Introducing the new After Effects CC | After Effects region of interest Today at our Adobe MAX conference we officially launched the next iteration of Creative Cloud that will be available June 17th. Although we have been talking about the next version since NAB – we can now give you the complete details. Todd Kopriva has a great breakdown of what we revealed in Las Vegas last month – as well as some new stuff we didn’t show that is part of the new After Effects CC. What we also announced is that we are moving fully behind Creative Cloud as we release all new features in our creative tools. To be clear – all new features are part of Creative Cloud that each member gets as part of their subscription. For those who still prefer the traditional model, CS 6 is still be available for you, today and in the future. I talk to After Effects users constantly. One thing I heard VERY consistently was the positive impact Creative Cloud made when we introduced it just over a year ago. Why? 1 – Economics Many After Effects artists use After Effects to make a living. 2 – Access
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After Effects CC (12.2.1) bug-fix update | After Effects region of interest The After Effects CC (12.2.1) bug-fix update is now available. You can install the update through the Creative Cloud desktop application, or you can check for new updates from within any Adobe application by choosing Help > Updates. One way to check for updates is by closing all Adobe applications other than Adobe Bridge, and choosing Help > Updates in Adobe Bridge; this ensures that all processes related to Adobe video applications have been quit and can be updated safely. Ideally, you should install the updates automatically through the Creative Cloud desktop application or by choosing Help > Updates, but you can also directly download the update packages from the download page for Windows or Mac OS by choosing the “Adobe After Effects CC (12.2.1)” update for your operating system. We have also been working with several providers of plug-ins, codecs, and hardware devices to assist them in updating their software to fix some errors and crashes.
FXPHD – C4D213: Cinema 4D Essential Motion Graphics Techniques | GFXDomain Blog 3.6 GB | Project Files: Included | Software used: Cinema 4D This term Tim Clapham returns with a brand new Cinema4D course. Throughout the term, Tim will be exploring many techniques which will become essential in your day to day production workflow. Based in Sydney Australia, Tim Clapham is a multi-disciplinary animator and compositor. As the owner of Motion Graphics and Animation company Luxx, Tim is hands on with every project that the company produces. Home Page: Download Links:- Mirror :- FXPHD_-_C4D213.part01.rarFXPHD_-_C4D213.part02.rarFXPHD_-_C4D213.part03.rarFXPHD_-_C4D213.part04.rarFXPHD_-_C4D213.part05.rarFXPHD_-_C4D213.part06.rarFXPHD_-_C4D213.part07.rarFXPHD_-_C4D213.part08.rarFXPHD_-_C4D213.part09.rarFXPHD_-_C4D213.part10.rar Mirror :-
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A Collection Of Resources For Motion Graphics Addicts I have always loved motion graphics and animation and I’m sure many of you web and graphic designers do too (if not, don’t worry, it’ll grow on you!) So, I thought I’d make a list of resources, sites and blogs on the topic since it’s something I really enjoy, I hope you find it useful! :) Before we go on, let’s start with a quick introduction and some basic infos for those of you not too familiar with the topic: Motion graphics are generally short pieces of time-based visual media which combine the languages of film and graphic design. Flickr Groups It’s amazing what you can find on Flickr! Vimeo Groups Vimeo, being a video site, is of course a great place to find some inspiration and ideas! Blogs, Resources And Tutorials Of course there’s a lot of motion graphics resource sites and blogs out there, but these are some of my favorites – mind sharing your faves in the comment section? Motionographer ↓ Motion Served ↓ FEED Here ↓ Create Digital Motion ↓ Motionspire ↓ Layers Magazine ↓ Ayato Web ↓
cinema4d C4D To AE Multipass Comp with Effects In this collection of tutorials created for Maxon’s You Tube channel , I explore techniques you can use when working with Cinema4D Multipass rendering in combination with the After Effects exchange feature of Cinema4D. C4D To AE Basic Taking you step by step through the process, the tutorial starts by covering the basic principles of working with multipass rendering and exporting 3D information from your Cinema4D scene over to your After Effects projects. C4D To AE Advanced The second tutorial then moves on to some more advanced techniques including the use of Xpresso to export 3D information from specific clones and outputting lights as separate render passes. AE To C4D - Camera Tracker Finally I take you through the process of transferring your After Effects information over to Cinema4D. AE To C4D - Camera Mapping C4D To AE - Light Passes C4D To AE - Comp with Effects To download the assets required to complete these tutorials please follow these links…