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Adobe After Effects tutorials: Top Six Sources

Adobe After Effects tutorials: Top Six Sources

Looking for the ideal After Effects tutorial can be time consuming. There are so many tutorials published on the internet it can be hard to find the right one. So we’ve scoured the internet and compiled our favourite resources for After Effects tutorials. 

25 years of Rebellion

25 years of Rebellion

Rebellion are the biggest independent games developer in the UK, best known for critically acclaimed games such as the Sniper Elite series and Alien Vs Predator.

Short Film Challenge screening

Short Film Challenge screening

Escape Technology will be announcing the winner of our short film challenge at the BFI in London on 30th November.

InDesign

InDesign

From books and brochures to digital magazines and iPad apps, InDesign CC helps you create pixel-perfect page designs and typography. Easily adapt layouts for multiple page sizes, screen sizes, or orientations. It’s part of Creative Cloud, so you can sync settings like keyboard shortcuts, presets, and workspaces across multiple computers.

After Effects CC

After Effects CC

Who uses Adobe After Effects? Motion graphics designers and visual effects artists use After Effects to produce intricately designed short-form content such as TV commercials, broadcast graphics, and film titles, and to create a wide range of visual effects shots. Video editors and post-production professionals use After Effects to complement nonlinear editing tools such as Adobe Premiere Pro, providing a comprehensive solution for delivering enhanced production value.

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