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Working with Premiere Pro

Lesson 98 from: Adobe After Effects Fundamentals

Philip Ebiner

Working with Premiere Pro

Lesson 98 from: Adobe After Effects Fundamentals

Philip Ebiner

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98. Working with Premiere Pro

Lessons

Class Trailer

Chapter 1: Introduction

1

Class Updates & My Favorite CC 2020 Updates

06:22

Chapter 2: After Effects Basics

2

Understand the After Effects Workspace

05:39
3

Starting a New Composition

08:15
4

CC 2018 Update - Starting a New Composition from Footage

01:55
5

Adding Media to Your Project and the Timeline

05:08
6

Using the Basic After Effects Tools

10:20
7

Create a Perfect Circle, Alignment, and Shape Colors

03:04
8

Working in the Timeline

10:59
9

Layer Properties

08:57
10

Quiz: After Effects Basics

Chapter 3: Animating with Keyframes

11

Animating in After Effects

07:35
12

Position, Scale, and Rotation Animations

05:17
13

Tips to Make Your Animations Look More Nautral

04:21
14

Using the Graph Editor

05:32
15

Challenge - Bouncing Ball

01:01
16

Solution - Bouncing Ball

13:00
17

Quiz: Animating with Keyframes

Chapter 4: Shapes and Solid Layers

18

Working with Solid Layers and the Ken Burns Effects

07:07
19

Working with Shape Layers, Strokes, and Paths

06:24
20

Adding Layer Styles like Drop Shadow, Bevel, and Gradients

03:44
21

Shape Effects - Trim Path Animations, Wiggle, and Zig Zag

05:54
22

Quiz: Shapes and Solid Layers

Chapter 5: Important After Effects Skills

23

Track Matte Animations - Make Layers Appear and Disappear

08:37
24

Using Pre-Compositions to Group Layers

05:34
25

Easily Reverse Complicated Animations

02:14
26

Playing with Time

05:54
27

Blend Modes

06:05
28

Stabilize Shaky Footage

04:04
29

CC 2018 Update - Previewing and Favoriting Fonts

00:46
30

CC 2019 Update - Responsive Design Time

03:36
31

CC 2019 Content Aware Fill

03:55
32

CC 2019 Create Motion Graphic Templates

08:37
33

Quiz: Important After Effects Skills

Chapter 6: Motion Graphics Projects

34

Intro to Motion Graphics Projects

00:53
35

Clean Lower Third

09:22
36

Logo Reveal Animation Bumper

13:25
37

Colorful Transition

16:59
38

Text with Mask Path Animation

10:05
39

Text Bubble Animation

13:39
40

Weather App 1

16:41
41

Weather App 2

08:21
42

Weather App 3

06:59
43

Quiz: Motion Graphics Projects

Chapter 7: Flat Animation Challenge

44

Flat Animation Challenge

02:47
45

Phil Designs his Flat Animation Scene

01:23
46

Animating Fireworks with the Repeater Effect

15:02

Chapter 8: Flat Animation Challenge

47

Removing Green Screen Background

06:46
48

Adding a Background that Matches the Foreground

07:55
49

Adding Motion to a Still Image with the Puppet Tool

06:26
50

Adding Movement with the Ripple Effect

06:07
51

Quiz: Flat Animation Challenge

Chapter 9: Green Screen (Chromakeying)

52

Intro to 3D

10:04
53

Swinging 3D Text Animation

12:11
54

Build Out Your 3D Composition

05:47
55

Animating Our 3D Scene

07:38
56

Create Stars in After Effects

05:11
57

Quiz: Green Screen (Chromakeying)

