Luis Maymi - April 08th, 2013
Adobe Systems Inc, and MAXON, the developer of CINEMA 4D, announced they have entered into a strategic alliance to give users a seamless 2D/3D foundation.
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Hello, I am new to this site and am hoping to learn quite a bit from the expertise of those that I've seen post on here. I would appreciate any kind of advice or knowledge you may have, and I look forward to learning more and more as I go along.
Hi everyone, I would like to know if anyone knows a way to replicate the health bars from Metal Gear Solid in Adobe After effects?
Im new to the program, only know a few things here and there. If someone could please explain/walkthrough with me on how to replicate this I would greatly appreciate it.
So, I will be shooting a wedding this weekend. Using a Canon 60D which is AVCHD format. It shoots in 24p and 30p at full res.
Then I have a Sony V1U video camera which also shoots 24p and 30p. I was at a workshop this weekend and they said I should be shooting everything at 24p. The part I'm confused about is the ceremony and speeches.
Mike Wilhelm - May 16th, 2012
I am going to make this as detailed as possible for you guys to answer...
What I am trying to do:
I am trying to make credits.
To do this I have created a very long image. (1551x10717).
My plan is to take this image, and pan the camera down from the top, and
gradually go down to the bottom.
What I did so far:
Step 1: I created a new sequence with the image.
Step 2: I put the Duration for 216 seconds. (That is how long I want it)
Step 3: I put in a position key frame from 0-200.
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