Adobe Press E-Books

Adobe After Effects® 7.0 Classroom in a Book
Publisher : Adobe Press Pub
Date : February 13, 2006

Print ISBN-10 : 0-321-38549-7

Print ISBN-13 : 978-0-321-38549-9

Pages : 472


The fastest, easiest, most comprehensive way to learn Adobe After Effects 7!

Classroom in a Book, the best-selling series of hands-on software training workbooks, helps you learn the features of Adobe software quickly and easily. Classroom in a Book offers what no other book or training program does--an official training series from Adobe Systems Incorporated, developed with the support of Adobe product experts. Adobe After Effects 7.0 Classroom in a Book contains eleven lessons and a bonus DVD with lesson files. The book covers the basics of learning Adobe After Effects, and countless tips and techniques to help you quickly become an After Effects artist. You'll get thorough training in digital video effects and production as well as learn about After Effects 7.0's new features, including motion tracking, powerful animation and keyframing controls, HDR color support, network rendering, and more. You can follow the book from start to finish or choose only those lessons that interest you.


Mark Christiansen is the author of Adobe After Effects 6.5 Studio Techniques (Adobe Press). He has created visual effects and animations for feature films, network television, computer games, and an array of high-technology companies. Recent clients include Adobe Systems, Inc., The Orphanage (for Dimension Films), Telling Pictures (for The History Channel), and the Couturie Company (for HBO), as well as Seagate, Sun, Intel, and Medtronic. Feature credits include The Day After Tomorrow and films by Robert Rodriguez.

Takeshi Hiraoka Plucked out of paradise, Hiraoka moved to chilly San Francisco from Honolulu, Hawaii, one cold winter in 2002. In San Francisco, attended the Academy of Art University, graduating in May 2004. This is where Hiraoka met Sheldon Callahan, with whom he directed and produced the feature-length, DV film Origin. In addition to being a DV producer, Takeshi is also 2D and 3D animator.

Stephen Schleicher has travelled from Kansas to Georgia to California working as an editor, graphic designer, videographer, director, and producer on a variety of small and large video productions. Currently, Stephen teaches media and web development at Fort Hays State University. He also works on video and independent projects for state and local agencies and organizations, as well as his own works. Stephen is a regular contributor to Digital Media Net (www.digitalmedianet.com).

Anna Ullrich is a pale but fine digital artist based in Seattle, Washington, although her heart resides in Minnesota, where her spry and brilliant Democratic grandmother lives. Anna earned a BFA from the University of Washington in Seattle and a MFA from the University of Notre Dame in Indiana (both in photography).

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