Поиск

Интересное

FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08

FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08

Free Video Tutorials for Adobe After Effects: AE.TUTSPLUS.COM - Vol.8
» Tuts+ Network - Home
» After Effects Tutorials - Aetuts+ - Home
» Tutorials - Aetuts+
*********************************************************
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08

Aetuts+ is a site made to house and showcase some of the best After Effects tutorials around. We publish tutorials that not only produce great effects, but explain them in a friendly, approachable manner. We also stock up links to tutorials, articles, presets and plugins from around the web to help you get the most out of After Effects.
*********************************************************

FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08

*********************************************************
167. Realistic Fog Without 3rd Party Plug-ins
Creating atmospheres within a 3d app can be tricky and there are often times when you just need a quick turn around without having to worry about render time. Today we’re gonna look at how to create realistic looking fog without the use of ANY 3rd party plug-ins. Enjoy!

Author:
I live in Nepal and work as a lead artist for composition and fx for IRAS, my studio. You can visit my blog at here.

168. Turn Out Something New By Rotating Boxes
In this tutorial I am going to show you how to create a very nice animation based in solids by using very simple effects and camera movements. All of this will be done totally inside After Effects and using nothing else than solids, rotations and camera postions. We will learn how to put a small box inside a bigger box to display you images or 3D elements in a cool way.

Author:
I am from Costa Rica, currently working for a publicitary group in my city, I have been working with AE for 2 years now and 3 as editor (Adobe Premier, Final Cut Pro, Live Type), I have been doing some graphic design as well and I do complement with web development. I am quite new animation/motion work wise, but as many of you I still learning and learning a bit more everyday, thanks to web sites like AEtuts+.com. You can check my stuff here http://www.vimeo.com/user2059676/videos (some is original, some is not)

169. Simulate An Advanced Muzzle Flash
In this tutorial we’ll talk about the most realistic way (in my opinion) to go about making muzzle flashes for machine guns and pistols. Muzzle flashes, smoke, light simulation, slide action, and shells are all a must!

Author:
Hey my name is Clinton Jones and I'm currently 18 years old. I got into VFX and Motion Graphics about 3 and half years ago and have been learning ever since! You can check out my work at

170. How To Keep Your Color Presets
Have you always wanted to create your own color presets? Now you can! Make your own complete library of easily adjustable color effects with this new tutorial. From levels to hue and saturation, you can now have full control over the complete look of your scene. Do you want the scene to be a rainy day or a warm summer? Lets take a look!

Author:
Hello, my name is Hugo Tromp and I'm a 3d artist. I love working with 3ds Max, but I also work with software like Maya, and for Photoshop post production. I've been in the CG world for only 3 years or so, but I enjoy every aspect of modeling, animating, and compositing, and always strive to stand out and be creative! I also love making music.

171. Chomp Out Your Own Pac Man Animation – Part 1
This 2 part tutorial is a simulated Pac Man animation as he navigates a maze and gobbles dots along the way… with ghost chasers. The tutorial will include guidelines on building the components in Photoshop or Illustrator and then integrating them into AE to animate Pac Man. This is more of a design project that incorporates many of the foundational skills associated with AE; pre-comps, transformations, layer masks, etc.

Author:
Russ is an Associate Professor at The Art Institute of Phoenix where he teaches in the areas of Digital Film Production, Video Production, and Computer Graphics. He maintains a consulting business, assisting businesses and organizations with video and multimedia projects.

172. Chomp Out Your Own Pac Man Animation – Part 2
This 2 part tutorial is a simulated Pac Man animation as he navigates a maze and gobbles dots along the way… with ghost chasers. The tutorial will include guidelines on building the components in Photoshop or Illustrator and then integrating them into AE to animate Pac Man. This is more of a design project that incorporates many of the foundational skills associated with AE; pre-comps, transformations, layer masks, etc.

Author:
Russ is an Associate Professor at The Art Institute of Phoenix where he teaches in the areas of Digital Film Production, Video Production, and Computer Graphics. He maintains a consulting business, assisting businesses and organizations with video and multimedia projects.

173. Put Out Realistic Candle Smoke
In this tutorial we’ll be going into Tracode Particular’s settings to generate a smoke like result that has a realistic movement wisping through the air. There are lots of Particular tutorials available, but this guy has some really practical uses.

