1. Note: If your video is standard definition, set your data rate to 2000kbps and your display resolution to either 640x480 (4:3) or 640x360 (16:9).

    For more information and tutorials, please visit: vimeo.com/help/compression

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    Edit: Yes, you can change your export resolution settings from the render out menu. However, this is where you might find unintended black bars (letterboxing) or odd pixel ratio conflicts (stretching and/ or squishing of your composition upon export). If you set your comp to your desired export settings, what you see should be what you get, in that regard.

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  2. Here is a demonstration of dinosaur rig created in After Effect with puppet tool.

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  3. Welcome, in this tutorial I'll show you how to rig a character in After Effects using the Newton plugin. First I'll walk you through the basics of setting of a character rig then move into different case studies.

    You can checkout the tutorial at AETuts+ and download the After Effects files if you're a Premium member. ae.tutsplus.com/tutorials/motion-graphics/crash-dummy-character-rigging-using-newton/

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