Take your videos to the next level with engaging motion graphics and cinematic visual effects. With After Effects, you and your students will discover bold new ways to put ideas into motion.
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After Effects . . . unleashed! A useful reference to +40 of the most essential keyboard shortcuts in AE. Enjoy.
Hello All, I am Ishita Jain, an architect, currently teaching at a university. I am proposing a Speculative Architecture Studio, where the students are required to build narratives of their contexts and we would like for them to learn After Effects as a tools. While I am scouting around Ahmedabad, Gujarat for professionals who can come down and teach, the search isn't yielding some great results so far. Can anyone suggest an online platform where some collaborations can be made?
What topics should be covered while teaching After Effects CC?
30 keyboard shortcuts that will save you a ton of time and make animating easier with After Effects (one page .doc handout)
With the 2015.3 update of the Adobe Creative Cloud came a lot of great things. After Effects has an improved workflow with Cinema4D. It's now so easy to export to Cinema4D, do your 3D magic, and get it back again in After Effects without rendering!
I've been asked by a fellow awesome educator (Dan Armstrong) to make a in-depth tutorial for the Caped Movietrailer competition in Idaho. This is a huge competition where high school students from that USA state can make their very own original movie trailer in order to win great prizes for themselves and their school. In order to set them up I've made a 45 minute tutorial with several chapters about Premiere Pro and After Effects. It contains topics from ingesting footage in Premiere Pro until the final export in the Media Encoder. The tutorial has been made for the competition, but could be a valuable resource for other students as wel.
Hello All! Below is a link to a playlist i have gathered from across a variety of the best motion typography tutorial videos on YouTube. The playlists is arranged in a sequential order based on the level of difficulty. I have also attached two student examples from my Year 9 group. The project is to bring visual value to an existing or original piece of music using motion typography & graphics techniques. All work is produced on Adobe After Effects. These playlists serve as a great reference for my Year 9 and 10 students when they are undertaking the motion typography unit at school. Would love to get feedback on this list and suggestions for other motion typography or graphics based tutorials that you find valuable to your teaching! Motion Typography and Graphics Tutorials Motion Typography - Student Example 01 Motion Typography - Student Example 02 Regards, Andrew Lai
How to get your vector files from Adobe Illustrator to After Effects in the best quality. And I'll show the easy ease functions in After Effects for a way better animation compared to a lineair motion. Great stuff in just a few minutes, enjoy watching.
Hello! I teach After Effects, among other things, in the Visual Communications program at Madison Area Technical College. In an effort to keep my class up-to-date, what are some "real world" projects I should include? Currently, they get used to movement and keyframes by animating verbs, followed up with a logo, kinetic typography quote, banner ad, basic keying, and some lower thirds. The final project is to create a title sequence for a movie, TV show or video game. Planning on adding some character animation next semester too. Any and all feedback is welcome!
This tutorial demonstrates the essentials of creating an animation using Adobe Illustrator and Adobe After Effects. The graphics are created in Illustrator and imported to After Effects to add animation and visual effects. The demonstration recreates the Apollo 11 moon landing, with the lunar lander arriving on the moon's surface. This tutorial could be adapted for a history lesson, with students re-creating other historic events, or perhaps used in a Drama or English lesson to create scenes from plays or novels. The final animation is saved in a format suitable for uploading to a video sharing site or a Virtual Learning Environment. Video Tutorial - https://vimeo.com/198967176 For free Adobe course info go to: https://edex.adobe.com/professional-development/courses/. Also why not join the Adobe Generation Pro Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/AdobeGenPro/
A super easy and great looking way to animate still clouds in After Effects using the corner pin. Easy technique for professional results.
This is a detailed 2 part tutorial about creating and extruding 3D text in Adobe After Effects - so please don’t watch or complain at its length if you want a quick fix solution. In this tutorial I look at creating the text, putting it in 3D, changing the renderer and selecting the correct Ray-Tracking quality. I look at creating a bevel and making sure the text looks ok - I also so how to navigate around a 3D scene quickly and easily in After Effects. Then, I move on to show how to extrude the text followed up with lighting the scene with both a spot light and a point light. Finally in part 1 I show how to make the item cast a shadow and how to control how the shadow looks.In part 2 I quickly recap and then move on to go through the material options for the 3D layer and then show how to use environment layers and demonstrate the importance of the right ray-tracking quality settings. After that I show how to use the ‘Animate’ options to texture up the text in a much more controllable custom way.
Doing simple special effects with After Effects Software - Adobe After Effects Wherehttps://my.adobeconnect.com/tkitchen About the presenter Maricon Rivera is an information technology teacher at Angeles City Science High School in the Philippines. She has a bachelor of science in information technology and was the first Adobe Campus Leader in the Philippines.
Visualizing the future with After Effects (AEL) Speculative design is when a designer takes existing technology and speculates into the future, thinking through the technological advancements that might occur. The Bachelor of Interaction Design at Sheridan College uses After Effects as a way to prototype interfaces and visualize a future that has yet to be seen. This session starts with our Adobe Education Leader Mark Shufflebottom and later opens up for general Q&A from participants. Click for Time Converter *This session is developed and led by members of the Adobe Education Leader community.
