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Animer simplement des illustrations vectorielles sur After Effects

Animer simplement des illustrations vectorielles sur After Effects
La version CS6 (ou supérieure) d'After Effects est requise pour suivre ce tutoriel. La conversion de fichiers Illustrator en calques de formes étant une nouveauté de cette version. Dans ce nouveau tutoriel vidéo gratuit sur After Effects CS6 et Illustrator, nous allons voir comment animer très simplement des illustrations vectorielles. Vous devez posséder la version CS6 d'After Effects pour suivre ce tutoriel, et bénéficier des nouvelles options d'importation de fichiers illustrator. Vous pouvez télécharger les fichiers crées pour le tutoriel avec le bouton ci-dessous. Illustrations vectorielles (Ordinateur, Téléphone et Manette)Télécharger Peut importe le nombre d'éléments et la complexité de vos illustrations, nous allons voir une méthode simple et rapide pour animer vos objets vectoriels en provenance d'Adobe Illustrator. Nous obtiendrons cet effet de construction et déconstruction avec seulement quelques images clés. Related:  Motion designfilmmaking

Gestion du son et synchronisation d'animations sur After Effects Dans ce nouveau tutoriel gratuit, nous verrons tout ce qui concerne la gestion du son sur After Effects. Nous apprendrons à manipuler nos fichiers audios afin d'être efficace lors de la synchronisation d'animations sur des évenements sonores. Nous verrons les différentes méthodes de synchronisation sur un cas concret, en se basant sur une musique composée par Obny. Apprendre à lire et écouter des sons sur After Effects, et à les manipuler pour ajouter des marqueurs en temps réel.Synchronisation semi-manuelle à l'aide d'images clés couplées à des expressionsSynchronisation automatique à l'aide des données audio extraites et d'expressions pour les exploiterUtilisation (facultative) du plugin Sound Keys pour recréer les étapes précédentes de manière plus rapide, et avec plus de souplesse.Ajout d'un effet de kaleidoscope pour obtenir une scène plus complexe à partir d'une animation simple.

The Camera Gear You Need for Shooting Wedding Videos Cover image via Pack Config When shooting a wedding video, you may be overwhelmed by the amount of gear you actually need. Here are some of the best items for shooting the big day. These camera gear options are not only compact, they’re ready to be used in the fast-paced wedding environment. Camera (and Lenses) Obviously the most important thing you need to shoot a wedding is a camera. As far as cameras and lenses are concerned, just have a backup camera ready. Stabilization Just like any video production, camera stabilization is key. Tripod Image via Manfrotto The tripod is the golden standard of all stable footage. The added benefit is the ability to setup a tripod and let a camera run while you attend to other shots. Monopod Image via B&H Now that you have a camera on a tripod recording the ceremony on its own, you will need something to hold the other camera you should be shooting with. Monopods are great for a multitude of reasons. They are also great for maneuvering through crowds. Audio

Formations vidéos créatives sur le Motion Design Sexy Offsets - Créer des décalages temporels graphiques sur After Effects Après avoir vu la participation de Steffen Knoesgaard pour l'Animation Sequence Project, j'ai eu envie de partager avec vous une technique redoutablement efficace pour créer sans peine cet effet de découpe décalée présent dans son animation. Dans ce nouveau tutoriel sur After Effects, nous verrons comment créer des découpes graphiques dans nos animations, avec un contrôle total sur le look, et sur le décalage dans le temps de nos morceaux. Nous verrons une technique souple et rapide, qui n'utilise aucun masque ou script, totalement dynamique et modifiable à tout moment. En plus de l'effet à proprement parler, nous récréerons entièrement sur After Effects l'animation disponible sur l'onglet résutat (à savoir l'animation des cercles, des carrés et du texte).

Creating a Storyboard Edit in Premiere Pro CC 2015 A storyboard edit is a method of quickly assembling a sequence by selecting the in and out points within a series of clips in a bin, arranging the clips into the right order, and then creating a sequence from those clips based on their in and out points. A storyboard edit is a great way to snappily produce a fast first assembly of a scene. The quick tip we’ll get on to is how to change the default poster frame of a given clip, which is helpful if you have a clip that contains an action or movement that changes the look of the shot completely, and you’re assembling a complex sequence. It’s also just a handy thing to be able to do! How To Create A Storyboard Edit in Premiere Pro In order to create a storyboard edit, get the clips that you need for the scene into their own bin or folder. If you’re used to Final Cut Pro 7, you’ll remember that you used to be able to drag icons around anywhere in a window and they just ‘floated freely’ in the window.

Motion Design avec After Effects CS5 sur Tuto.com Dans ce tuto After Effects, vous allez apprendre à réaliser une séquence de motion graphic de A à Z. Julien Martorell, graphiste, motion designer et directeur artistique, vous sert de guide dans cet atelier de 4h dédié aux techniques de motion design. Rendu final de ce tuto Motion Design sur After Effects: Si After Effects est essentiellement abordé au cours de cette formation, des passages sous Cinema 4D, Illustrator et Photoshop seront également nécessaire pour réaliser les quatre séquences d'animation que regroupe cette formation. Après une première partie consacrée à la préparation du projet et l'installation des plugin et scripts nécessaires, vous apprendrez à réaliser une animation efficace et gérer avec précision l'enchainement des éléments. Sommaire de cette formation au motion design Partie 1: introduction générale et préparation du projet Partie 2 : rebonds, rotations et décompte Partie 3 : Transition de texte 3D avec Cinema 4D

