Adobe After Effects Training

Digital Juice Adobe After Effects Training

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Tutorials:
01. Intergalactic Planetary News Bumper
Clip 5 from the Smoke Wisps volume and clip 4 from the Smoke, Billows & Blasts volume are used to enhance the look of the futuristic Motion Design Elements in this

sequence. Subtly is key, as we give just the right touches to bring this animation together in a fun way.

02. DuMont Pen Commercial
Using clips 1, 11 & 12 from the Ink Chambers volume of the Compositor’s Toolkit, we create an artistic, jazzy environment to underscore this product advertisement. By

combining colorization and kaleidoscope techniques, we make this commercial bounce with a stylish flair.

03. Deep Water Expedition Show Promo
Utilizing clip 13 from the Water Textures volume of the Compositor’s Toolkit, we create a gripping ocean theme documentary promo. All it takes is a little text and

alpha matting to make the water texture splash through as an attention-getting detail in this high end looking sequence.

04. Fitness Showdown – Part 1
Using clips 6, 11, 12, 13 & 21 from the Paint Splashes volume of the Compositor’s Toolkit we show you how to make a hip and trendy paint splat based show open. We show

you how to not only use the paint clips as background elements but also as anchor elements for text.

05. Fitness Showdown – Part 2
Using clips 6, 11, 12, 13 & 21 from the Paint Splashes volume of the Compositor’s Toolkit we show you how to make a hip and trendy paint splat based show open. We show

you how to not only use the paint clips as background elements but also as anchor elements for text.

06. Fitness Showdown – Part 3
Using clips 6, 11, 12, 13 & 21 from the Paint Splashes volume of the Compositor’s Toolkit we show you how to make a hip and trendy paint splat based show open. We show

you how to not only use the paint clips as background elements but also as anchor elements for text.

07. Custom Ink – Part 1
Using clip 1 from the Cloud Chamber volume and Clips 1, 12 & 17 from the Ink Chamber volume, learn how to get more out of the Compositor’s Toolkit elements utilizing

luma keying and track matting techniques. We show you how to reveal and animate text and design elements without ever setting a keyframe. We also show you how to

create beautiful symmetrical design elements out of a single clip.

08. Custom Ink – Part 2
Using clip 1 from the Cloud Chamber volume and Clips 1, 12 & 17 from the Ink Chamber volume, learn how to get more out of the Compositor’s Toolkit elements utilizing

luma keying and track matting techniques. We show you how to reveal and animate text and design elements without ever setting a keyframe. We also show you how to

create beautiful symmetrical design elements out of a single clip.

09. Custom Ink – Part 3
Using clip 1 from the Cloud Chamber volume and Clips 1, 12 & 17 from the Ink Chamber volume, learn how to get more out of the Compositor’s Toolkit elements utilizing

luma keying and track matting techniques. We show you how to reveal and animate text and design elements without ever setting a keyframe. We also show you how to

create beautiful symmetrical design elements out of a single clip.

10. Billy Bike Effect
Utilizing Clip 04 from the Smoke Billows & Blasts volume of the Compositor’s Toolkit we show you how to quickly and easily create a streamline effect. With so much

resolution to play with we show you how easy it is to warp smoke and create a high end commercial spot.

11. Fast Runner
With Clip 7 from the Smoke Billows and Blasts volume of the Compositor’s Toolkit we show you how easy it is to add realistic smoke to a fast moving object.

12. Aftermath
What happens when you take clips from Smoke Billows & Blasts, Destructive Elements, Magic FX and Glass Breaks and combine them with a Digital Juice font? You get a

high powered animation in only a few clicks.

13. Inferno
Learn how to do film trailer style animations using clips from the Magic FX volume in a quick and easy step by step tutorial.

14. Ghost Hunters
Learn how to get the most out of the CTK by utilizing the power of a clips motion to drive an animation.

15. Sorcerer Fire
Grab two elements from the MagicFX volume and combine them to create a massive fireball fit for an evil sorcerer. We show you how to take multiple elements and use

blending modes to create a surreal magical effect.

16. Walking Stick FX
Find out how to take a clip from the Fine Particles volume and turn it into a magic blast fit to fight off an evil sorcerer. Utilizing various blending modes and

coloring the clip can instantly transform your shot into a magical masterpiece.

17. Animating Letters in After Effects: Making Mr. Bingo Move – Part 1
Without a doubt, Mr. Bingo is a fun looking DJ Font. In this tutorial learn how to animate individual letters using After Effects presets. Then take your font and fly

it in a 3D space for a fun animation that is virtually effortless.

18. Animating Letters in After Effects: Making Mr. Bingo Move – Part 2
Without a doubt, Mr. Bingo is a fun looking DJ Font. In this tutorial learn how to animate individual letters using After Effects presets. Then take your font and fly

it in a 3D space for a fun animation that is virtually effortless.

19. The Bunker: Shedding Light on DJ Fonts in After Effects – Part 1
In this two part tutorial Chris “Ace” Gates demonstrates how to create a background and text reveal that accentuates the look and feel of a DJ Font. Starting with the

Metal Hatch DJ Font, Chris adds a grungy background that resembles a bunker wall. With the addition of some moody color changes and lighting effects, the text comes

alive with an innovative wipe that brings to mind a door opening into a long hidden military bunker.

20. The Bunker: Shedding Light on DJ Fonts in After Effects – Part 2
In this two part tutorial Chris “Ace” Gates demonstrates how to create a background and text reveal that accentuates the look and feel of a DJ Font. Starting with the

Metal Hatch DJ Font, Chris adds a grungy background that resembles a bunker wall. With the addition of some moody color changes and lighting effects, the text comes

alive with an innovative wipe that brings to mind a door opening into a long hidden military bunker.

