After Effects

October 14, 2013 § Leave a comment

Thinking & Practice Tutorial 14/10/13

This session was on how to use After Effects. A series of files was imported into Adobe After Effects and created a new composition. Once the files were re-ordered and stacked in a way so that you do not just see the initial file, we inserted a title to the beginning and end frame. The titles then had their opacity adjusted (the beginning title at the start, and the last title at the end) to create a fade in/fade out effect. The file was then rendered and exported so that it appeared in the slides folder with the rest of the file, and once opened the file would play the composition complete with the fade in and fade out and all the slides in-between.

Screen Shot 2013-10-14 at 14.27.57

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