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  1. 1. Motion Graphics and Compositing: Production Log name 1
  2. 2. 2 Production Log
  3. 3. Workspace Adobe After Effects general layout This screenshot shows the whole layout of Adobe After Effects when editing footage.
  4. 4. Workspace Adobe After Effects general layout Project area shows the material you can use or have imported Preview and effects area. You can fully render then preview what you’ve created. You can search for all your effects and choose them from this location. This is the tracker area which can be replaced with other option. Basically another quick access box with different types of effects you can use for example the tracker which I used on previous work to track a phone that showed a text message pop up. I tracked the phone so the animated pop-up would say perfectly next to the phone when the phone moved position.
  5. 5. Workspace Adobe After Effects general layout This area shows your sequence, all your files that are in the sequence, different time stamps, key frames, effects and much more. This is the most useful area in after effects and you will be using it 100% of the time. This small box is to get general information like X and Y positions of the mouse and the colours you are hovering the mouse over, it also shows the audio information. This bar shows the tool you have selected, ranging from the general cursor to the ping tool Key frames, key frames are used to keep settings the same at one point and make the progressively change as the slider point moves along the sequence towards or away from another key frame which can be set at different settings.
  6. 6. Sequence Setup Adobe premiere pro sequence.
  7. 7. Sequence Setup Adobe After effects Sequence setup Importing files is something you must know when using after effects. Importing is very easy and can be done in lots of different ways. The best way to import files is to click “file”, look for “import”, then once the options show up click “File…” this will allow take you into your documents and you can search for the file you want to import. Another way to get your documents into after effects is by finding them first then dragging them into the project box. This will import them without you having to open file making it a faster process.
  8. 8. Key Framing Key Framing: Key framing is when you click the Time-Vary stop watch, this will create the first key frame on the sequence. Multiple key frames can be create at the same time. Once the key frame is created it will have the settings it’s set at. Once you have made your first key frames you can drag the time indicator along the sequence or play the sequence to get to the point you want another key frame. Once you reach where you want the next key frame, any settings you change will create a key frame in that spot. You can change these settings as much as you want and can be used to create very create imagery. Here I have the same sequence showing what happens when you use key frames and how the image will change, because these are screenshots it doesn’t show the actual animation motion, it shows the start and the end result and how much the image has changed and moved. As you can see in the image above the time indicator is at the beginning with the original key frames and on the image below you can see that the lions head legs and general body has moved position, the foreground grass has blurred and moved position. Key frames can be used for anything including all effects. So you can be as creative as possible.
  9. 9. Layers Layers: Layers are basically layered 2D images, whatever is on top will show on top. Layers can be moved around and changed to give different objects backgrounds. In after effects layers work just the same as Photoshop but you can change them more than you can in Photoshop. One thing I’ve been doing is changing the Z axe’s of the images to make the Plant and the lion stick out in front of the background, I have done this so that I can turn them into 3D objects and make them look 3D using the camera in After Effects. When using the Orbit Camera you can see the Z axe’s of each layer and if you have changed the layers Z axe’s it will show in front of the background giving it a 3D effect. On Photoshop, layers are used to bring images to the background or foreground, you cannot make them 3D, they will always be 2D images in Photoshop, you can have as many layers as you want and you can merge the layers together.
  10. 10. Technique: Using the After Effects Camera to create 3D imagery from 2D images. The camera layer can be found by right clicking on your layers box and clicking new>Camera, this will create the Camera 1 layer. For this technique you will be using key frames to move the camera. Once you have the camera layer you will be given loads of effects you can change. If you go to the top bar and click on the Camera tool it will show 3 options which allow you to move the camera around. The Orbit Camera Tool will allow you to change the Y axe’s and will show how far forward and backward each layer is placed. The Track XY Camera Tool allows you to move the image Left, Right, Up and Down, using the key frames you can use this to create a panning effect. The Track Z Camera Tool allows you to zoom in and out, if you apply all these effects together you can make the image look 3D, first you apply the XY and Z trackers then you finish it off with the orbit camera, this will give the illusion that the image is actually 3D when it’s not.
  11. 11. Technique: Puppet Pinning Here is a sequence of images screenshot everyone second along a 5 second sequence including shot 0.
  12. 12. Technique: Motion tracking in Adobe after effects

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  • Screenshot your sequence settings

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  • Screenshot how to import assets

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