21. Making DJ Fonts Look 3D in After Effects
After Effects makes it easy to work with 2D objects in a 3D space. Just drop your rendered DJ Fonts onto the AE composition and you are ready to go. However, if you

rotate your DJ Font text too much it will lose it’s 3D look. Fear not, for in this tutorial we show you two separate After Effects techniques that will allow you to

easily extrude your DJ Fonts into 3D space so that they look like professionally made 3D models from any angle.

22. Creating Movie Quality Title Effects
Create an action packed movie title sequence using Compositor’s Toolkit Magic FX and the Brushed Metal Font from DJ Fonts. Learn to enliven your title with streams of

fire, glint, lighting effects and animation.

23. Creating a Splat-acular Bumper
It’s the little things that make this animation work well. Learn to tweak out a DJ Font as well as apply lighting and camera dimensional tricks to compliment the

grungy feel of Paint Splatters from Compositor’s Studio.

24. Using Compositor’s Toolkit Particles
Learn how to creatively speed ramp and warp Fine Particles and Snow effects from Compositor’s Toolkit into a swirling, glowing backdrop that nicely complement a simple

DJ Fonts logo.

25. 3D DJ Fonts with Shadows: Lonely Road Home
Take a DJ Font, make it 3D and with a little help from After Effects lighting and camera effects, turn the text into a film noir logo that casts deep shadows on a

lonesome highway.

26. Mirroring Magic With Ink Elements: Kaleidescopic!
In this tutorial learn how to take one of the ink elements from the Compositor’s Toolkit and turn it into a kaleidescopic motion design element.

27. Compositor’s Toolkit Rocks! Music Video Effects
In this fast paced tutorial learn three separate techniques to incorporate Compositor’s Toolkit elements with your own live action footage for a fun and hip look.

28. Using Lower Thirds Behind Logos
When is a lower third not a lower third? Any time you choose to be creative. In this tutorial learn how to turn a lower third into a background element for an animated

logo in After Effects.

29. Creating Revealers with CTK Elements in After Effects
In this tutorial, learn to add a sense of mysticism to your project by using Compositor’s Toolkit smoke elements to reveal a background image, animation or video in

After Effects.

30. Combine Speed Ramping and Masking
Combine speed ramping and masking in After Effects to create a broadcast quality video sequence featuring VideoTraxx HD, DJ Fonts & Editor’s Toolbox.

31. Putting Animations Inside Your DJ Fonts
Starting with a glass style DJ Font, Chris “Ace” Gates steps you through the process of making it snow inside the letters using Compositor’s Toolkit snow elements and

After Effects.

32. No Alpha? No Problem: Xtracting Mattes
Not every animation in your project is going to come ready-made with an alpha channel. In this tutorial, learn how to quickly create a matte for animated falling snow

in After Effects.

33. Creating a DVD Menu in After Effects: FACE PUNCH
Mixing DJ Fonts, VideoTraxx HD, Compositor’s Toolkit and a little creativity, you can easily make a professional and fun DVD menu.

34. Single and Multi-Point Tracking: Stay on Track
Learn the basics of the After Effects tracker through the use of single and multi-point tracking techniques.

35. Kinetic Typography: Feeling Lucky?
Make your text come alive with kinetic typography in After Effects. Learn to make it scroll, rotate and zoom for a dynamic look that catches the eye.

36. Anatomy of a Motion Designer’s Toolkit Project
In this tutorial learn how to work with the After Effects project files and Adobe Illustrator vector images provided with Motion Designer’s Toolkit.

37. Making Lady Jane shine with Motion Designer’s Toolkit
In this tutorial, learn to use Motion Designer’s Toolkit elements along with a Compositor’s Toolkit element to create a movie title that incorporates vignetting, light

effects and 3D camera moves.

38. Making the Girl’s Club Logo – Inside the MDT Promo Part 1
Coming on the heals of the popular Motion Designer’s Toolkit “Creativity Defined” promotional video comes this training session that will guide you through the process

of recreating the “Girl’s Club” animated sequence that is featured in the video.

39. Picture Perfect – Inside the MDT Promo Part 2
In this tutorial learn to make the DJ Picture Perfect animation from the Motion Designer’s Toolkit “Creativity Defined” video using premade elements from Motion

Designer’ Toolkit. You’ll be surprised how easy it is to make such a complex, professional looking animation.

40. Xtreme Angles – Inside the MDT Promo Part 3
So you think those high-energy show opens are outside of your ability? You’ll be surprised how easy they can be with the pre-animated elements from Motion Designer’s

Toolkit and a little expert guidance.

41. Custom Lower Third Creation with Motion Designer’s Toolkit: Funkbox Crew – Inside the MDT Promo Part 4
It’s always interesting to learn new motion design techniques. While this training session starts out by trying to recreate an animation from the Motion Designer’s

Toolkit promo video, a timely discovery proves that sometimes you can improve on the original.

42. Creating The Perfect Wedding Album – Part 1
Learn to create the album cover and pages of a professional looking wedding album video. This part 1 of a 2 part tutorial covers the proper use of subtle textures and

the integration of Motion Designer’s Toolkit elements into your project to create a timeless look. Part 2 is coming soon.

43. Creating The Perfect Wedding Album – Part 2
In this Part 2 of “Making the Perfect Wedding Album”, learn how to create the camera animations and other effects required to zoom in on the wedding photos and

simulate a page flip. The loopable project makes it easy to switch out elements to support page after page of photos.

44. Compositor’s Toolkit, Motion Designer’s Toolkit & True 3D Text
This tutorial covers a mixed bag of Compositer’s Toolkit, Motion Designer’s Toolkit, Photoshop, After Effects and the available-for-free 3D application known as

Blender. No more fakes, no more cheats, now you get to learn how to incorporate true 3D techniques inside After Effects.

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