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After Effects region of interest

After Effects region of interest
After Effects CC 2015 (13.5) is now available. For details about what’s new and changed in After Effects CC 2015 (13.5), see this page. IMPORTANT: Before installing the new version of After Effects, please read this page about the default behavior of the updater, which is to remove all previous versions of the application, and this page about why you might not want to do that. The biggest piece of work for After Effects CC 2015 (13.5) has been a complete re-architecture of how rendering occurs, specifically regarding separating the main render thread from the thread that controls the user interface. Because of this very large change to the fundamental workings of After Effects, most plug-ins needed to be updated; this includes the hundreds of plug-ins included with After Effects, as well as the thousands of plug-ins provided by various third parties. Please, check with the vendors of your third-party plug-ins for updates that are compatible with After Effects CC 2015 (13.5). Boris FX

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Top 5 After Effects Expressions for Better Designs - The Beat: A Blog by PremiumBeat New to using expressions in After Effects? These 5 AE expressions are a great start and will add power to your After Effects workflow. Expressions can seem really scary if you are new to After Effects. Tuts+ In this tutorial, we will cover in detail how we extracted the data, how the helper and utility methods accomplish their jobs, and how all the puzzle pieces...Improve your workflow with these helpful Gmail features. Here's a collection of some of the most interesting and best Gmail tools you may not know about.In the previous tutorial, we took a glimpse at creating CSS Shapes, allowing us to define the true shape of an element. We touched on the basics; creating a...This tutorial will focus on explaining how 2D physics joints work in Unity and how to use them to achieve great effects (without sacrificing the game...A hundred years ago in 1916, during WW1 on the battlefields of the Somme in Northern France, a revolution in armed conflict made its first appearance. This...In this tutorial I'll show you how to create a winter rural scene. First we'll build the base scene using a sky image and two landscape images.

Reblog Archive: Technologized Bodies/Embodied Technologies <p><img alt="caalef.gif" src=" width="180" height="28" border="0" style="float: left; margin: 0px 5px 5px 0px";><h4>LEF + Art Interactive/CAA06</h4><p></p> CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: JANUARY 1, 2006 DEADLINE; BOSTON CAA CONFERENCE at ART INTERACTIVE GALLERY; co-curated by Legier Biederman and Dave Burns. Works on video that convey and/or solicit embodied subjects and/or embodied responses, and thus potentially rupture and/or problematize the notion that acts of viewing cohere us as the discrete and transcendent origins of vision and knowledge. [....] So, in contrast to theories of new media or interpretations of technologies that insist on the obsolescence of the body--its replacement with the pure information of digital screens or digital codes activated on these screens--how do experimental media works explore bodies for their capacity to activate rather than suppress the object or subject produced/reproduced?

Mylenium's Error Code Database Message text: After Effects error: CT bad param: invalid glyphID Message interpretation: The program generated an ID for an (Unicode) glyph that doesn’t exist. Steve Forde 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.

Bringing art to life, pt IV: Magritte in Sir Realist Gustave Klimt wasn’t the only one getting a faithful, in the flesh reproduction of his works. In Genlux‘s winter issue, an editorial called Sir Realist shot by Andrew Matusik used surrealist master Rene Magritte‘s work as inspiration. While the reenactment isn’t always as faithful as Klimt’s, Magritte’s vision clearly shines through. Check it out and compare it to the originals! Unknown Golconde

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Realistic Bounce and Overshoot Goldfish don't bounce. —Bart Simpson Sometimes you may want to embellish your animated motions with a bit of physical realism.

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