Digital-Tutors – What’s New in After Effects CS5.5
1 hrs. 20 min. |Released on September 1, 2011 |Project Files Included (130 MB)
Required Software: After Effects CS5.5
In this series of lessons we’ll learn how to use the great new features in After Effects CS5.5 to speed up our projects and unleash a new level of control.
We’ll begin this project by looking at the new vibrance and black and white effects, which allow us new creative controls. Then we’ll look at the new Camera Lens Blur and 3D Camera Depth of Field blur features, which are vastly improved and allow for natural bokeh and depth blurs. Then we’ll learn how to quickly do repetitive placement tasks using the align panel. Then we’ll learn how to use the new 3d light falloff features to create more realistic lighting. Then we’ll take some time examining the new Warp Stabilizer effect which stabilizes footage quickly and cleanly in a matter of clicks. Finally, we’ll examine the new Stereoscopic 3D camera rig and how we can use it with our 3d projects for a quick stereo experience.
10 videos in this course
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