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Focus on your design, 4vector provides you the resource.
4Vector has more than 180,000 FREE vectors and assets to choose from to enhance your motion graphic, website or video project. For example…
Have you been after retro style clip art but aren’t prepared to spend a fortune on it? Not to worry as there are plenty of free options just waiting to be discovered. Here we’ll take a look at the best 21 free retro clip art files that are ready and waiting to be used by you. We’ve picked designs from external sources for the post, but of course you can also find some retro vectors on our site too. What to think of this retro background or this classic border for example?
If you’re looking for some really cool vintage style icons, then Freebie: Vintage icons is the way to go. What makes these particularly fun is the fact they are available in multiple colors. There are over 300 to choose from, giving you all kinds of retro possibilities.
20 FREE INK LOGOS
Because icons are always fun, we’ve got more options for you including 20 free ink logos from Agung Syaifudin. While there may not be a lot to choose from, what they do have is professional and sleek looking.
There are few VFX shots as endearing or revolutionary as the lightspeed jump from the original Star Wars movie. While the original VFX artists used practical effects to create the lightspeed jump, there are tools now to create a similar jump at home.
In this After Effects tutorial, is going to create a Star-Wars-inspired lightspeed jump using only native plugins and effects.
More on this article as well as free download files can be found here by Caleb Ward and RocketStock.
Sometimes you’ll be faced with a situation where your client wants you to animate their website for a promo video or a software tutorial. This lesson will cover how to animate a website and make it look cool!
What you’ll learn:
Compiling multiple website screenshots in Adobe After Effects.
Animating websites that are engaging.
Adding a fake mouse pointer for an added effect.
Enjoy other courses by The Video Course many with free project files!
Color Grading in Premiere – Color Correcting Using Lumetri Color – FREE LUT
How To Hide Your Lavalier Microphone
Dynamic Link in Premiere – Live Text Templates From After Effects – Changing Text in Premiere
How To Animate A Website in After Effects
Creating Lower Thirds in After Effects – Professional Level
Speed Ramps in Premiere – Speeding Up and Slowing Down Clips the RIGHT WAY
After Effects is a rich, yet approachable, application, and it’s not uncommon for even veteran users to learn something new each time they fire up the software. Over the course of my career in After Effects, some of the best lessons I’ve learned were the result of screwing up, misunderstanding, and/or simply being a bit ignorant. It’s my sincere hope that you don’t make the same mistakes.
With that hope in mind, here are a few After Effects lessons I’ve learned the hard way.
1. The Graph Editor Isn’t Scary
Read the rest here…
Adobe, the tech company at the forefront of photo manipulation (and creators of Photoshop), recently debuted VoCo (voice conversion), a ‘Photoshop’ for audio and speech that’s both impressive and alarming.
The software was unveiled at the company’s recently completed Adobe Max 2016 conference, which you can see here…
This is a free Final Cut Pro X template inspired by the titles in the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them trailer. I made a tutorial showing how to create this title in FCPX and also made a title template for those that don’t want to make the title in Final Cut Pro.
Click here for more on how to install it, download, and more…
by V Renée, nofilmschool.com
You don’t need to drop a ton of cash on a camera stabilizer to get smooth shots.
Gimbals, monopods, and other camera stabilizers can help you shoot beautiful images, but many of them are hundreds, even thousands of dollars. If you’re a no-budget filmmaker, there are plenty of ways to stabilize your camera without spending a dime. Here are 6 DIY hacks from Filmora that show you how to keep your camera steady using materials you probably have lying around at home.