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Getting the Lesson Files with the Kindle Edition 30. Juni 2012
Von seniorexec - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
I haven't finished using the book yet, but I've seen some complaints and problems regarding accessing the required Lesson files on reviews of the Photoshop and Illustrator CS6 books in this series, so I thought I'd give a quick guide:

1. Open the ebook in Kindle for PC.
2. Go to the last or second to last page "Where are the Lesson Files?"
3. Click the Peachpit link provided, a list of the 15 Lesson files in zip format should open in your browser.
4. DO NOT use the download all option. It opens a new window and throws a weird Java error.
5. Use the Download links on the far right side of each lesson to download each item individually.
6. Follow the book's instructions for using the downloaded lesson content.

That's it. Hope that helps.
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A Beginners-Only Learning Experience 21. Dezember 2012
Von Brian M. Stoppee - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
Since 2005, when we heard of the forthcoming Adobe Master Collection, following the Adobe-Macromedia merger, we've been on a mission to master that collection. We admit to not really feeling as if we have gotten there, yet, and that's why we devote hours every week to learn more.

We've been enamored with After Effects (AE) since 1993 when it's founder, CoSA had it, before it went to Aldus and inevitably Adobe. The learning curve for AE is a bit steep. It's not because it's a difficult app to learn. It's not. If you're already working working in Premiere Pro (Pr) you have many of the basic skills. However, AE is something of the world's largest sweetest onion which has to be unpeeled one layer at a time and some days it feels as if we'll never make it to the center of the thing.

Our primary learning resource is the Classroom in a Book (CIB) series plus Learn by Video also known as Video to Brain or V2B. To that extent, since we have studied both of them for AE CS5, this CIB is a very disappointing book. This CS6 edition is pretty much the same thing as the one for CS5. A few chapters have minor revisions. The only significant difference is that the very valuable chapter on the Roto Brush Tool, which was new for CS5, has been replaced with the new CS6 feature on the 3D Camera Tracker. However, we count 24 other significant features since CS5. We cannot recommend someone spend $38 for a 22 page chapter. Therefore, we have to think of this as a beginner's book and not a source of continuing education for existing users. That's unfortunate.

Nevertheless, for a beginner, this is a great book. After Effects tends to intimidate people not familiar with it. The first chapter guides the newcomer into overcoming concerns about the user interface (UI), as the second one gets you started with a simple project. In around two hours your comfort level with AE should be raised.

The third chapter on animating text is very applicable to the use many people have for AE. Animated type is a popular use for you to get AE creations over to Premiere Pro (Pr).

To some degree, AE is a collection of effects which the user applies to graphics. The size of the effects library is what endears professional users to it. It's also is part of the previously mentioned intimidation factor. Historically, CIB excels in not only teaching Adobe apps, it provides some enjoyable and inspiring sample visuals. This does not disappoint in this one, and the fourth chapter is a good example of that. By the time you have created and adapted some of the lesson's visuals you can feel like you're on your way to not just learning AE but your mind ought to be in gear as to what you can create on your own.

A couple decades ago, whacky music videos had visuals which moved across the screen in bits and pieces. The lessons in chapter five remind us of that. Still, it achieves the goal of mastering more AE features including an audio track.

When you hear the AE term of "Layers" it's easy to think, "I know all of that from Photoshop." (or another Adobe app). Nothing could be further from the truth and chapter six dives even deeper. If you're not familiar with what are known as a "track matte" and "traveling mattes" you will complete this chapter feeling empowered.

Masking in any Adobe app tends to scare prospective users. If you're among them, consider the seventh chapter as the "Get Over It" lesson set. The CIB gently guides you through the masking modes and makes everything feel doable and tosses in a little bit of Roto Brush work.

If you've worked with the Puppet Tool in Photoshop (Ps), the eighth chapter will leave you right at home, as well it should. Ps pretty much adapted that feature set from AE. If the concept is a bit foreign to you, these lessons will dissolve any concerns you may have.

The ninth chapter's name of "Color Correction" only tells a portion of the story. We call it "Doing Photoshop Stuff." You'll recolor and replace a background as well as the expected corrections.

If you're not used to working in 3D with Photoshop and/or Illustrator, chapter ten is going to take a little extra study. Even if you're up to speed on those apps, you're walking down a new street with this one. You'll need to have mastered the tenth chapter before you move onto the eleventh or you're going to feel a bit lost. It's worth noting that the projects for these two chapters are not all that exciting unlike what we're used to in the CIB series. When there are more challenging lessons it's always nice if the project you create is something really cool.

