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Adobe Creative Cloud (585 Tutorials)

Crumpled Paper in After Effects

Crumpled Paper in After Effects

February 4, 2014

You know the open for the sitcom “Community”, with the crumpled paper? Trevor Penner explains how to do this effect.

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Track and Replace a Mobile Phone Screen in mocha!

Track and Replace a Mobile Phone Screen in mocha!

February 4, 2014

Imagineer has a new tutorial up that covers tracking an iPhone screen. Mary Poplin gives detailed instructions on the process both in video form and in words, so you can go at your own pace.

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Combining LayerMonkey and TypeMonkey

Combining LayerMonkey and TypeMonkey

January 14, 2014

By Orrin Zucker: “This tutorial shows how to use both LayerMonkey and TypeMonkey together.”

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Change Capture Time in Lightroom 5

Change Capture Time in Lightroom 5

January 2, 2014

Julieanne Kost demonstrates two ways to change the capture time of your images. The first enables you to offset a time zone change and the second supports a custom adjustment to align multiple cameras used to shoot one event but with different date/time settings in-camera.

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Tutorial: Problems with Adobe Premiere CC 7.2.1 Update on Mac?

December 27, 2013

I’ve personally run into a problem updating to the current Premiere Pro v7.2.1 on Mac because of an error. Here’s how to get around it.

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How to create a Clothing Zipper in Adobe Illustrator

December 23, 2013

Adobe Illustrator is a great tool that a lot of people could use a bit more often. Iaroslav Lazunov at Astute Graphics has a great tutorial up for how to create a clothing zipper in Illustrator.

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Tutorial: Migrating settings from After Effects CC (12.0) to After Effects CC (12.1)

November 20, 2013

Todd Kopriva gives some tips on migrating to the new update for AE CC.

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Create a Halloween Animation from a Still Image

Create a Halloween Animation from a Still Image

October 29, 2013

Creative Cow leader Kevin P. McAuliffe returns with a second Halloween-themed episode filled with quick tips and shortcuts for both MAC and PC users with BCC 8 AE and Adobe After Effects CS 6 or higher.

Learn how to create a quick show animation from a still image — add flickering lights to a jack o'lantern and generate atmospheric lighting. Filters used: BCC Film Glow, BCC Linear Luma Key, BCC Rays Puffy, and BCC Stagelight.

Free Project file available.

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Premiere Pro CC Trim Edit Points

Premiere Pro CC Trim Edit Points

October 22, 2013

One of the areas where Adobe has worked hard to improve Premiere Pro is trimming. Trimming adjusts the point where two clips touch; this is also often called the “edit point.” With the Creative Cloud release of Premiere Pro, Adobe has added more options and simplified the entire trimming process. Follow along with Larry Jordan as he walks you through the in's and out's! 

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Crumpled Paper Logo Reveal with Mir

Crumpled Paper Logo Reveal with Mir

October 18, 2013

In this tutorial Tibor Miklos of aetuts+ shows us how to make a crumpled up piece of paper fold out into a logo or emblem using Trapcode Mir!

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Tutorial: Adobe Lightroom Before and After Tricks

October 15, 2013

How about a Lightroom tutorial for Tutorial Tuesday? Learn a cool trick in Lightroom.

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Olympus Has Fallen Breakdown from Motionworks

Olympus Has Fallen Breakdown from Motionworks

October 15, 2013

I watched John Dickinson’s fantastic presentation at After Effects World in Seattle a few weeks ago in which he walked us through creating the flag in the Olympus Has Fallen promo.

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Advanced Spin FX Tutorial from Video Copilot

Advanced Spin FX Tutorial from Video Copilot

October 15, 2013

A new one from Andrew and Company, just in time for Tutorial Tuesday at Toolfarm. He shows how to create a dynamic spectral animation without using any party plug-ins.

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How to Create a Looping Animation Using Expressions

October 1, 2013

It’s Tutorial Tuesday once again! Shawn Sheehan contributed this tutorial on AE Expressions to AE Tuts+ yesterday. He explains how to use the loopIn and loopOut expressions.

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How To Create Infographics That Animate Themselves

How To Create Infographics That Animate Themselves

September 25, 2013

Post by Bryan Clark at aetuts+

“Today I’ll share an expression I wrote to improve my workflow, which comes in handy any time I need to populate the screen with a large number of elements (e.g. filling the frame with photos, or animating info graphics, etc). By laying the elements out first in Photoshop, then using the ValueAtTime & delay expressions, I have much greater flexibility for tweaks & future revisions than using standard methods (like the standard Sequence Layers function). I’ll describe the normal method & show the problems therein; then explain the expression, what it means, and how to apply it.”

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