Adobe After Effects (2024) Course

Course Details:

Length: 3 days

Price: $1,330/person (USD)

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Course Features:

Live Instructor Teaching

Certificate of Completion

Digital Badge

Courseware: Print

Free 6 Month Online Retake

Hands-On Learning?: Yes

Software Lab Included?: Yes

Delivery Methods:

Live Online

Individuals and Groups
@ Your Location

Onsite for Teams

Group Teams
@ Your Organization

This is an instructor-led course. It is taught by an instructor live online or at organizations for groups.
For a team After Effects course near me, we can teach onsite at your office or private live online.


Course Overview

Unleash Your Inner Mastermind: Master Motion Graphics with Adobe After Effects 2024

Ready to bring your creative visions to life with stunning animation and effects? This intensive 3-day Adobe After Effects training course is your launchpad to becoming a motion graphics guru!

No prior experience? No sweat! We'll guide you step-by-step, starting with the basics and propelling you towards pro-level skills. Conquer the latest 2024 features, and unlock the secrets to:

  • Effortlessly animate text, images, and 3D objects. Breathe life into your ideas with captivating motion.
  • Master color correction and visual effects. Transform ordinary footage into cinematic masterpieces.
  • Craft engaging motion graphics templates. Save time and impress clients with reusable animations.
  • Become a rotoscoping whiz. Seamlessly remove unwanted objects or isolate elements with precision.
  • Dive into the world of 3D. Design stunning 3D graphics and create dynamic camera movements.

And much, much more! Explore essential tools, advanced techniques, and industry-standard workflows.

This course is your passport to:

  • Getting started in animation and motion graphics. The demand for skilled professionals is skyrocketing!
  • Boosting your social media presence. Stand out from the crowd with eye-catching visuals.
  • Creating professional video content. Elevate your marketing, presentations, and personal projects.

Don't just watch amazing motion graphics – create them! Enroll now and unleash your creative potential with Adobe After Effects 2024!


Course Notes

Register Early: Registration Deadline is 2 Weeks Prior to Class Start.

Important Course Information
Course Taught with Courseware: Adobe After Effects 2024.
Course Taught with Software: Adobe After Effects 2024 for Windows ().
Versions that Can Attend: Adobe After Effects 2024, 2023, 2022, 2021, 2020, & 2019 for Windows () or Macintosh - iOS ().
Course Objectives
  • Master the After Effects Interface & Workflow: Navigate confidently, understand key concepts, and optimize performance.
  • Create Captivating Motion Graphics: Animate text, images, and 3D objects, apply effects, and manipulate timing with precision.
  • Become a Visual Effects Pro: Apply color correction, remove unwanted elements, and utilize advanced techniques for seamless visual manipulation.
  • Craft Reusable Motion Graphics Templates: Save time and create impressive animations for diverse projects.
  • Unlock the Power of 3D: Design stunning 3D graphics, animate objects, and master camera movements.
  • Render & Output for Different Media: Prepare your creations for film, video, web, mobile, and more.
  • Develop Industry-Standard Techniques: Hone your skills with pro-level workflows and expert tips.
Target Audience

This Adobe After Effects 2024 course caters to a diverse audience:

  • Beginners: Individuals with no prior After Effects experience who want to learn the fundamentals and create basic animations.
  • Hobbyists & Freelancers: Social media managers, content creators, and aspiring freelancers seeking to enhance their visuals with motion graphics.
  • Marketing & Design Professionals: Marketing specialists, graphic designers, and web designers looking to add engaging animation to their marketing materials and presentations.
  • Video Editors & Videographers: Existing video editors or videographers aiming to expand their skill set with advanced effects and motion graphics.
  • Career Changers: Individuals interested in transitioning into the growing animation and motion graphics field.
Delivery Method

Learn From an Instructor Live Online

Certstaffix Training public classes are taught by live instructors to you in the comfort of your home or work. Attend our live online, instructor-led classes from the convenience of your location and avoid travel.

How It Works

  • A live instructor teaching you online via Zoom
  • Hands-on learning with the software or skill you are being taught
  • Interaction with all students in the class
  • Any needed software for the class is provided in online lab
  • Easy Q&A. Classes are kept small to have time for student questions

Have more than 10 students needing this course? Contact Us for bulk pricing.


Related Exams & Certifications

  • This course prepares students for the ACP in Visual Effects & Motion Graphics Using Adobe After Effects Exam.
Certification Notes: Certification exams are administered by third party testing companies. Our course teaches topics that can be useful with certification exam(s), which is an additional fee paid to the testing provider. You must contact the corresponding testing provider to take a certification exam.


