Welcome to Adobe After Effects! In this lesson from David Bode's course, After Effects for Beginners, we take a closer look at the After Effects interface and learn how to use the three most important panels: Project, Composition, and Timeline. This is where you'll spend the majority of your time working in the program.
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Catch the rest of this in-depth course with an Envato Elements subscription: learn how to use After Effects from the absolute beginning, working quickly through a series of tutorials. You'll learn professional techniques and start creating great videos—Dave covers all the essentials, including tools, workflows, keyframing, comps and precomping, shapes, masks, and the animation tricks you need to get started.
More After Effects Tutorials
For more free After Effects education check out these tutorials:
- VideoWelcome to After Effects: a Quick Tour of the Interface for BeginnersJackson Couse
- VideoAfter Effects vs Premiere Pro: for Motion Graphics and Video EditingMarie Gardiner
- VideoHow to Make Look-Up Tables in After Effects and Premiere Pro (DIY Color Preset LUTs)Charles Yeager
- VideoHow to Create the VHS Look and VHS-Style Transitions in After EffectsCharles Yeager
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