Choosing the right lower thirds for your broadcasts might seem like a small detail, but it’s actually a graphic that can make a big difference. How do you choose something that has professional impact whilst also being understated enough so as not to overshadow your content?
It’s impossible to learn every skill you need as a creative. Animation in Adobe After Effects is one of those skills that comes with a steep learning curve.
A stylish technique often seen on drone footage is the speed ramp effect. A lot of popular Youtube vloggers, such as Casey Neistat, use this technique.
Sometimes we can overlook the small things and they can be the ones that matter the most. When it comes to your news broadcast, remember to give thought to your graphics, as well as other elements. Here, we’ve selected ten great After Effects options from ThemeKeeper Market to get you started.
In this tutorial we will learn how we can fake slow motion on our drone footage. Why would we ever need to do this? Well let’s say you have a drone shot that is perfect for your video, however it is just a few seconds too short. You can stretch that footage out a bit, emulating a natural slow motion look to add the extra few seconds to the shot you need! Let’s take a look at how this is done.
If you’re thinking about starting your own news broadcast, it can be overwhelming to think about all the different elements you’ll need to pull it together. Openers, graphics, lower thirds… it’s a lot to consider. Thankfully there are some talented authors over on ThemeKeeper Market who’ve put together whole packages for you.
It is common for drone video to be a little less than stable, especially as we track a subject in a shot. Lucky, we can fix this problem in post with scale and position techniques in Adobe After Effects. That’s what you’ll learn in this tutorial. Make sure to download the 4K example clip included in the project file so you can follow along!
Adding a zoom to your drone footage in post-production is an easy way to make your shots look more dynamic and cinematic. It is ideal to use this technique with 4K footage that is output at 1080p for the final video (make sure to download the 4K example clip included in the project file for this tutorial!)
Branding is important in every aspect of production, and the right logo reveal can really enhance your project and keep reminding your audience who you are until that association is firmly made.
In this lesson you’ll learn basic color grading techniques for aerial video and flying camera footage, to make it look perfect.
In this tutorial you are going to learn how to do basic camera tracking on drone video footage using Adobe After Effects. This is great for adding titles or location text in a more dynamic and appealing fashion. We can also add in graphics or footage with an alpha channel to make it appear as if it is actually in the scene.