Course Topics

Adobe After Effects 2024

Course Duration - 3 Days

  • About Classroom in a Book
  • Prerequisites
  • Installing After Effects, Bridge, and Media Encoder
  • Activating fonts
  • Optimizing performance
  • Restoring default preferences
  • Online content
  • How to use these lessons
  • Additional resources
  • Adobe Authorized Training Centers
  • About the After Effects work area
  • Getting started
  • Creating a project and importing footage
  • Creating a composition and arranging layers
  • About layers
  • Adding effects and modifying layer properties
  • Animating the composition
  • About the Tools panel
  • About timecode and duration
  • About the Timeline panel
  • Previewing your work
  • Using the Properties panel
  • Optimizing performance in After Effects
  • Rendering and exporting your composition
  • Customizing workspaces
  • Controlling the brightness of the user interface
  • Collaborating in After Effects
  • Finding resources for using After Effects
  • Review questions and answers
  • Getting started
  • Creating a new composition
  • Working with imported Illustrator layers
  • Applying effects to a layer
  • Applying and controlling effects
  • Applying an animation preset
  • Precomposing layers for a new animation
  • Previewing the effects
  • Adding transparency
  • Rendering the composition
  • Review questions and answers
  • Getting started
  • About text layers
  • Installing a font using Adobe Fonts
  • Creating and formatting point text
  • Animating with scale keyframes
  • Using a text animation preset
  • About Adobe Bridge
  • Animating imported Photoshop text
  • Animating type tracking
  • Animating text opacity
  • Animating an image to replace text
  • Using a text animator group
  • About text animator groups
  • Animating a layer’s position
  • Adding motion blur
  • Review questions and answers
  • Getting started
  • Creating the composition
  • Adding a shape layer
  • Creating a self-animating shape
  • Duplicating a shape
  • Creating custom shapes with the Pen tool
  • Positioning layers with snapping
  • Animating a shape
  • Animating using parenting
  • Using nulls to connect points
  • About parent and child layers
  • Previewing the composition
  • Animating layers to match audio
  • Review questions and answers
  • Getting started
  • Using Creative Cloud Libraries in After Effects
  • Adjusting anchor points
  • Parenting layers
  • Precomposing layers
  • Keyframing a motion path
  • Animating additional elements
  • Applying an effect
  • About solid-color layers
  • Animating precomposed layers
  • Animating the background
  • Supported audio file formats
  • Adding an audio track
  • Editing audio files in Adobe Audition
  • Review questions and answers
  • Getting started
  • Preparing layered Photoshop files
  • Simulating lighting changes
  • Duplicating an animation using the pick whip
  • About Photoshop layer styles
  • Using a track matte to confine animation
  • About expressions
  • About track mattes and traveling mattes
  • Animating using the Corner Pin effect
  • Simulating a darkening sky
  • Viewing render times for layers
  • Retiming the composition
  • Review questions and answers
  • About masks
  • Getting started
  • Creating a mask with the Pen tool
  • Tips for creating masks
  • Editing a mask
  • About mask modes
  • Feathering the edges of a mask
  • Replacing the content of the mask
  • Creating a Bezier mask
  • Zooming and panning by touch
  • Adjusting the opacity
  • Adding a shadow
  • Creating a vignette
  • Using the Rectangle and Ellipse tools
  • Review questions and answers
  • Getting started
  • About the Puppet tools
  • Adding Position pins
  • Adding Advanced and Bend pins
  • Defining areas of overlap
  • Stiffening an area
  • Squash and stretch
  • Animating pin positions
  • Using the Puppet tools to animate video
  • Recording animation
  • Extra credit
  • Review questions and answers
  • About rotoscoping
  • Getting started
  • Creating a segmentation boundary
  • Editing Adobe Premiere Pro clips with After Effects
  • Fine-tuning the matte
  • Refine Soft Matte and Refine Hard Matte effects
  • Freezing your Roto Brush tool results
  • Changing the background
  • Adding animated text
  • Outputting your project
  • Extra credit
  • Review questions and answers
  • Getting started
  • Previewing your project on a video monitor
  • Detecting scenes in a composition
  • Making color enhancements
  • Adding a colorized effect
  • Replacing a background
  • Color-correcting using Auto Contrast
  • Cloning an object in a scene
  • Darkening a scene
  • Freezing the action
  • Adding transitions
  • Review questions and answers
  • Getting started
  • Preparing a master composition
  • Setting up a template
  • Adding properties to the Essential Graphics panel
  • Protecting the timing of a section
  • Exporting the template
  • Creating essential properties
  • Extra credit
  • Review questions and answers
  • Getting started
  • Creating a 3D shape in After Effects
  • Viewing the 3D ground plane
  • Using the 3D Transform Gizmo
  • Importing 3D objects
  • About importing 3D objects
  • Creating 3D text
  • Converting 2D objects to 3D
  • Using 3D views
  • Using the camera tools
  • Adding a background
  • Lighting a scene
  • Adding a camera
  • Using HDR images as lights
  • Animating objects in a 3D scene
  • Animating a camera
  • 3D channel effects
  • Working with Cinema 4D Lite
  • Review questions and answers
  • About the 3D Camera Tracker effect
  • Getting started
  • Tracking the footage
  • Repairing rolling shutter distortions
  • Creating a ground plane, a camera, and the initial text
  • Creating additional text elements
  • Locking an image to a plane with a solid layer
  • Adjusting the camera’s depth of field
  • Tidying the composition
  • Adding a final object
  • Creating realistic shadows
  • Adding ambient light
  • Adding an effect
  • Previewing the composition
  • Review questions and answers
  • Getting started
  • Stabilizing a shot
  • Bicubic scaling
  • Warp Stabilizer VFX settings
  • Removing motion blur
  • Using single-point motion tracking
  • Moving and resizing the track points
  • Removing unwanted objects
  • Checking for drift
  • Creating a particle simulation
  • Mocha AE
  • Understanding Particle Systems II properties
  • About high dynamic range (HDR) footage
  • Retiming playback using the Timewarp effect
  • Review questions and answers
  • Getting started
  • About rendering and output
  • Exporting using the Render Queue
  • Preparing movies for mobile devices
  • Creating templates for the Render Queue
  • Rendering movies with Adobe Media Encoder
  • About compression
  • Preparing a movie for broadcast output
  • Review questions and answers



