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Compositing Tips from Greenscreen Made Easy by Michele Yamazaki

Compositing Tips from Greenscreen Made Easy by Michele Yamazaki

December 4, 2015

This one is from a while back but Michele Yamazaki has some great compositing tips from the book  “Greenscreen Made Easy!” There's a new edition coming out in 2016!

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Bring Your PSD & Vector Files to Life

Bring Your PSD & Vector Files to Life

December 1, 2015

“Titler Pro 4 helps bring Photoshop and EPS files to life with its new import functionality. Move your multi-layered PSD designs from Photoshop to Adobe Premiere Pro or any other NLE in a matter of seconds. Discover how to import, animate, and impress in this short four-step tutorial.” – Shannon Olona

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Motion Tracking 360 Footage in After Effects

Motion Tracking 360 Footage in After Effects

November 30, 2015

Mikey Borup explains how to camera track 360 degree footage using After Effects, Skybox and 3D Element.

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Overview/Review: Red Giant PluralEyes

Overview/Review: Red Giant PluralEyes

November 30, 2015

Michele from Toolfarm walks users through how to use PluralEyes and gives a few workflow tips to simplify the job.

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Break Objects with AFX

Break Objects with AFX

November 30, 2015

“In this tutorial we are going to use Newton in combination with Illustrator to break down/destroy objects within After Effects. You are going to learn how to use Newton 2, Time-Remapping, Masks and the Knife tool within Illustrator and much more.” – ArmaganVideos

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Adobe Audition Tutorial with Mike Russell

Adobe Audition Tutorial with Mike Russell

November 16, 2015

Not familiar with Adobe Audition? Mike Russell might be able to help you with that!

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Working with Shadows in Zaxwerks ProAnimator / 3D Invigorator Pro

Working with Shadows in Zaxwerks ProAnimator / 3D Invigorator Pro

November 16, 2015

In these tutorials you will learn everything you need to know about working with shadows in 3D ProAnimator and 3D Invigorator Pro.

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Intro to the Particle World of After Effects!

Intro to the Particle World of After Effects!

November 16, 2015

Adobe After Effects Certified Expert, Jeff Sengstack, present this video tutorial introduction to After Effects Particle World.

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Creating Wireframe Materials

Creating Wireframe Materials

November 16, 2015

Learn how to create wireframe materials with Zaxwerks 3D Invigorator Pro and ProAnimator.

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New Features in Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2015

New Features in Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2015

November 16, 2015

Here are a few videos on the features of Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2015, released today.

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Classic 8-Bit Video Game Effect

Classic 8-Bit Video Game Effect

November 16, 2015

Paul Ezzy shows you how to make this super cool animated 8-bit Pac-Man from scratch in Boris Continuum Complete inside Adobe After Effects.

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Burning Question: How do I create a Walk Cycle?

Burning Question: How do I create a Walk Cycle?

November 16, 2015

If you’re animating some characters and need to make a natural looking walk cycle quickly and easily, do we have some great resources for you! Here is some reference, tutorials and scripts to make your next walk cycle animation a breeze.

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V-Ray 3.0 Render Elements & After Effects

V-Ray 3.0 Render Elements & After Effects

November 16, 2015

Paul Hatton takes a look at V-Ray’s render elements and how to composite them into After Effects.

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After Effects Flapping Wings

After Effects Flapping Wings

November 16, 2015

This tutorial by Lee Daniels shows an easy way to create flapping insect wings using either the wiggle or loop out expressions and is good for beginners.

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Use iExpressions for an Automatic Walk Cycle in Ae

Use iExpressions for an Automatic Walk Cycle in Ae

November 12, 2015

“The latest version of iExpressions for After Effects can automate walk cycles so you can just drag the character through the scene.” – Lester Banks

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