1. michaelcarungay U1 A10 Part 2

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    from Michael Carungay / Added

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    After Effects is a visual tool with a graphical user interface; you are used to interacting with it via interface elements such as menus, panels, and icons. For the most part, this is the most accessible way to work. Scripting is designed for situations in which this methodology involves tedious repetition or painstaking searching and sorting that could be automated. Scripting can be a shortcut around tedious tasks that would otherwise involve repetitious pointing and clicking. It is also useful for leveraging the power of networked rendering in situations where Watch Folder is less powerful (and less convenient to set up). See “Examples” on page 173 for examples of what scripts can do.

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    • michaelcarungay U1 A10 Part 1

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      from Michael Carungay / Added

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      After Effects is a visual tool with a graphical user interface; you are used to interacting with it via interface elements such as menus, panels, and icons. For the most part, this is the most accessible way to work. Scripting is designed for situations in which this methodology involves tedious repetition or painstaking searching and sorting that could be automated. Scripting can be a shortcut around tedious tasks that would otherwise involve repetitious pointing and clicking. It is also useful for leveraging the power of networked rendering in situations where Watch Folder is less powerful (and less convenient to set up). See “Examples” on page 173 for examples of what scripts can do.

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      • Justin Papoff_U1_A10 (Expressions)

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        I display my skills in using expressions in Adobe After Effects, with tools such as the slider control and key frames.

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        • Unit 1, Activity 10

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          from Diana H / Added

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          After Effects is a visual tool with a graphical user interface; you are used to interacting with it via interface elements such as menus, panels, and icons. For the most part, this is the most accessible way to work. Scripting is designed for situations in which this methodology involves tedious repetition or painstaking searching and sorting that could be automated. Scripting can be a shortcut around tedious tasks that would otherwise involve repetitious pointing and clicking. It is also useful for leveraging the power of networked rendering in situations where Watch Folder is less powerful (and less convenient to set up). See “Examples” on page 173 for examples of what scripts can do. The After Effects Scripting Guide demonstrates how to take procedural control of your After Effects projects via scripting. This feature set is available in Adobe® After Effects® CS3 Professional Edition. With the use of system-level scripting, you can streamline your render pipeline and avoid a lot of repetitive pointing and clicking. If you have used expressions or other JavaScript-like techniques for animating, or worked with system scripting in AppleScript or Visual Basic, you will recognize the power of application scripting in After Effects. With some practice, and with sufficient experience using the JavaScript language, you can take control of your graphics pipeline.

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          • Sneak Peek Displacement Wave_Part_02

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            from Jim DiGiovanni / Added

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            Inspired by the Coming Soon animations in movie theaters, this tutorial cover Mograph Animation using Cinema 4D (C4D), Displacement Effectors, Text Effectors, Camera Animation, Color Correction, Alpha Channels and Image Buffers

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            • Sneak Peek Displacement Wave_Part_01

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              from Jim DiGiovanni / Added

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              Inspired by the Coming Soon animations in movie theaters, this tutorial cover Mograph Animation using Cinema 4D (C4D), Displacement Effectors, Text Effectors, Camera Animation, Color Correction, Alpha Channels and Image Buffers

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              • Victor (2015)

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                from Lua Alencar / Added

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                Performance: Victor Abreu Fotografia e Edição: Lua Alencar Canção: Marque Moon, Television. Uma narrativa atemporal e onírica, na qual o espectador constrói a história a partir de folhas de papel em branco.

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                • AE Expressions Demystified: Variables Part 01

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                  from Jim DiGiovanni / Added

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                  This is Part 1 of a 4-part tutorial on how to create and use variables in expressions in After Effects. This tutorial takes the idea using variables to calculate the changing values of baseball team salary and calculates it to a Sum and an average using javascript math. Find more at: http://MotionGraphics.Academy http://SkyKingCreative.com

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                  • Drought

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                    • Puzzle Effect

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