Keeping Your Video Editing Projects Organized - The Beat: A Blog by PremiumBeat If you’re going to call yourself a professional, you should work like a professional. An insanely disorganized project is a nightmare, and ultimately reflects poorly upon you as en editor. We bring in freelancers pretty regularly at my office and if I’m given the choice to bring back a great editor who leaves a disaster of files and other mess in their wake or a slightly less great editor who keeps things in order and under control you can bet I’ll choose the organized one every time. He or she makes it easier for me to quickly pick up the project for later revisions if necessary. In this post, I want to share a structure for how I like to organize my video editing projects. This is an empty skeleton that I use as a basis for all projects, then fill-in as needed: Here’s how I use these bins, including the thinking behind them: The Audio Bin Generally, nothing goes in the top-level Audio folder. The Edits Bin The Footage Bin All project footage goes into here. The GFX Bin The VFX Bin

Free 3D models - ready-posed 3D people | 3D humans Time for a change – use high-res 3D scans of humans now We know how good our product is - and we would like to show you. And since nothing beats a hands-on experience, this is your chance. Due to the cutting edge technology used for the creation of this models, no manually generated figure can keep up to their appearance.

10 Essential Text Tutorials for After Effects After Effects can be a bit overwhelming initially, and text is no exception. Fear not… these After Effects tutorials explain things in an easy to understand way without leaving out the small details that some tutorials simply infer. With the knowledge this guide provides, your creativity will no longer be limited by your software skills. We’ve arranged these in an order that we think provides the best learning process, starting with animation and ending with stylization. If you are already confident in one technique, you can just move on to the next one that is unfamiliar or needs practice. 1. Before actually diving into typography and stylization, it’s essential that you understand how to edit text layers and apply text animations within After Effects. 2. This is where things start to get fun. 3. The handwriting text effect is likely something you’ve seen before, and you may have found yourself wondering what techniques are involved. 4. 3D Kinetic Typography 5. 3D Text Extrusion 6. 7. 8.

6 Filmmaking Apps for Android Users We’ve previously covered all sorts of phone and tablet apps for filmmakers. The Top 10 Free Apps for Filmmakers, the Best Paid Apps for Filmmakers, and even Apps for finding Golden Hour. After our last roundup of Must-Have Apps for Cinematographers, we heard back from plenty of readers wanting more apps for Android. I’m an Android user myself, so I hate to be the bearer of bad news. 1. StoryBoard Quick Direct allows you to compose shots on your phone or laptop. The app includes a series of characters in multiple positions as well as directional arrows to help define action or camera movement. 2. The Pocket AC app includes a ton to tools and tables for filmmakers. This app covers an array of cameras. Pocket AC Tools Include: Pocket AC Tables and Charts: Camera Specifications (Over 80 Film and Digital Cameras)Film StocksFilter FactorsHMI Safe Shutter AnglesLens Specifications (Over 550 Lenses) Available in the Google Play Store for $9.99. 3. Available in the Google Play Store for $9.99. 4. 5.

4 Places to Find Reference Footage for Character Animation If you’re in a creative slump or just need some assistance with keyframe timing, these free animation reference libraries have you covered. Animation reference footage is real live-action footage used by animators to help with timing the subtle movements that are required to make animation realistic. No need to shoot this footage yourself – the following online animation libraries cover a wide range of subject matter. 1. Reference! 2. Ani Ref is a curated Vimeo group with an impressive collection of animation reference clips. 3. Endless Reference is my favorite place to find reference footage on the internet. 4. Mixamo is so much more than a collection of videos.

Sean Frangella - Creative work, Cinema 4D & After Effects Tutorials, and talks about Design. 8 Methods for Color Grading in After Effects It’s no secret that After Effects is one of the best animation softwares in the world, but did you know it also has some extremely powerful color grading features built right in? In the following post, we’ll take a look at 8 color grading tutorials that show us how to create cinematic titles in After Effects. 1. Cinematic Color Correction / Color Grading Created By: Sam’s Creative Toolbox If you’re looking to give your footage a non-destructive teal overlay like those found in action movies, then this tutorial is a great place to start. 2. Created By: braproductions This is another good example of how to create stylistic color grades inside of After Effects. 3. Created By: Evan Abrams Blending modes are incredibly useful when it comes to color grading. 4. Created By: Michael DeVowe Did you know that you can color correct footage in Photoshop? 5. Created By: VisionColor A good color grade takes a lot of time and talent, that’s why there are people who exclusively color footage for a living.

8 Great 'Proof of Concept' Films That Got Picked Up by Hollywood While some people might call these extended trailers, that’s not exactly what a proof of concept is. In reality a proof of concept is more like a short film developed on a very limited budget that’s created to show studios what that production team can accomplish. Sometimes these proof of concept films go on to become big budget films such as Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, 300, Sin City and District 9. In just the last few months, we’ve seen a lot of proof of concept films get studio backing. To say this film was ambitious is an understatement. Mischa Rozema is currently working with WB now to secure writers and begin the pre-production process on the feature-length film. Another ambitious project is The Leviathan from Ruairi Robinson, who is known for his Academy Award nominated animated short film Fifty Percent Grey, as well as directing the 2013 sci-fi horror The Last Days on Mars. Realm is currently in pre-production with Relativity Media with Scott Speer attached to direct.

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