Author:
I'm a 21 years old motion graphics designer from Bulgaria. I have 2 years of professional experience behind my back. Most of my time I spend working for a small TV company. In my spare time I work as a freelancer and create video tutorials related to After Effects for our site.

174. Interlaced Footage Demystified
I decided to record this video, because I noticed that there are many After Effects artists who don’t know how to deal with interlaced video to be delivered to television. Many of us treat the interlaced feature of the footage as something that has to be removed at once. Don’t de-interlace everything you get. When you deliver something to TV, you can benefit from interlacing.
In this tutorial I try to explain what interlacing really means, why the television works this way, and how we should deal with the interlaced nature of TV. Did you know that progressive footage may sometimes be rejected by the TV station? Why does your footage look a bit different on a TV set, even if it is progressive LCD or plasma? Why do TV shows look different than movies? Is this only because of the color correction? I try to answer those questions. Simple as that. Don’t expect to see any fancy, exiting techniques. Just knowledge that may help you not to make little mistakes.

Author:
Co-owner of Lemon Film Studio Warsaw, Poland Self-taught After Effects artist, 3D animator, editor.

175. Dive Into A HUD Diver Mask Animation – Day 1
This 2 Part Tutorial aims to show various techniques used to create an imaginary hi-tech divers mask, as seen from the divers viewpoint.In Day 1, I will show how to create the graphical elements that form the basis of all the in-visor display systems. These will be done in Adobe Illustrator, but the same techniques can be used in After Effects.Then I’ll show how I created the glass warping effects used to simulate a 3d glass wraparound visor, and also put some water droplets onto the outside of the glass.

Author:
I have been editing audio/video for over 20years, working across a wide range of genres...commercials, animation, news & current affairs, etc. I currently do all the post production work for Character Options tv commercials, which whilst UK based, do get seen around the globe under various other brand names.

176. Dive Into A HUD Diver Mask Animation – Day 2
This 2 Part Tutorial aims to show various techniques used to create an imaginary hi-tech divers mask, as seen from the divers viewpoint.In Day 2, the bubbles caused by the diver breathing will be simulated and then the final task will be to bring in the graphical elements and treat them to look like light projections on the inside of the mask.The same effect was used on three variations of the same teaser advert, in May 2009, when the company I work for, Character Options, launched a brand new range of Military based action figures.Thanks also go to the team at Mark TV in Italy, who did an amazing job building the sets and shooting the commercials.

Author:
I have been editing audio/video for over 20years, working across a wide range of genres...commercials, animation, news & current affairs, etc. I currently do all the post production work for Character Options tv commercials, which whilst UK based, do get seen around the globe under various other brand names.

177. Use A Jello-Jiggly Expression – Quick Tip
In this Quick Tip, Ewan is going to run you through inserting an expression to the properties of an object to give it a Jello-like Wiggle. For other fun expressions check out MotionScript.com.

Author:
An ex-fruitpicker, oil rig technician, illustrator, musician, and teacher Ewan Smith is now a motion graphics artist and web designer based in Scotland, although his mother constantly reminds him it's never too late to get a 'proper job'...

178. Extending Your Set With Cinema 4D
Aluminum frames abound! In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to extend your background using a small portable green screen and a little help from Cinema 4D to create large virtual 3d buildings. This technique has endless options… enjoy!

Author:
This author has yet to write their bio.

179. Fluidic Designs Using Particular
This tutorial is based on the Hyundai i45 tv commercial. The effect is rain falling in the shape of various designs, onto a vehichle. The tvc uses a real-world rain rig with a computer driven water delivery system, however we will be showing you how to create the same effect using only After Effects and Particular.

Author:
Dave Scotland has over 12 years of CG production knowledge and experience, working for some of the biggest clients in the entertainment industry including, Disney, Warner Bros. and Plastic Wax, just to name a few. He is the creator of CG Swot and is dedicated to bringing CG knowledge to anyone interested in learning... Dave started out, in production, as a 3D Animator and Technical Director before moving into the world of Compositing, Digital Visual Effects and Motion Graphics. Throughout his career, Dave has been drawn to the process of sharing his knowledge with others and has a definite gift for teaching quite technical procedures and techniques to both experienced and novice operators.

180. An Inside Look At OpenGL Within After Effects
In this video we’re going to take a look on how important performance is. We’ll be talking about what OpenGL is and how the new graphics cards Quadro from Nvidia can increase our performance dramatically. For more information, check out “Adobe’s Help Files”.

