Adobe After Effects for Beginners
Get your start using the most popular tool on the market for motion graphics, visual effects and compositing—Adobe After Effects CC—with our FREE online live and interactive workshop! Produced by Future Media Concepts (FMC) in collaboration with Adobe, this 3-hour session is designed for those who are making their first steps as motion designers, video editors and Adobe After Effects users.
Adobe Premiere Pro CC for Beginner Editors
Get your start using one of the fastest growing video editing platforms on the market—Adobe Premiere Pro CC—with our FREE online live and interactive workshop! Produced by Future Media Concepts (FMC) in collaboration with Adobe, this 3-hour session is designed for new video editors and Adobe Premiere Pro users.
After Effects for Video Editors
Take your editing skills to the next step using the vast array of After Effects tools.
In this in-depth training, you'll learn how to export your timeline from your favorite NLE to an open After Effects composition keeping most of your editing decisions intact. Use After Effects wide array of tools to finish and upgrade your edit and give it a final look. Create bumpers, Explainer videos, Promos and TV Interludes to communicate your graphical message more efficiently. This course is based on real world projects and designed to take you from a beginner to expert in the shortest time possible.
Particles in After Effects (based on 3rd party effects)
Get up to speed with the most popular 3rd party particles effects such as Particular, Form and Plexus to create visual effects and motion graphics elements such as rain, smoke, explosions, arrays, 3D shapes, 3D wireframes and much more. This course includes practical examples and real projects to help you master these deep effects in fun and creative way. Go beyond generating your typical particle effect and learn to use particles in new and interesting ways.
From Production to Post >> Shooting HD & 4K with Log & LUTs
Most modern HD & 4K digital camera systems allow for Log based recording. This “poor man's digital negative” gives productions a huge advantage in terms of what can be done with their footage once acquired.
In order to work effectively with Log footage you must first understand its implementation in a particular camera system, how to expose for that particular Log gamma curve and how to work with Look Up Tables (LUTs), in both production and post to make the production to post workflow successful on a project.