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Introduction to 3D in After Effects (Digital Tutors)

11-06-2014, 05:14   |   Category: Tutorials



Introduction to 3D in After Effects (Digital Tutors)
1h 9m | Level : Beginner | Project Files Included | 369 MB | Software used : After Effects CC 12.0

In this tutorial, we will explore many of the 3D features available in Adobe After Effects.
We will start by taking 2D layers and converting them to 3D, which unlocks new attributes and adjustable properties. We'll create lights and shadows in our 3D world and we'll go over how we can create a 3D camera and manipulate it manually or by creating rigs that control movement and focus. We'll finish by learning about the Ray-traced 3D renderer and the features that you can utilize using ray-traced such as shape layer and text extrusion, bending footage, reflection and transparency.


This training will touch on the basics for working with 3D space in After Effects so you can take these principals and apply them in your own projects.

Topic will learn:

1. Introduction and project overview 00:51
2. Converting 2D layers to 3D in After Effects 08:25
3. Creating 3D lights and shadows in After Effects 09:27
4. Understanding how 2D and 3D layers work together 04:02
5. Precomposing 3D layers and collapsing transformations 05:43
6. Creating 3D cameras in After Effects 07:22
7. Using a null object to control 3D camera movement 07:09
8. Understanding various 3D camera settings 09:51
9. Exploring the Ray-Traced 3D renderer 09:24
10. Utilizing material options with the Ray-Traced 3D renderer 07:20

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