After Effects CC 2017 – Full Tutorial for Beginners [COMPLETE]*

After Effects CC 2017 – Full Tutorial for Beginners [COMPLETE]*

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  1. r a i n b o w k a y
    r a i n b o w k a y says:

    It will be great if someone made a video on how to make cool instagram edits like what you see on instagram like Steven Universe edits! but this video only helps a little on putting pictures and sound

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  2. MC/Productions MischievousCornelius
    MC/Productions MischievousCornelius says:

    How’s it going thanks for the tutorial but I’m having problems with After Effects just loading the clips. I mean I did what you said in the tutorial, dragged a clip in and made a composition. Went into the comp setting to make sure it was at the same frame rate, made sure both blue marking are the beginning and end of the clip so it’s highlighted and then pressed play and it started playing from the ram preview where you could see a green line appearing while it was loading. Now what seems to happen is when any video gets past the 2 minute mark the green bar disappears from the first 2 minutes while it loads the next 2. Now I’m not completely new to video software cause I have pinnacle studio 21 where you can just drag the clip into the time line and it’ll load up with no hassle. So what’s the problem cause something like this should be very easy, I have the newest After Effects so I’m not quite sure if they’ve made things a bigger pain in the ass for the new version. OK well sorry for the rant and thanks for the tutorial

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  3. Catalystl
    Catalystl says:

    Whenever I import my MP4 files into AE, they always show up as MPEG files. I can’t see them at all. Does anybody know what’s going on?

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  4. RexRed
    RexRed says:

    I like your voice in this video. At first I thought it was synthesized ’til I realized it was too real. Nice beginner’s video too! Even pros can pick up things. Thanks for the tutorial!

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