Rookie Mistakes to Avoid as a Motion Designer
In this series of tutorials, we will learn about some of the pitfalls that After Effects users run into as they work through lots of different types of projects. Software required: After Effects CS6.
What you'll learn
In this series of tutorials, we will learn about some of the pitfalls that After Effects users run into as they work through lots of different types of projects. We take a sort of ten tips in ten tutorials approach with this course so that all the lessons are relevant to you and the problems you face when working in After Effects. There are so many helpful ideas in this course that you will walk away saying, 'I wish I would have already known that' or 'that's going to save me so much time the next time I create a project like that!' Each lesson uses a different After Effects project, so that we cover a full range of problems. By the end of this course, you will have learned lots of trouble shooting tips in just under 2 hours. This course is well-worth the time of watching it because you'll learn quick fixes for problems that will take you a long time to fix if you don't know what is causing the issue. That's only going to leave you more time to spend creating amazing and beautiful motion graphics in After Effects. Software required: After Effects CS6.
Table of contents
- Importing Issues 6m
- Staying Organized 13m
- Vector Vs. Pixel Graphics 10m
- Fixing the Boomerang Effect 8m
- Color Differences When Importing 6m
- Making Footage Longer or Shorter 15m
- Using Different Types of Motion Blur 10m
- Rendering to Avoid Choppy Playback 12m
- Fixing Too Fast or Too Slow Animations 8m
- Double-checking Your Work for Common Errors 10m