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Intermediate Visual Effects and Motion Graphics with After Effects

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

This class is designed for anyone interested in learning visual effects and motion graphics. Basic video editing knowledge is a must and ability to use Adobe Premiere Pro would be an advantage.

COURSE DURATION

16 hours (2 days)

TRAINING DATES

07 - 08 Sep 2017 (Thurs - Fri)

IMDA Application Deadline 16 Aug 2017

LOCATION

AV8 Media

COURSE FEE

S$800 per person before GST

Singaporean and PR Media professionals for 90% subsidy under the MDA Talent Assistance Scheme through Six Degrees Asia . In addition media freelancers can apply for a S$ 7.50 per hour training allowance.

Availability and amount of subsidies and grants are subject to MDA and Six Degrees.More information about application procedures and terms here.

COURSE OUTLINE

After Effects Intermediate


Lesson 01 - PARENTING, NESTING & TIME REMAPPING
• Assembling an object in parts
• Introducing Parenting, the Pick Whip & Parenting to a Null
• Common Challenges with Parenting Elements Together
• Working with Nested Compositions
• Animating Precompositions
• Enabling Time-Remapping vs. Time-Reverse Layer
• Time-Remapping, Frame Blending & Time-Reverse Keyframes
• Easing Keyframes & Time-Remapping Audio
• Using the Graph Editor to Time-Remap Slow Motion Footage
• Sequencing Layers & Time-Remapping a Nested Comp
• Easing In & Adjusting the Speed in the Graph Editor


Lesson 02 – Advanced Type Animation
• Using the Range Selector to Animate
• Animating Text On Screen
• Animating the Character Offset
• Adjusting the Range Selector Offset
• Advanced Shape Options
• Using the Ramp Down Effect & Offset
• Blur Options for Text


Lesson 03 - MATTES & LAYER BLENDING MODES
• Using Layers as Mattes for Other Layers
• Using the Luminance of a Grayscale Image for Transparency
• Creating & Pre-Composing an Animated Matte
• Manipulating Transparency with Layer Blending Modes
• Using RGB Channels for Convincing Mattes
• Transitioning between Comps with a Stencil Alpha Matte


Lesson 04 - TRACK MATTES, ADJUSTMENT LAYERS & EFFECTS 53 min
• Applying a Luma Track Matte
• Using Adjustment Layers
• Using Layer Blending Modes
• Creating a Custom Luma Matte
• Creating a Custom Adjustment Layer
• Adjusting the Timing of an Animation


Lesson 05 - CREATING & CONTROLLING 3D CAMERAS 59 min
• Understanding the 3D Coordinate System
• Introducing the Camera Tools
• Changing View Layouts & Options
• Exploring the Axis Modes
• Parenting, Ordering & Rendering
• Adding a 3D Camera to Your Scene
• Working with Different 3D Camera Presets
• Point of Interest, Position & Camera Tools
• Using the Auto-Orientation Options
• Animating a Camera from Side to Side
• Animating a Camera 360 Degrees
• Using a Null Object to Animate a 3D Camera
• Animating the Point of Interest
• Auto-Orienting Objects Toward a Camera
• Adjusting the Depth of Field
• Adjusting F-Stop, Aperture & Focus Distance


Lesson 06 - 3D OBJECTS, LIGHTS
• Setting Up Your Workspace for Working with 3D
• Building an object in 3D
• Collapse Transformations
• Animating a Pre-Composed 3D Object
• Setting up a light
• Casting Shadows
• Realistic Lighting
• Using Gobos

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR

Lynus Hee spent 10 years in video post-production as an editor and motion graphics artist and has worked for broadcasters such as Channel Nine Television and BBC World. He completed his bachelor degree in film and television with distinction in 2001 from Curtin University and was also inducted into the Golden Key International Honour Society. Lynus has been using Adobe software for almost 20 years and is now an Adobe Certified Video Specialist certified to teach 4 different Adobe Software namely Photoshop, After Effects, Premiere Pro and Encore. He had also been a contributing editor to magazines such as PhotoVideoi and Playworks and a speaker in seminars such as Photo Imaging Xchange alongside Julieanne Kost and photographer John Cosgrove.



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