Part 1 - Animation and Compositing Basics

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The best way to learn something is by doing it! In this series you'll learn the basics of compositing and animating in Adobe After Effects CS5 by creating a dynamic motion title sequence. This first episode covers animation terminology, the After Effects workspace, commonly used tools and basic motion.
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Part 1 - Animation and Compositing Basics 00:27:36
 
  • After Effects
 
Part 2 - Animation Technique and Keyframe Interpol... 00:26:54
 
  • After Effects
 
Part 3 - Masking and Duplicating Layers 00:23:44
 
  • After Effects
 
Part 4 - Parenting 00:09:36
 
  • After Effects
 
Part 5 - Pre-Comps and Master Compositions 00:23:50
 
  • After Effects
 
Part 6 – Photoshop to After Effects Workflow 00:30:39
 
  • After Effects
 
Part 7 - Final Touches and Rendering 00:31:43
 
  • After Effects
 
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