To be successful motion graphics artist you need to keep track of recent trends and techniques. If you’re freelancing or working in a small agency – you night know the situation when deadline is close and inspiration has left you. What to do?
Sometimes a basic typography animation is not enough to express your idea and make it stand out. Then you need Animated Typeface. keep reading to find out what it is and find some great deals on cheap professional sets.
This 93 minute, in-depth video tutorial is aimed at intermediate to advanced users of After Effects… in particular those who want to broaden their skills and open up the world of workflow and creative possibilities that expressions allow.
While for video production there are two stages – shooting and editing – in animation usually there are no strict distinction between those two. However sometimes you can learn useful things from real video production and apply them to animation. In this post we’ll look at three most common techniques.
Most tutorials teach you software and different techniques how to use it. This one is different. instead of teaching you software – this one teaches you animation principles that involves basic physics and makes your animation appear more realistic. A lot of people know how to add keyframes and get object to move, but only few knows how to make it move realistic. Watch this tutorial and be one of those few that knows.
Have you ever wandered why there are missing audio in your final rendered? Maybe you forgot to add audio in the first place? But most likely that’s not the case. If you’re using audio in After Effects here are some tips you need to know.
One of the most confusing things in After Effects is to find and use the Render function instead of Export. Especially beginners often times mises it as File->Export seams more logic than Composition->Add To render Queue. But even if you’re familiar with render queue there are several tips that will speed up your render time. Tips Presented by one of the VideoHive Top author Felt_Tips
Mostly animations inside After Effects is created with keyframes. It might seam a convenient way to do it, but it’s much easier to achieve some animations with expressions. They give you bigger control or even allow to achieve things that would be nearly impossible to achieve by manual key-framing.
In this tutorial we’ll be creating a round logo from scratch, then by applying different effects we will give it a shiny metallic look and reveal it similar to logos in those fancy car ads. You will be learning about different lighting effects to achieve shinny metal material look.
Some quicktips from Adobe TV that will help you to get maximum After Effects performance from your system, teach you how to quickly navigate through nested comps inside AE and how to move between different Adobe Apps using Dynamic Link as well as Editing After Effects document without even opening After Effects. Some of the greatest tips handpicked for you from the huge Adobe TV library.