Adobe After Effects gives you the power to produce professional-quality composites, smooth animations, and elaborate special effects. It’s ideal for short, layer-intensive projects. You can import images directly from Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop with no loss in image detail or quality, and then use After Effects to add the element of motion to graphic designs. This tutorial details some of the ways After Effects can enhance your artwork with motion and sound. Follow along step-by-step using the sample files included in the archive to get a quick, hands-on introduction to the power of Adobe After Effects.
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Adobe After Effects 3.1 for Mac OS or Adobe After Effects 3.1 Tryout for Mac OS
Adobe Acrobat Reader 2.1 or later for Mac OS or Adobe Acrobat Exchange 2.1 or later for Mac OS
Apple QuickTime 2.5 or later for Mac OS
1. Double-click the Tutorial.pdf file.
2. Follow the on-screen instructions.
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