You’ve finished your project and you go to render and see Export and Queue. Do you know the difference and which to use?
I’ve been at Wisconsin Public Television for almost a year now and as part of my duties here, I am responsible for Motion graphics, animation, and I’m also a producer for our grantors. This last June I was asked to refresh the open animation for the first Concerts on the Square. In this time-lapse you can see my creation process of the whole graphics package from open, title wipe, lower thirds, and credits.
Edit this, Look at that- After effects procedural technique.
Learn the process of procedural compositions in after effects. Using this guide you will learn how to edit one asset while viewing the end result in real time.
Topics covered in this lesson:
0:15 What is ETLAT?
2:40 Locking Compositions
3:10 Separating Composition Windows
4:50 Always preview this view
7:25 Making changes in real time
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In this lesson learn how to use After effects compositions like titles or animations and edit them in Premiere Pro without having to render them out.
In this lesson learn how to use the Clone stamp tool in After Effects.
I’ve been a video professional since 2006, and been a technical trainer/college instructor since 2012. In that time I’ve been fortunate to across the country in different facilities, and worked with a lot of different people with different skill sets.
One thing that I’ve learned in that time is that everyone needs to start somewhere, and it can be hard to find the right information quickly and easily. While other training services require a monthly subscription to get started, or free online tutorials give disjointed information, I wanted to put together a class that gives everyone the basics, for free.
Really? Whats the catch?
Well I’ll be honest with you. The reason why I have this class out there is a few different reasons.
- I believe everyone should know the basics. This class is aimed squarely at beginners.
- A rising tide lifts all boats. When everyone knows the basics it gives people room to advance faster
- It’s training I wish I had when I was learning video editing.
- Its a preview of my teaching style. While earning the basics might be all you need, I’m confident that if you need to learn something quickly and efficiently, I can offer customized advanced training to you or your team.
In the next coming months ill be posting free Introductory classes in Premiere Pro, After Effects, Motion, Final Cut Pro X, and Element3D.
I just wrapped up the free Premiere Pro class and you can find that as a whole playlist of 2.5 hours of content below, or visit my website at www.stanislawrobertluberda.com
In our 10th and final class in my free Premiere Pro Introduction class, we talk about exporting our projects.
In Lesson 9 of our 10 free lessons in Premiere Pro we learn about title layers. Before we dig into to titles I explain some of the Limitations of the titles in Premiere Pro and what you can expect to create.
This is Lesson 8 of 10 in my free Adobe Premiere Introductory course, all about audio in Premiere Pro.
Lesson 7 of 10 in my free Adobe Premiere Pro Training
Effects, Adjustment layers, keyframes