September 16, 2014
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roundpeg’s authorized Adobe After Effects classes will teach you how to create motion graphics and visual effects. Whether you are in the field of video editing, VFX, broadcast TV, web TV or designing for devices, roundpeg’s After Effects training is the class to take. roundpeg offers Adobe After Effects classes in Los Angeles, Orange County, San Francisco, and San Jose. Try one of roundpeg’s live online eClasses or we can bring the class to you.
Adobe After Effects CC and CS6 creates stunning cinematic visual effects and high-end motion graphics. Once you dip your toes into the world of video editing, VFX, broadcast TV, web TV or designing for devices, After Effects becomes a must-learn.
In this After Effects class you'll learn how to create motion graphics and visual effects used for broadcast, film, online content and mobile devices.
Adobe After Effects CS6 has added many performance boosters allowing you to meet your deadlines faster. There is a new 3D engine (supporting fully ray-traced text and shapes) for extrusions, a 3D camera tracker, variable mask feathering and support to convert Illustrator (or EPS) vector art into shape layers. After Effects is also used for green screen editing. See how to take live video, shot on a green screen background, drop out the green and replace the background with new video or a still image.
Many people ask, what is the difference between Premiere and After Effects? The answer is this: Premiere does hard-core video editing, shortening clips, replacing audio, simple transitions, multi-camera editing and export of your final work.
Adobe After Effects is the "ooh and aah" application that allows you to integrate moving video with still or animated effects, such as titles, 3D-motion graphics, filters that can create radio waves, particles, distortion and shatter effects.
At roundpeg we try to teach the latest version, but if you haven't upgraded yet, all Adobe After Effects classes cover features that will work in earlier versions of After Effects. The instructor will let you know if you are seeing something that is new to CC.