If you’re new to AE and afraid of expressions, this is a lovely introduction. Sean Frangella has put up a cool new tutorial explaining what his favorite five Expressions and gives some tips on how to use expressions for better animation. He shows ways of simplifying your workflow, including wiggle, time, and more. Good stuff.
Mikey Borup, who will be presenting at the 2014 After Effects World Conference in Seattle, shows a nightmarish mind trip of an effect showing a person splitting in two. The effect is based on an effect seen on Netflix’s Hemlock Grove. Fun stuff and it’s fairly complicated too. He uses multiple instances the Liquify Tool
I received a message from a video editor a few days ago and he was asking me how tough it was to jump from Premiere Pro CS5.5 to Premiere Pro CC. He also asked me for a few resources to help him learn. Lo and behold, today, Kevin McAuliffe publishes a guide at Doddle today.
Expect this to be a major Creative Cloud update featuring tighter integration between After Effects and Premiere Pro, plus a host of additional new features to SpeedGrade, Audition, Prelude, and Media Encoder. Steve Forde: “I’m really proud of what our team has developed for this release. Actually, I’m really proud of what multiple teams put