Learn how to best export your animation as a GIF, whether you are on Windows or Mac OS, using Adobe After Effects and Adobe Media encoder. There are many ways to create a GIF and even more limitations when it comes to posting it on social media.
In this class, I'll go through the process of creating encoding presets, you can use to render out your GIF, what to look out for regarding duration, social media platform and GIF format limitations!
This class will enhance your understanding of the Animated GIF Format, social media requirements and frame rates sizes. I will cover techniques from setting up your work area, to exporting your animation to different formats. You will learn some animation basics, using frame rates to your advantage, file and naming structures – and how this will improve your animations.
This class is perfect for anyone wanting to become more efficient in animation using expression to set up automatic behaviours.
You will animate a looping scene that you can share online! You will write expressions, use the pick whip tool and use slider controls. I will show you the process of a precise and efficient workflow to to get you animating faster and cleaner.
This class is the foundation for upcoming classes. You will get to grips with more complex animation, involving animating multiple scenes, characters and shapes.
Having workflow basics in mind, we will be able to focus on animation basics and get your skills to the next level.
You will not need any other software to create this animation apart from Adobe After Effects and Media Encoder.