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Motion Graphic

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Course Duration and Hours: 2 Months —– 18 Hours.

 

Getting to Know the Workflow
Lesson overview
In this lesson, you’ll learn how to do the following:

  Create a project and import footage.
  Create compositions and arrange layers.
  Navigate the Adobe After Effects interface.
  Use the Project, Composition, and Timeline panels.
  Transform layer properties.
  Apply basic effects.
  Create keyframes.
  Preview your work.
  Customize the workspace.
  Adjust preferences related to the user interface.

Creating a Basic Animation Using Effects and Presets
Lesson overview
In this lesson, you’ll learn how to do the following:

  Work with the layers of an imported Adobe Illustrator file.
  Apply drop-shadow and emboss effects.
  Apply a text animation preset.
  Adjust the time range of a text animation preset.
  Precompose layers.
  Apply a dissolve transition effect.
  Adjust the transparency of a layer.
  Render an animation for broadcast use.

Animating Text
Lesson overview
In this lesson, you’ll learn how to do the following:

  Create and animate text layers.
  Stylize text using the Character and Paragraph panels.
  Apply and customize text animation presets.
  Preview animation presets in Adobe Bridge.
  Install fonts using Adobe Typekit.
  Animate text using keyframes.
  Animate layers using parenting.
  Edit and animate imported Adobe Photoshop text.
Use a text animator group to animate selected characters on a layer.

Working with Shape Layers
Lesson overview
In this lesson, you’ll learn how to do the following:

  Create custom shapes.
  Customize a shape’s fill and stroke.
  Use path operations to transform shapes.
  Animate shapes.
  speed graph and value graph.
  Repeat shapes.
  Snap layers into alignment.
  Use an expression to animate properties in time with audio.

Animating a Multimedia Presentation
Lesson overview
In this lesson, you’ll learn how to do the following:

  Create a complex animation with multiple layers.
  Adjust the duration of a layer.
  Animate with Position, Scale, and Rotation keyframes.
  Use parenting to sync the animation of layers.
  Use Bezier curves to smooth a motion path.
  Animate a precomposed layer.
  Apply effects to a solid layer.
  Fade out audio.

Animating Layers
Lesson overview
In this lesson, you’ll learn how to do the following:

  Animate a layered Adobe Photoshop file.
  Duplicate an animation using the pick whip.
  Work with imported Photoshop layer styles.
  Apply a track matte to control the visibility of layers.
  Animate a layer using the Corner Pin effect.
  Apply the Lens Flare effect to a solid layer.
  Use time remapping and the Layer panel to dynamically retime footage.
  Edit Time Remap keyframes in the Graph Editor.

Working with Masks
Lesson overview
In this lesson, you’ll learn how to do the following:

  Create a mask using the Pen tool.
  Change a mask’s mode.
  Edit a mask shape by controlling vertices and direction handles.
  Feather a mask edge.
  Replace the contents of a mask shape.
  Adjust the position of a layer in 3D space to blend it with the rest of a shot.
  Create a reflection effect.
  Modify a mask using the Mask Feather tool.
Create a vignette.

  Distorting Objects with the Puppet Tools
  Lesson overview
  In this lesson, you’ll learn how to do the following:

  Place Deform pins using the Puppet Pin tool.
  Define areas of overlap using the Puppet Overlap tool.
  Stiffen parts of an image using the Puppet Starch tool.
  Animate the position of Deform pins.
  Record animation using the Puppet Sketch tool.
  [Do something with] Character Animator.

   Using the Roto Brush Tool
   Lesson overview
   In this lesson, you’ll learn how to do the following:

  Extract a foreground object from the background using the Roto Brush tool.
  Correct the segmentation boundary across a span of frames.
  Touch up a matte with the Refine Edge Tool.
  Freeze a matte across a clip.
  Animate properties for creative effects.
  Track a face in footage.

   Performing Color Correction
   Lesson overview
   In this lesson, you’ll learn how to do the following:

  Use a transition to move from one clip to another.
  Use the Levels effect to correct the color in a shot.
  Use the mask tracker to track part of a scene.
  Remove an area using the Key light (1.2) effect.
  Use the Auto Levels effect to remove a color cast.
  Key out an area using the Color Range effect.
  Correct colors using Synthetic Aperture Color Finesse 3.
  Use the CC Toner effect to create a mood.
  Copy an object in the scene with the Clone Stamp tool.

   Using 3D Features
   Lesson overview
   In this lesson, you’ll learn how to do the following:

  Create a 3D environment in After Effects.
  Look at a 3D scene from multiple views.
  Create 3D text.
  Rotate and position layers along x, y, and z axes.
  Animate a camera layer.
  Add lights to create shadows and depth.
  Extrude 3D text in After Effects.
  Create a Cinema 4D layer to use in After Effects.

   Working with the 3D Camera Tracker
   Lesson overview
   In this lesson, you’ll learn how to do the following:

  Track footage using the 3D Camera Tracker.
  Add camera and text elements to a tracked scene.
  Set a ground plane and origin.
  Create realistic shadows for new 3D elements.
  Lock elements to planes using null objects.
  Adjust camera settings to match real-world footage.
  Remove rolling shutter distortions from DSLR footage.

   Advanced Editing Techniques
   Lesson overview
   In this lesson, you’ll learn how to do the following:

  Stabilize a shaky camera shot.
  Use single-point motion tracking to track one object in a shot to another object in a shot.
  Perform multipoint tracking using perspective corner-pinning.
  Use Imagineer Systems mocha for After Effects to track motion.
  Create a particle system.
  Use the Time warp effect to create slow-motion video.

   Rendering and Outputting
   Lesson overview
   In this lesson, you’ll learn how to do the following:

  Create render-settings templates for the Render Queue.
  Create output-module templates for the Render Queue.
  Output movies using Adobe Media Encoder.
  Select the appropriate compressor for your delivery format.
  Use pixel aspect ratio correction.
  Output the final composition for HDTV 1080p resolution.
  Produce a test version of a composition.
  Create custom encoding presets in Adobe Media Encoder.
  Render and output a web version of the final composition

Mentor : Md. Nahid

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