After Effects training: Stereoscopic 3D Workflow English | 70 min | 1280 x 720 | 1926 kbps | 25 fps | Mp3 125 kbps 44100 Hz | 895 MB Genre: Elearning
This tutorial should provide a starting point for establishing a basic stereoscopic workflow in Adobe After Effects. Please note that this is just an exemplary workflow that you are free to modify according to your needs. For instance, "Auto Link Properties" should not generally be turned on, since it causes increased conversion and rendering times.
Year: 2009 Language: English Author: Christoph Keller Also, this tutorial is not a comprehensive explanation of the stereo scripts - only very few features are demonstrated. PART II: Processing & Editing Stereo Footage In this tutorial you'll learn how to use the stereo scripts for Adobe After Effects in order to prepare and edit stereoscopic video footage. Again, please note that this is just an exemplary workflow that you are free to modify according to your needs. Also, this tutorial is not a comprehensive explanation of the stereo scripts - only very few features are demonstrated. I highly encourage you to play around with the scripts; you'll definitely find ways in which they can help accomplishing your stereoscopic work. Admittedly, the examples in this tutorial are not too fancy (they're actually pretty ugly), but their purpose is merely to provide a technical demonstration. It's up to you to take it from here and apply this knowledge to great, ground-breaking projects. By the way, I am aware that After Effects is not an editing tool. However, you CAN (in small amounts) use it as such. Alternatively, you can adjust your footage on a shot-by-shot basis in AE, export the shots separately and edit them in a dedicated piece of software, like Premiere, Final Cut, Avid or the best of all, Windows Movie Maker. But then the process is not as fluent, since you can not interactively adjust your footage depending on what your edit requires. Prodolzhytelnost: PART I (34:44 min.), PART II (36:39 min.) Video: MP4, 1280h720, 1926 kbps, 25 fps Audio: MP3, 44100 kHz, 125 kbps, stereo (2ch).