Author:
I'm a 21 years old motion graphics designer from Bulgaria. I have 2 years of professional experience behind my back. Most of my time I spend working for a small TV company. In my spare time I work as a freelancer and create video tutorials related to After Effects for our site.

181. Accessing “Right To Left” Languages Within After Effects
Right to left languages are widely used in After Effects, but traditionally these languages are not treated like text in After Effects. We have to instead covert them to vector graphics which limit many possibilities that are only possible with text layers. In this Quick Tip we will learn to enable languages and manipulate “RTL” text right within After Effects. This tutorial is for After Effects CS4 and the preview video for this tutorial is just to show the capabilities of RTL languages in After Effects. I will not be discussing how to achieve this effect.

Author:
Saqib Naqvi is freelance News Producer in Associated Press TV News in Islamabad Bureau Pakistan. He enjoys experimenting with motion graphics because it is his one of the best tools in post production, documentaries, and features. He is addicted to playing around with After Effects.

182. Control A 3D Deck of Cards Like Magic
In this tutorial we’ll be creating a Card deck that unfolds and a chosen card that rises up. We’ll be creating lots of expressions and i will show you an handy trick that will show another image on the front and backfacing of a layer.

Author:
Jorrit is young guy that is interested in VFX & motion Graphics, and loves messing around in After Effects, 3Ds Max and such. he is also active on aenhancers.com creating awesome presets for free. Follow Jorrit on twitter.

183. Move Forward Using A Multi-Limb Walk Cycle
Have you ever wanted to animate a spider or crab walk cycle? In this tutorial you will learn a very useful and simple technique that will help you animate a walk cycle for creatures with anywhere from 2 to 200 limbs.

Author:
Ran Ben Avraham is post production artist working mainly in the fields of motion design and visual effects. He is a freelancer from Israel, and also runs tophateffects.com/, an AE templates website, designated for the visual effects industry.

184. Put Your Face Onto An Inanimate Object
There have been a lot of YouTube videos posted lately with faces superimposed onto objects like The Annoying Orange. Now you can learn how to put your face onto things an apple within After Effects. This tutorial will show you everything you need from tracking to creating the reflection. Have Fun!

Author:
I'm from Munich, Germany. I'm a freelance web designer, motion graphics artist and film maker. I love it to work with After Effects, Cinema 4D and Photoshop. Check some of my projects at Video Hive.

185. Enter The Matrix Using Particular 2
I was recently asked to create the Matrix “raining code” effect, but the only help I could find was a 40 minute tutorial which was not very helpful, because it was layer based and very time consuming. After thinking about it, I thought, “Why not do it in After Effects with Particular?”. I gave it a few tries, and voila, it worked. After that I created this tutorial. I hope you enjoy it, and will learn something.

Author:
I've been fascinated with 3D since I was 15 so I started to study Digital Film and Animation. After school, I started doing work for several production companies. Now I specialize in product visualization, 3D modeling, visual effects, and motion design.

186. Formatting Your Videos for Triplewide Display
Triplewide content is a new form of presenting content in multiple venues, be it live performances or even in the church. Because of how new it is, many people aren’t quite sure what it is or how to format their content. This tutorial will explain what Triplewide Content actually is and how to format it for optimal playback. Enjoy!

Author:
Nathaniel is a young creative who recently graduated from Florida State University. He has a degree in Media and Communication Studies, which means that he knows how to talk to you a bunch of different ways. He is primarily a graphic designer, but also loves delving into motion design. He is passionate about design and his faith in Jesus.

187. Put Together a Slick Mustang Assembly
Today we will create a cool reconstruction of a Mustang in 3D space with lights and a camera movement. This tutorial will show you how to animate the layers and generate an attractive, dynamic result.

Author:
I'm a French motion designer currently working in Paris. I've been working in advertising since 2006, specialized in video post-production. Creative, with the French touch, animation is my game.

188. Program A Fallout 3 “Pipboy” Touch Screen – Day 1
In Day 1 we’ll go over how to set up the shot to add a CG screen on a cell phone, GPS, or anything with a screen. It really looks cool when you do it on something portable though. We’re making a pipboy so we’ll go over how to mimick the pipboy look as far as style, color, and feel. So get ready to build build build!