Course FAQs

What are the available class formats?

This course is taught by a live instructor and is available in two class formats:

  1. Live Online for Individuals
  2. Onsite/Online for Private Groups

What effects and presets are available in Adobe After Effects?

There are a variety of effects and presets available in Adobe After Effects that can be used to create different looks for your video projects. Some of the most popular effects include:

-Blur: This effect can be used to soften edges or create a dreamlike quality.
-Color Correction: This effect can be used to change the color of your video footage.
-Distort: This effect can be used to create unique looks by warping or distortion your video footage.
-Keylight: This effect is commonly used for green screen workflows and can be used to extract a subject from their background.
-Time Remapping: This effect can be used to create slow motion or fast motion effects.

These are just a few of the many effects and presets available in Adobe After Effects. Experimenting with different looks can be a great way to find the perfect style for your project.

What is animated text in Adobe After Effects?

Animated text is a great way to add interest and impact to your Adobe After Effects projects. By using a variety of animation techniques, you can make your text stand out and capture your audience's attention.

There are several different methods you can use to create animated text in After Effects. One popular technique is to use the Animation Presets functionality. With Animation Presets, you can quickly create sophisticated animations by choosing from a library of pre-built animations.

Another popular technique is to use the Text Animation tools. With these tools, you can create custom animations for your text that are not possible with the Animation Presets.

You can also combine both methods to create even more complex and interesting animations.

What are shape layers in Adobe After Effects?

Shape layers in Adobe After Effects are vector based shapes that can be added to your composition. You can use them to create geometric shapes, such as circles, squares, and triangles. You can also add text to shape layers. Shape layers give you more control over your composition than raster images, and they're easy to animate.

There are a few things to keep in mind when working with shape layers. First, they're not supported by all browsers. That means that if you're using a browser that doesn't support them, you won't be able to see your shape layers. Second, shape layers are resolution independent. That means that they can be scaled up or down without losing any quality.

And finally, shape layers can be trimmed and animated. Trimming a shape layer allows you to remove parts of the shape that you don't want. And animating a shape layer gives you the ability to create complex animations using just a few keyframes.

Shape layers are a powerful tool in Adobe After Effects, and they can be used to create a variety of different effects.

What is multimedia presentation animation in Adobe After Effects?

Multimedia presentation animation in Adobe After Effects is a way to add interest and engaging visuals to your presentations. By animating graphics, text, and photos, you can create a dynamic and visually appealing presentation that will capture your audience's attention. After Effects offers a wide range of features and tools that allow you to create professional-looking animations, and with a little practice, you can master this powerful software.

What are animating layers in Adobe After Effects?