The twelfth chapter, the new one, is about the new 3D Camera Tracker. That feature set is magic in itself. When a clip has motion and you're trying to add a 3D element which coordinates with all the camera elements, you need your creation match that motion. AE now gives you that power. That sounds difficult but this chapter makes it come together and feel very doable.

By the time you get to chapter 13, some of the finer and a bit more complex features are introduced. These are things like the warp stabilizer, moving and resizing track points, the particle simulator, or timewarp effect. We figure just reading that sentence makes you think, "Huh?" It's not all that difficult and the lessons walk you through them with ease.

If you're up to speed on video technologies or you've already exported projects in Premiere Pro or Adobe Media Encoder, you can breeze through the fourteenth chapter. However, if it's all new to you, you'll need to study this one carefully. It goes in a different direction than the rest of the book. However, it's essential.

For reasons we stated earlier in this review, this CIB is not our favorite. It doesn't seem as if as big an effort has been put into this one and we have come to expect excellence from every CIB. We can't say that this one's excellent. Even if we skip the fact that we see this as a must-miss if you follow each edition as new versions are released, we don't want to give it 5 stars but feel beginners might miss out on a much needed learning experience if we downgraded it to 4 stars or less. We give it a 4.5 but the amazon system forces us to rounded it up to 5 stars.
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For one of the most complex programs ever... this is the perfect first step! 22. Oktober 2012
Von N. Schale - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
The Classroom in Book series is fantastic for taking people with no knowledge of the subject matter and getting them up and running in one quick read. I love the format of the Classroom in a Book series as they start each chapter with what you can expect to learn and approximately how long it will take. The steps are napoleon corporal clear and at the end there is a short non-intimidating quiz to review. Classroom... in a book.

Make no mistake about it, After Effects is one of the programs that goes WAY down the rabbit hole. Seriously so much can be done with this software you will need a lot of books, tutorials, experience, and if you can get a mentor, grab two. That being said, we all start somewhere. Before jumping to video copilot or even Lynda the Classroom in a Book fro After Effect CS6 will get you up and running pretty quickly. I recommend it as a good first step into an amazing world!
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Only Teaches the Pressing of Keys 20. Juni 2013
Von Louis Barbarelli - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
This book is an incredibly weak companion to the sophisticated software it purports to teach. Each lesson is nothing more than a series of "press this this, type this, click that" instructions with very little explanation of what you're actually doing and why you're doing it.

Another puzzling approach is that the steps usually involve the typing of positional and rotational coordinates as opposed to the more intuitive use of visual motion paths to plot the movement of objects. It's like telling you to type in the latitudinal and longitudinal coordinates of Dallas and Houston on a map instead of just connecting them by dragging a line from one to the other.

Press-type-and-click instructions can be very useful to show you how to actually execute the features of an application such as After Effects, but, without some explanation of the "whys," you're learning almost nothing. It's like trying to learn to play piano by being told which keys to press or learning to paint by using a paint-by-the-numbers canvas.

It's amazing to me how Adobe could give its blessings to such an inferior book about such a superior product. They need a better book.
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Surprised it didn't cover green screen 2. April 2013
Von PJ Winners - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
This was my first Classroom in a Book, so it was a surprise to realize it will only walk you through a group of projects, but there isn't a lot of WHY and explaining that You would use this tool vs. this tool for that. But for special effects software, you'd think Green Screen / Chroma Key would be one of the major topics covered - it's not in the book at all! Thank goodness for the various kind people who post tutorials on YouTube (ShootYourFriends is a great channel.)

So, this book does walk you through some pretty involved projects step by step, and if you analyze what you are doing, you can learn the concepts. But the book assumes you have some glancing familiarity with Adobe products already. (HOW do you zoom in to see your picture better on the screen? I found one way, but I know someone said there's a short-cut.) The book tells you up-front that it's not the definitive guide. I'd like to know what is, though; Adobe's Help files aren't. Still a good product and a lot of good learning.

I'm upgrading my review to 4 stars. It does have a lot of good knowledge densely packed in the book. And by the end of the lessons I feel pretty darn comfortable moving around in AE. Now I just need to put in the playing around time to see what all I can get it to do for me! I know I'll be going back to the book again and again for how it walked us through various effects and I can create from there.
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