After Effects Apprentice 07: Parenting with Chris Meyer and Trish Meyer
MOV + Exercise Files | Duration: 1h 39min | 960x600 | Video: 30 fps 619 kbps | Audio: AAC 44KHz 122 kbps 2 stereo | 958 MB
Genre: eLearning | Level: Intermediate | Language: English
Parenting is a way to group multiple layers within the same composition inside After Effects. In this course, Chris Meyer shows how to set up a parenting chain, discusses what makes a good parent, and demonstrates several techniques using parenting, such as creating a title animation with a minimal number of keyframes, building a geometric construct, and bringing an anthropomorphic robot arm to life. Sidebar topics include avoiding a scaling gotcha with parenting and creating abstract backgrounds using the Fractal Noise effect.
• Preparing files
• Making parenting connections
• Arranging the frame and arm
• Using null objects
• Crafting anthropomorphic-style animations
• Avoiding problems with non-uniform scaling
• Animating Fractal Noise
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