Adobe After Effects for Filmmakers: An Introductory Workshop
FILM TV X 477.85
Introduce yourself to Adobe After Effects and learn to produce projects similar to those found in the real entertainment media world of digital effects and animation.
What you can learn.
- Discuss topics such as the interface of Adobe, working with laters and masking, rotoscoping, and more
- Work with motion graphics, tacking with Mocha, and creating set extensions
- Discover how to composite computer-generated imagery over video footage and color correction
- Create practical projects to utilzie these skills
About this course:
Using Adobe After Effects, learn to produce projects similar to those found in the real entertainment media world of digital effects and animation. Topics include an introduction to the interface, working with layers and masking, rotoscoping, motion graphics, tracking and stabilizing with mocha for After Effects (a plug-in that is included with AE), creating set extensions, compositing computer-generated imagery over video footage, and color correction. Finally, put it all together with practical projects where you will learn shortcuts, tips, and tricks.
It is advisable that you complete the following (or equivalent) since they are prerequisites for Adobe After Effects for Filmmakers: An Introductory Workshop.
Familiarity with digital video and basic Photoshop and Illustrator techniques. Students must have access to Photoshop, After Effects, Illustrator, and Adobe CS6 or higher.