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Adding and adjusting keyframes
Keyframes are the primary mechanism for creating animation in After Effects. Discover how to add, copy, paste, and edit keyframes in After Effects, as well as add motion blur and work with parenting. Excerpted from: After Effects CC Essential Training
How to Control Motion Blur in After Effects
Motion blur is something that occurs naturally in photography but there are many ways that we can create realistic motion blur in After Effects too. Colin will show you the settings and options to help you control motion blur on animations, graphics and even on videos that don’t contain any movement at all. He will also demonstrate how to add motion blur to the many animation presets that ship with After Effects.
Creating Synthetic Backgrounds in Photoshop
Many moons ago, Adobe incorporated Aldus Filter Gallery into Photoshop. Colin will show you how these filters may be ready for a rebirth by showing how to combine them with the power of Smart Objects to create new and exciting patterns and backgrounds that can be experiment with and updated dynamically.