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Software (1510 Tutorials)

Adobe After Effects CC: Introduction to 3D: Extruding Shapes

Adobe After Effects CC: Introduction to 3D: Extruding Shapes

June 27, 2013

Angie Taylor talks about Extruding Shapes in 3D in Adobe After Effects CC in this introductory video.

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Add Depth Of Field To Your CINEMA 4D Composite Using Cineware and After Effects

Add Depth Of Field To Your CINEMA 4D Composite Using Cineware and After Effects

June 27, 2013

In this tutorial, Nick Campbell of Greyscalegorilla shows how to set up a depth pass for rendering depth of field for 3D objects using CINEMA 4D, Frischluft Lens Care and After Effects.

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Better Keying From Production to Post Webinar With Richard Harrington

Better Keying From Production to Post Webinar With Richard Harrington

June 26, 2013

Greenscreen has become an essential tool in modern video, film, and photo workflows. To succeed, it needs to be the perfect combination of production and post.

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Cineware and Cinema 4D Lite Quickstart Tutorial

Cineware and Cinema 4D Lite Quickstart Tutorial

June 26, 2013

Nick at Greyscalegorilla has put together a quickstart guide to Maxon Cineware and Cinema 4D Lite, now shipping with Adobe After Effects CC.

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Character Animation in After Effects Using FreeForm Pro and Particular

Character Animation in After Effects Using FreeForm Pro and Particular

June 26, 2013

Dan Gies describes how he created and animated his Rocket-Dees character using uses Mettle FreeForm Pro, Trapcode Particular, After Effects Expressions, and the After Effects Puppet Tool.

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Newton Character Rigging

Newton Character Rigging

June 26, 2013

Ryan Boyle for AETuts+ creates a rigid body effect in After Effect using Newton, a 2D physics simulator.

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Time Remapping in Adobe Premiere Pro CC

Time Remapping in Adobe Premiere Pro CC

June 21, 2013

If you want to make advanced adjustments to playback speed over time, you’ll go looking for time remapping. Premiere Pro makes the process very simple, though you may find yourself turning to After Effects for a fine finish. This lesson shows you why and how.

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New commands for finding missing footage, missing effects, and missing fonts in After Effects

New commands for finding missing footage, missing effects, and missing fonts in After Effects

June 21, 2013

Todd Kopriva of Adobe fills us in on some new key commands to help users find lost items.

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Snapping of layer features in the Composition panel, new in After Effects CC (12.0)

Snapping of layer features in the Composition panel, new in After Effects CC (12.0)

June 21, 2013

Snapping of layer features in the Composition panel, new in After Effects CC (12.0)

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Essential Editing Commands in Premiere Pro

Essential Editing Commands in Premiere Pro

June 21, 2013

Richard Harrington show you how to use three-point edits to speed up your post-production workflow in Adobe Premiere Pro.

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NUKE Basic Workflows | Gizmos

NUKE Basic Workflows | Gizmos

June 21, 2013

In two video tutorials, Frank Rueter explains all about Gizmos.

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NUKE Basic Workflows | IBK Keyer

NUKE Basic Workflows | IBK Keyer

June 21, 2013

Steve Wright explains how to pull keys using the IBK, A Keyer designed to cope with non-uniform blue or greenscreen backgrounds.

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NUKE Basic Workflows | KEYLIGHT

NUKE Basic Workflows | KEYLIGHT

June 21, 2013

In a series of three tutorials, Steve Wright explains how to pull keys with KEYLIGHT.

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Adobe Premiere Pro CC: Editing Finesse

Adobe Premiere Pro CC: Editing Finesse

June 21, 2013

Edit more efficiently with a redesigned Timeline, intuitive track targeting, and dozens of new shortcuts in Adobe Premiere Pro CC. See critical info such as duplicate frames and through edits. With Paste Attributes, you can copy and paste the specific effects you need from one clip to another.

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Adobe Premiere Pro CC: Link & Locate

Adobe Premiere Pro CC: Link & Locate

June 21, 2013

Modern productions are built on hundreds (if not thousands) of clips. It’s easy to lose track of files, proxies, and backups saved on multiple drives. Link & Locate in Adobe Premiere Pro CC helps you track down your clips quickly, making media management more efficient.

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