Adobe After Effects training courses
After Effects is used for creating sophisticated moving images and cinematic visual effects (e.g. ground-breaking motion graphics and blockbuster visual effects) for use in theaters, living rooms, and on personal computers and mobile devices. You can mix footage of any size and format, photographs, 3D renders, text, vector artwork, and music – and make it all come alive.
For those new to Adobe After Effects our Introduction course content covers the basics (creating motion graphics and visual effects in 2d and 3d). More experienced users should look to our Intermediate course for the best techniques to be used with animation, layering and masks.
After Effects CC Intermediate course
After Effects is digital motion graphics and compositing software that allows you to create QuickTime movies for output on the Web, CD, Monitor, or full-motion broadcast quality video for television. The Adobe After Effects CC Intermediate course covers how to mix still images together to create a moving texture, placing compositions into other Compositions, using Keyframes & Layers, and use of effective Rendering techniques.
The course, which is applicable to both the CC and CS6 version of the software, also provides delegates with useful tips and tricks.Download PDF
What will you learn?
- Understand Keyframe and work with the graphics editor
- create animations that are sequenced (and nested)
- work with layers and apply animated effects
- work with masks and mattes and stencils
- render and pre-compose
- use colour effectively
- work in 3d
Beyond the basics
- Adding custom easing
- Advanced time remapping
- Scene blur
- Frame blending
- Compositing 3D objects and 2D footage
- 3D lights
- Creating shadow effects in 3D
- 3D camera tracking
- Green screen
Working with shapes and vectors
- Generating strokes
- Adding and animating layer styles
- Animating outlines
- Advanced type animation
- Animating Masks
- Animating characters
- Advanced null control
- Using sound to control layer properties
Re-creating common effects
- Jittery text
- Double exposure
- Kinetic typography
- Slick object transitions
- Sequential compositions
Enliten IT will provide each delegate with a workbook and other useful reference materials where applicable. These may be either paper based or in Adobe pdf format or a combination thereof.
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Enliten IT reserves the right to modify course content and materials as required in the interests of continuous course improvement, at any time, without notification.
The suggested course duration is a guideline. Course topics and duration may be modified by the instructor based upon the knowledge and skill level of the course participants.
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