Chapter 10: 3D Animations and the Camera Tool

58

Using the Rotoscope Tool

06:55
59

Cleaning Up Your Edges

07:21
60

Finishing Our Rotobrush Animation

07:33
61

Quiz: 3D Animations and the Camera Tool

Chapter 11: Rotoscoping

62

Easy Screen Replacement with Masks

09:56
63

Replacing a Screen Version 2

13:49
64

Screen Replacement with Mocha

07:13
65

CC 2019 Update - Native Mocha AE Plugin

05:08
66

Quiz: Rotoscoping

Chapter 12: Screen Replacements

67

Using the Puppet Pin Tool

04:33
68

Animating Your Puppet Pins

03:04
69

Animated Blinking Eyes

08:21
70

Adding Perspective with Animated Clouds

07:10
71

CC 2018 Update - Advanced Puppet Pin Tool

02:08
72

Quiz: Screen Replacements

Chapter 13: Puppet Tool Animations

73

Applying Text Animation Presets

05:59
74

Create a Page Turn Effect with CC Page Turn

10:05
75

Radial and Linear Wipes

03:20
76

Color Correction in After Effects

03:33
77

CC 2019 Update - Selective Color Adjustments

03:25
78

Quiz: Puppet Tool Animations

Chapter 14: Motion Tracking

79

Motion Tracking Basics

09:51
80

Tracking Text and Visual Effects to Video Clip

06:21
81

Tracking Rotation and Scale

11:33
82

Adding Details to Our Text

04:04
83

Quiz: Motion Tracking

Chapter 15: Character Animations

84

Intro to Character Animations

01:31
85

Design Your Character

14:32
86

Rigging Your Character

02:50
87

Animating Our Character

09:55
88

Adding the Animated Background

09:12
89

Adding Details to Character Movement

06:46
90

Adding the Paper Cut Out Look

05:29
91

Quiz: Character Animations

Chapter 16: Exporting from After Effects

92

Exporting an H264 File from After Effects

07:03
93

Exporting from After Effects with a Transparent Background

04:03
94

Exporting from After Effects through Adobe Media Encoder

04:40
95

CC 2018 Update - Exporting an Animated GIF from Adobe Media Encoder

02:14
96

Create an Animated GIF from After Effects CC 2017

07:03

Chapter 17: After Effects Workflow & Tips

97

Audio Tips for After Effects

02:19
98

Working with Premiere Pro

05:54
99

Quiz: After Effects Workflow & Tips

Chapter 18: Expressions

100

Expressions Basics

07:24
101

Animate a Flickering Light with Expressions

17:35
102

Quiz: Expressions

Chapter 19: Conclusion

103

Conclusion

00:44

Final Quiz

104

Final Quiz

Lesson Info

Working with Premiere Pro

if you're creating graphics in after effects, there's a good chance that you also work with Adobe premiere Pro. And in this lesson I want to talk about how you can have an efficient work flow using both premiere Pro and after effects. In one of the earlier lessons about exporting with a transparent background. We learned about adobe dynamic link which allows you to work with both applications at the same time. So not only from after effects, can you bring in compositions that you've worked on into Adobe premiere Pro, but from Adobe premiere Pro, you can also send compositions or sequences or parts of sequences right to after effects to work on. So say I'm working in Adobe premiere Pro and I have an entire video. Imagine that this has a bunch of video clips I've edited all together and then there's just one part of the video clip that I want to add graphics too. What I can do and okay, so let me just add a couple of cuts right here. You know, just imagine, use your imagination to imagin...

e this as a bunch of different clips. And so I have this one clip right here that I want to edit and add graphics too. What I can do is right click this clip in the sequence and click replace with after effects composition. Now this is going to open up after effects and it's going to ask you to save the project. So I'll call this working with premiere Pro. Save it and what happens is it brings this drone shot into after effects and adds it to a new composition and then back in premiere Pro this clip turns into a composition, it's no longer a video clip. So if I add a title here, drone shot, change the color so we can see it, make it a little bit bigger. You know you add your graphics, you do anything you want to this clip and then we go back to after effects or premiere Pro rather and now all of those things are applied here. So it's a live way of editing graphics in after effects. So this means that you don't have to import the video clip into after effects. Edit it perfectly to the time exported from after effects. Go to premiere Pro and import that export into premiere Pro. You can just simply take clips any clip you want and add it to after effects. Now let me show you one important thing though, because now this clip that we had here is now a composition. So if I want to go back to that original clip, I have to undo this and now I lost that connection, I still have the shot that I edited here, but I've lost that connection. So a better workflow is actually to create an adjustment layer. So in premiere Pro, if you click the new button down here and choose adjustment layer, like okay, add this on top of your graphic. So this is good if you're adding titles or something on top of your video clip, not if you're doing visual effects, but if you're just adding it on top and now make this the right size. So for the length of the clip or the length of the graphic that you want, then right click the adjustment layer and say replace with after effects clip. Now, what we can do is add our titles, drone shot or whatever it is and then we can go back to our premiere Pro project and now we have this title which is just this after effects composition up here. Now you might be saying, well that doesn't make a lot of sense. Why wouldn't you just create this title within premiere Pro? Well that's true. I would just create this title in premiere Pro. But if you're doing motion tracking, you're adding all kinds of motion graphics or things like that, that's a lot easier to do in after effects. And so that's why this is a better way to do it. But remember if you're doing this now, then what you need to do in this after effects shot is you'll need to bring in the drone shot. So you know where things are going to be. And so you're gonna have to adjust the timing of that. So there's one last tip that I'm going to show you another way to do this is just to duplicate this shot. So same starting from scratch and say, hey I want to add a some graphics and change this shot up. What I would do is just duplicate this and to duplicate easily. Just press the option key and drag up that would be altered for your for pc users and now I have two clips of this shot And right click this top one say replace with after effects composition and now we have this all timed out properly. Now I can add my title drone shot, I'm not getting annoying put that there, you know, do my color correction, do my motion tracking whatever I want to do and now this is a separate clip. So if I want to go back to my original one, I can always go back to this original clip here. I can redo it, change it up. And so if you are editing a shot and after effects that actually has the video clip in it, then you might want to do this version of duplicating and then replacing within after effects composition rather than the adjustment layer that I showed you previously. The adjustment layer version is fine for just simple motion graphics but not when you're really working with video clips from premiere Pro. I hope this all makes sense. If you have any questions let me know. Otherwise we'll see you in another lesson

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