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  • After Effects CS6 (Review)

    After Effects CS6 (Review)

    August 17, 2012, 3:00 pm
    For those new to After Effects, you’ll find the basics fairly easy to step right into. The interface is sort of a combination of Premiere and Photoshop. Your composition serves as your time line, made up of stack-able layers, which you can manipulate with key-frames. It's not rocket science... until you start playing around with some of the more advanced features. The layout in CS6 is relatively unchanged, so users of older versions will not have a learning curve.

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