After Effects Tutorial

After Effects Tutorial: Creating Particle Whirls using Trapcode Plugin  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by naag at Sept. 17, 2016
After Effects Tutorial: Creating Particle Whirls using Trapcode Plugin

After Effects Tutorial: Creating Particle Whirls using Trapcode Plugin
MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 19M | 81 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

After Effects Tutorial - Destroyed Planet  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Alexpal at Feb. 19, 2011
After Effects Tutorial - Destroyed Planet

After Effects Tutorial - Destroyed Planet
1280x720 | 16 min | MP4 | English | 252 MB
Video: MPEG4 Video (H264) 1280x692 29.97fps
eLearning

After Effects Tutorial - Light Streaks  Video

Posted by mylovewillgo at Aug. 19, 2010
After Effects Tutorial - Light Streaks

After Effects Tutorial - Light Streaks
MP4 | 960x720 | 9 min | 71.6 MB

After Effects Tutorial - Camera Tracker Plug-in  Video

Posted by nouvolx at Aug. 18, 2010
After Effects Tutorial - Camera Tracker Plug-in

After Effects Tutorial - Camera Tracker Plug-in
1280x720 | 31 min | 399 MB | MP4
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In the AE Part 1 of this 2 Part Series we will learn about The Foundry’s new CameraTracker, We’ll look at how it can be used to extract 3d data from shots, which can assist us in placing 3D assets into scenes. Additionally, we’ll cover how to use the AEtoC4D Script to export our 3D data to Cinema4D.
In Part 2 new CameraTracker plugin from The Foundry, Marc Leonard takes us through how to use data exported from After Effects to reconstruct the original 2D plate within Cinema 4D, allowing us to place new elements in true 3D space.

After Effects Tutorial - The Cyber Crime Show Open  Video

Posted by nouvolx at Aug. 12, 2010
After Effects Tutorial - The Cyber Crime Show Open

After Effects Tutorial - The Cyber Crime Show Open
1280x720 | 31 min | 244 MB | MP4
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Follow along with Eran Stern as he shows you how to create a cyber crime show open which evokes a perfect blend of analog and high tech crime using imagery from the MDT Libraries inside After Effects.

After Effects Tutorial - Dynamic Sci-Fi Look  Video

Posted by nouvolx at Aug. 11, 2010
After Effects Tutorial - Dynamic Sci-Fi Look

After Effects Tutorial - Dynamic Sci-Fi Look
1280x720 | 31 min | 239 MB | MP4
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John Dickinson once shows how he used Motion Designer's Toolkit 2 to create a high tech animated background for promoting the movie Surrogates. By using these same techniques John presents you can create countless animated backgrounds simply by swapping elements in and out from the Motion Designer's Toolkits.

After Effects Tutorial - Stop Motion Effect  Video

Posted by nouvolx at Aug. 11, 2010
After Effects Tutorial - Stop Motion Effect

After Effects Tutorial - Stop Motion Effect
1024x768 | 48 min | 272 MB | MP4
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Jon Walker once again shows the versatility and flexibility of using Digital Juice Motion Designer's Toolkits with Adobe After Effects. This example shows you how to achieve a popular "stop motion" look that is seen often on ads and opens.

After Effects Tutorial - Dark Liquid Energy  Video

Posted by MMBY at Aug. 5, 2010
After Effects Tutorial - Dark Liquid Energy

After Effects Tutorial - Dark Liquid Energy
480x270 | 10 min | MP4 | 11.5 MB
After Effects Tutorial - Create Smoke Using Only Built In Tools

After Effects Tutorial - Create Smoke Using Only Built In Tools
1280x720 | 7 min | MP4 | 33.5 MB

After Effects Tutorial - Microscope Field of View  Video

Posted by phoenixy at July 31, 2010
After Effects Tutorial - Microscope Field of View

After Effects Tutorial - Microscope Field of View
FLV | 1280 x 720 | 51min | 306 MB
Gender: elearning

I created this Microscope’s Field of View using 3 particle systems. The Base Layer is a water animation created using a fractal noise; the first level of particles is created using CC Particle World and it’s meant to look like quickly-moving bubbles. The Second Level of particles is created using Particular with a custom designed sprite, and is meant to look like a microscopic organism. The Third Set of particles are also created using Particular, and are added to mimic more floating debris. Finally, an arrow indicator is added to accurately simulate a microscope’s FOV.