors on their iPhone or in their browser and save them as color swatch themes, to use in motion graphics compositions, or as references for VFX work. Typekit integration provides access to over 700 fonts in the Adobe Typekit library, and the improved Media Browser makes it easy to navigate, including complex media types, such as P2 and XDCAM material.
Kappa Studios and Annoying Orange
Kappa Studios switches from Avid to an all Adobe workflow for the production of Cartoon Network's new hit show Annoying Orange. This animated series originated online and when viewership broke a billion views it was time to take the production to broadcast. With the demand for extremely quick turn around Kappa Studios knew only Adobe video tools could meet their needs for complicated animation and accelerated post workflows to make the production a success.
What is After Effects?
Show: Learn After Effects CS6
Discover the power of this industry-standard video-compositing, motion-graphics-design and animation tool. Learn how it integrates with the Creative Suite, see how it is used in television and film to create special effects, how to composite scenes with blue/green screen keying, and complete creative tasks like drawing, 3D, and titles.
Premier Pro CS5 Green Screen Ultra Key
Show: Creative Sweet TV
Get a glimpse behind the scenes of Creative Sweet TV. Using Premier Pro to do a really quick and really effective green screen key. Using native AVCHD footage and very basic fold out screen. The entire episode created with Premiere Pro CS5.
DSLR Workflow in Premiere Pro CS5 - Keying, Time Remapping & Stills
In this short video, Jason Levine will show you how to use the new Ultra Keyer in Premiere Pro CS5 to pull quick keys from your footage, even with unevenly lit green screen. Once again, the 'key' here (ha ha) is the fact that Jason is running this process without rendering, leveraging the Mercury Playback Engine solely in software mode.