26 Useful Tricks in After Effects You May Not Know About – Part 4 of 5

26 Useful Tricks in After Effects You May Not Know About – Part 4 of 5
01. 00:26 CC Composite
02. 02:43 Sequence Layers
03. 04:49 Layer Reveal in Explorer/Finder
04. 05:18 Importing Files Into Timeline from Explorer/Finder
05. 05:37 Tool Creates Masks
06. 06:36 Mask Feather Tool
07. 07:55 Mask Opacity
08. 08:27 Toggle Masks and Shape Path Visibility
09. 09:26 Snapshots
10. 11:15 Animating Text Along A Path
11. 12:28 New Comp from Selection
12. 13:12 Trim Comp to Work Area
13. 13:40 Cycle Project Color Depth
14. 14:05 Crop Comp to Region of Interest
15. 14:31 CC Vignette
16. 15:38 Detail Preserving Upscale
17. 17:06 Pixel Motion Blur
18. 17:59 Show Overlays and Layer Controls in Ram Preview
19. 18:48 Increase or Decrease Transformation of Selected Layers
20. 20:26 Add or Remove Keyframe at Current Time.
21. 21:40 Altering Multiple Keyframes
22. 23:26 Show only Material Options Property Group
23. 24:17 Looping Animation
24. 25:52 Convert Audio to Keyframes
25. 27:46 Reducing Solids
26. 29:38 Save When Starting Render Queue

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About the author:

Sergei Prokhnevskiy

Sergei Prokhnevskiy is a Charlotte, NC based motion graphics designer, an online tutor, an entrepreneur, and Adobe MAX Master Speaker. Sergei is known for his quick and practical After Effects tips and tricks on YouTube, where he generated well over 6 million views on his tutorials. He has authored an online video course on After Effects Expressions and developed scripts for After Effects. He is also a former senior motion graphics designer at Fox Sports where he worked on graphics for NFL, Super Bowl, MLB, World Series, College Football, NASCAR, Women’s World Cup, and NASCAR Race Hub. He is very passionate about learning and teaching others.


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