Chris & Trish Meyer give an extensive look at some of the great new features in After Effects CS6 on the PVC Problog. They cover the Ray-traced 3D Rendering Engine, 3D Camera Tracker, Rolling Shutter Repair, new connectivity with Mocha, Variable Mask Feathering and more. Read all about it!
Chris Meyer reveals some strange behavior which can crop up when using non-uniform scale and parenting on the same layers. In this free Lynda.com video available at the ProVideo Coalition, Mr. Meyer saves the day and offers a solution. Check it out here.
If you wanna be an AE Pro, dive into expressions!
Trish and Chris Meyer have been releasing a special chapter of their book Creating Motion Graphics with After Effects in what will ultimately be twelve installments of Deeper Modes of Expression. You can find these at their blog CMG Keyframes on the Pro Video Coalition. As the name implies this series really digs in deep and explores ways to help you make your comps dance in ways mere keyframes aren’t apt to allow easily. The eighth installment, Deeper Modes of Expression, Part 8: Going for a Loop, was posted yesterday.
John Dickinson interviews Chris and Trish Meyer, pioneers of desktop video and authors of Creating Motion Graphics, After Effects Apprentice and other books. Watch the interview here.