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  • Course description
    After Effects Introduction Course

    Dates: 16/11/2012 - 14/12/2012 (20% discount)
                 14/01/2013 - 11/02/2013    
                  27/02/2013 - 27/03/2013

    Day: Fridays

    Time: 18:30 - 21:00

    Duration: 5 weeks

    Price was: £184 (Conc. £110)

    This course seeks to give you the necessary confidence to take your understanding of this amazingly versatile software one step further. This course is delivered through a set of 'real-world' projects to complete in class. With media (provided on the course CD) and comprehensive accompanying notes, you should be able to re-create the projects completed in class at home on your own system.

    Upon completing this course, you will:
    • Understand where After Effects is placed in the media workflow
    • Be able to animate the main layer properties of a project over time using keyframes and basic helpers, such as the wiggler
    • Be aware of the difficulties of editing in After Effects
    • Have a basic understanding of layers and compositions
    • Be able to create and edit masks and their properties
    • Know how to apply effects to layers and to understand when to apply adjustment layers
    • Be able to nest compositions
    • Have a basic understanding of expressions
    • Have an understanding of the paint and clone tools
    • Be able to perform basic motion tracking in video footage
    • Be confident in creating and manipulating text
    • Be able to use the render queue to export multiple versions of completed work
    Students will need at least a basic understanding of an editing software package and/or another digital media creation software package (for example, Adobe Photoshop,  Illustrator,
    Flash and so on). Students should be fluent in English.

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