Author:
Hey my name is Clinton Jones and I'm currently 18 years old. I got into VFX and Motion Graphics about 3 and half years ago and have been learning ever since! You can check out my work at

189. Program A Fallout 3 “Pipboy” Touch Screen – Day 2
In Day 2 we’ll finish up the building of the pipboy screens. Then we’ll talk about how were going to transition between the first and second screen. We’ll animate and keyframe the layers. DON”T FORGET MOTION BLUR!!! Once we finally build the 2 screens and animate them, we’ll add some final detail to the screens like noise and grunge. And finally we’ll motion track the screen onto our live action footage. Thanks for watching guys.

Author:
Hey my name is Clinton Jones and I'm currently 18 years old. I got into VFX and Motion Graphics about 3 and half years ago and have been learning ever since! You can check out my work at

190. Focus On Making A Simulated Microscope Field of View
I created this Microscope’s Field of View using 3 particle systems. The Base Layer is a water animation created using a fractal noise; the first level of particles is created using CC Particle World and it’s meant to look like quickly-moving bubbles. The Second Level of particles is created using Particular with a custom designed sprite, and is meant to look like a microscopic organism. The Third Set of particles are also created using Particular, and are added to mimic more floating debris. Finally, an arrow indicator is added to accurately simulate a microscope’s FOV.

Author:
Grayson Honan is a young technology enthusiast with a background in film making. His desire to improve the quality of his films has driven him to learn After Effects. Grayson's After Effects work can be found at his Vimeo page, and his less serious work can be viewed on his Youtube Channel.

191. Ignite A Sizzlin’ Hot Fire Burst
Have Fire? Have People? Have desire to be awesome? Learn to composite stock footage of various fire elements and have your friends burst into flames. In addition, learn to use the fire as a displacement map to create a unique “Heat Haze” effect from the fire.

Author:
At 21 years of age, I'm a student at the University of Portland studying to become a Mechanical Engineer. However, I've had a passion for film and video effects all my life but have only been delving into the world of After Effects for the last year or so. I love making videos that rock and have energy to them, so I display them on my youtube page for all to see.

*********************************************************

FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08

FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08

*********************************************************
REUPLOAD
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08
*********************************************************
Размер: 3.48 Gb [UnRar 4.40 Gb]
*********************************************************
Пароль/Password: St

File: fvtae-aetutsplus08.part01.rar
Size: 524288000 bytes
MD5: B2C89FB6497955EC0379CBBDAC84CEB9
SHA1: 6B6F13808BF6168C392BE43841D718C14081A229
CRC32: 6B6C42B6

File: fvtae-aetutsplus08.part02.rar
Size: 524288000 bytes
MD5: 2DE4B3A3E6329E9647B1C9483C606E98
SHA1: DDE5C05D4CF0F8EB3092E2CFD3AC0A526732354D
CRC32: 9A7AABED

File: fvtae-aetutsplus08.part03.rar
Size: 524288000 bytes
MD5: B1F4C553FCB6F94B922BB94091AD9E2B
SHA1: 39F32A14671ED62974F0483C1AE5FD1D778FCE86
CRC32: A4DA6BB7

File: fvtae-aetutsplus08.part04.rar
Size: 524288000 bytes
MD5: 14276617C1F143A22E979FFA23F89AC4
SHA1: 52640F57BE6F77712A441C201B61ECCA77109771
CRC32: 1FA1F346

File: fvtae-aetutsplus08.part05.rar
Size: 524288000 bytes
MD5: 98BB7C7498FDAD4D0DABDC8610B1C51C
SHA1: 340B2EC58744775042D733B673553C3CB111500A
CRC32: 52013A0B

File: fvtae-aetutsplus08.part06.rar
Size: 524288000 bytes
MD5: 406E14895DC0833B621BD4A4BB2E0B98
SHA1: F48590AAB8B41E162221C9F0A600AE0A82C01B50
CRC32: B40627AB

File: fvtae-aetutsplus08.part07.rar
Size: 524288000 bytes
MD5: C9A7F1DC233D6E52AC25B94B6CDF6493
SHA1: 6327356A10D03DCE1F128ABE80106B65ED675C09
CRC32: 5B70CD58

File: fvtae-aetutsplus08.part08.rar
Size: 75519532 bytes
MD5: C7396D2AA35DFCA0AAB09C59C437FACE
SHA1: 56B91C057E10DE23D037452BF1BC39223A0F1A87
CRC32: 441D93ED

FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.08

Другие новости по теме:

Награды:

спасибо )

Информация

Посетители, находящиеся в группе Вне строя, не могут оставлять комментарии к данной публикации.