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December 7, 2012, 7:46 am
I just spent some time going through all of the feature requests that we’ve received over the past year. This post consists of two parts: first, some notes about the feature requests from last year that we were able to incorporate into After Effects CS6 (including in some recent updates); second, a list of the top feature requests for this year, with some notes about each.
December 6, 2012, 3:06 pm
AE Basics - A Creative COW series for new users of Adobe After Effects. Lesson 59: In this tutorial looking at getting your production out of After Effects, Andrew Devis starts to show how to use the newly redesigned for CS6 Media Encoder for final output options.
December 4, 2012, 1:24 pm
Boston, MA – December 4, 2012 – Noise Industries, developer of visual effects tools for the post-production and broadcast markets, introduces SUGARfx Movie Credits for Apple® Final Cut Pro®, Motion, Adobe® After Effects and Premiere® Pro.
December 4, 2012, 8:12 am
Want to learn how to color correct your videos for both practical and stylistic reasons? In this episode of "Bammo Basics," Ryan shows you the beginner’s tips and tricks so you can start color correcting your videos.
December 2, 2012, 11:50 am
This December we have something really special for you: On each Sunday in Advent we will publish a free iExpressions update that will add some more expressions to your library. Today we start with some Counter iExpressions that are added to the Source Text Bundle.
November 30, 2012, 7:20 am
There are a variety of ways to get a sunburst effect or radial rays in After Effects, and methods in Illustrator and Photoshop are sometimes similar. Here are some resources on making them.
November 29, 2012, 8:25 am
In this first of four tutorials on the 'Card Wipe' effect, Andrew Devis shows how to set up a composition with multiple images to use in the effect. Andrew touches on how to replace one item with another item while inheriting the changes of the original item.
November 29, 2012, 8:23 am
In this second of four tutorials on the 'Card Wipe' effect, Andrew Devis goes through many of the parameters for the effect showing how to customise the effect for your own use. Andrew also touches on using gradients in your comp to drive the effect.
The filmmakeru.com team explores the history of color in film in our series Birth of an Art. From coloring in single frames ...
Gordon sits down with Ivan Victor to discuss his work editing 68 Whiskey.
Gordon sits down to discuss the VFX of The Lion King with VFX supervisor Rob Legato
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