Cool titles make your movies look even more professional. In this beginner-level session, technology educator Jason Carthew will teach you how to create an animated 3D title for chroma-keyed video footage with Adobe After Effects—the industry-leading animation and creative compositing software. Session RecordingSee links and resources for this session at this Adobe Education Exchange Activity. About the presenter Jason Carthew teaches the Industrial Technology: Multimedia courses for years 9 through to 12 at Crestwood High School. He has trained teachers across New South Wales (Australia) in the use of Adobe products for teaching and learning. These courses focused on improving Flash, Premier Elements, Photoshop and Dreamweaver skills with the teachers. Jason has utilised his skills in the production of independent films such as the short film AIWU, which was shown at the New York Independent Film Festival and the feature film Dead Down Under (in post production). Both films relied heavily on Flash and After Effects to achieve the SFX components . Jason on Twitter Jason on Adobe Education Exchange
Bring some Hollywood “wow factor” to your movies. In this more advanced session, technology educator Jason Carthew will teach you how to create a virtual 3D background for chroma-keyed video footage with Adobe After Effects—the industry-leading animation and creative compositing software. You’ll be making stunning SciFi movies in no time! Session RecordingLinks and Resources for this session can be found at this Adobe Education Exchange Activity </p> <hr> <p> <strong>About the presenter</strong> About Our Presenter Jason Carthew teaches the Industrial Technology: Multimedia courses for years 9 through to 12 at Crestwood High School. He has trained teachers across New South Wales (Australia) in the use of Adobe products for teaching and learning. These courses focused on improving Flash, Premier Elements, Photoshop and Dreamweaver skills with the teachers. Jason has utilised his skills in the production of independent films such as the short film AIWU, which was shown at the New York Independent Film Festival and the feature film Dead Down Under (in post production). Both films relied heavily on Flash and After Effects to achieve the SFX components . Jason on Twitter Jason on Adobe Education Exchange
An After Effects Project that helps you start to learn . . . After Effects! 1 Project, 6 modules, infinite fun.
My students are hooked on After Effects & love the end results of what they see in people's showreels online. My question to the Adobe EdEx Community is: 1) What are your favourite activities / tutorials for introducing After Effects & 2) Can you suggest / provide a source for source files & tutorial packages. Video Co-Pilot has been our go-to site for years now but I'm just looking to see if there are any extras or alternatives. Many Thanks!
Make amazing videos with help from the Dynamic Link feature in Adobe Premiere Pro, Photoshop, and After Effects! Premiere Pro CC is a powerful nonlinear video editor that lets you edit your way. In this advanced session, educator Matthijs Clasener will teach you how to create eye-popping effects using dynamic linking between Premiere Pro and Adobe’s image-editing and visual effects creation apps. Session Recording You can see the resources and links at this Adobe Education Exchange Activity. About the presenter Matthijs Clasener is a teacher of the Grafisch Lyceum Rotterdam Media Design Interactive department where he teaches interactive design, animation and film and video. Matthijs started as an instructor at this school in 2002. Through out the years he became more involved in developing readers for different courses. In the classes at our interactive department, students learn the basics of programming with Actionscript, some will go advance to larger Flash projects. Students in his animation class learn a lot of After Effects, Premiere Pro and Encore for their moving images. In Matthijs' classes students are more involved in design with Adobe software and animation with Flash and After Effects. Matthijs on Twitter Matthijs on Adobe Education Exchange Matthijs on the Web
Hello all! I have recently upgraded my class to Adobe CC from CS5.5. We are currently learning Special FX in After Effects and their footage just seems to not want to render all the way in After Effects. It will render to like 14s and restart the play. Is anyone else having this issue or know a solution to this?
Converting your Photoshop and Illustrator know-how into After Effects skills by Kev Lavery (Adobe Education Leader) Software - Adobe Spark Connect Room:https://my.adobeconnect.com/tkitchen Description This live event will show you how you can use your Photoshop and/or Illustrator know-how as a springboard into animating in After Effects. If you (or your students) are already proficient in Photoshop or Illustrator then animating in After Effects isn’t as far off as it seems. About the presenter Kevin Lavery was an Art and Media Teacher in Melbourne for nearly 10 years before packing up for life in Brisbane. He is now a Training & Liaison Officer for TAFE Queensland's eLearning Services. Kevin is an Adobe Education Leader and writes a regular column for Screen Education called Sync or Swim which explores emerging technologies and their use in education. In his spare time he animates a single picture of his face again and again and posts the results on Instagram as @kevlavery
Tricks for setting up and working with After Effects that allow you (and your CPU) to work faster.
In this video we will cover how to extract the green properties from a video. This is a project demonstrating how I create resources for students at Chiswick School.
Use this collection of technical tutorials, from the Digital Video curriculum, to learn how to use Adobe After Effects CS6. Technical guides include: 1. Overview of Adobe After Effects CS6 workspace 2. How to animate text and create video effects 3. How to rotoscope in Adobe After Effects