Animating layers in Adobe After Effects is a process of adding and removing keyframes to create motion. Keyframes can be added to any layer, including video, text, audio, and images. To add a keyframe, select the layer you want to animate and click the "Add Keyframe" button at the bottom of the Timeline panel. To remove a keyframe, select the layer and click the "Remove Keyframe" button.

Adding and removing keyframes is the basis for all animation in Adobe After Effects. By adding and removing keyframes, you can create motion that would otherwise be impossible to achieve. For example, you can make a layer appear to grow or shrink over time, or you can make a layer appear to move across the screen.

There are endless possibilities for what you can do with keyframes in Adobe After Effects. The best way to learn is to experiment and see what you can create.

What are masks in Adobe After Effects?

Masking in Adobe After Effects is a process of using various tools to create a mask, which is then used to modify or enhance a layer or image. There are a variety of ways to create masks in After Effects, each with its own distinct advantages and disadvantages.

The most common way to create a mask is by using the pen tool. The pen tool is very versatile and can be used to create a variety of different masks. However, it can be tricky to use and may take some practice to get the hang of it.

Another common way to create masks is by using the track matte feature. This method is often quicker and easier than using the pen tool, but it can be slightly more difficult to control.

Finally, you can also create masks by using the rotoscope tool. This method is very precise and can be used to create very intricate masks. However, it can be very time-consuming and may not be suitable for all projects.

What are puppet tools in Adobe After Effects?

Puppet tools in Adobe After Effects are a set of powerful tools for creating animations and simulations. They allow you to quickly create and manipulate complex character movements, and can be used for a variety of purposes including creating believable character animation, realistic simulations, and more.

The puppet tools consist of three main components: the puppet pin tool, the puppet warp tool, and the puppet stretch tool. Each of these tools has a different purpose and can be used to create different types of animations and simulations.

The puppet pin tool is the most basic of the puppet tools. It allows you to place pins in your layer which can then be used to deform the layer. This is ideal for creating simple character animations or for simulating fabric or cloth movements.

The puppet warp tool is a more advanced version of the puppet pin tool. It allows you to place points on your layer and then deform the layer around those points. This is ideal for creating more complex character animations or for simulating more realistic movements.

The puppet stretch tool is the most advanced of the puppet tools. It allows you to place points on your layer and then deform the layer around those points. This is ideal for creating more complex character animations or for simulating more realistic movements.

Puppet tools can be a powerful addition to your Adobe After Effects toolkit. They allow you to quickly create and manipulate complex character movements, and can be used for a variety of purposes including creating believable character animation, realistic simulations, and more.

What is the roto brush in Adobe After Effects?

The roto brush in Adobe After Effects is a powerful tool for creating masks. It allows you to quickly and easily create detailed masks that can be used to isolate specific areas of an image. The roto brush can be used to mask out background elements, create special effects, or even to remove objects from an image entirely. The roto brush is a versatile tool that can be used in a variety of ways to create amazing results.

What is color correction in Adobe After Effects?

Color correction is the process of adjusting the color of a video to achieve a certain look or effect. There are many different ways to do color correction, but some of the most common methods involve changing the hue, saturation, and luminance of a video.

To change the color of a video in Adobe After Effects, you first need to select the video layer in the timeline. Once you have done that, you can use the color correction tools in the Effects Control panel to make changes to the color of your video.

The Hue/Saturation tool is a good place to start when doing color correction. This tool allows you to change the overall hue of a video, as well as the saturation and luminance.

The Color Balance tool is another helpful tool for color correction. This tool allows you to change the colors of a video by changing the levels of red, green, and blue.

The Curves tool is a more advanced color correction tool that allows you to make very specific changes to the color of a video.

Once you have made the desired changes to the color of your video, you can then use the Output Settings panel to render your video with the new color settings.

What are motion graphics templates in Adobe After Effects?

Motion graphics templates are a great way to add some flair and professionalism to your Adobe After Effects projects. With so many creative and unique options available, it's easy to find the perfect template to suit your needs. Plus, using a template can help speed up your workflow, since you won't need to start from scratch every time you want to create a new project.

When it comes to finding the right motion graphics template, there are a few things to keep in mind. First, consider what kind of project you're working on. There are templates available for everything from corporate videos to wedding films. Once you know what you need, take some time to browse through the different options and find a template that fits your style.

Once you've found a few templates you like, it's time to start customizing them to fit your project. With Adobe After Effects, you can easily change the colors, fonts, and other elements to create a completely unique look. Plus, you can add your own logos or images to really make the template your own.

What 3D features does Adobe After Effects have?

Adobe After Effects has a number of powerful 3D features, including:

-Shadows and lightening: create realistic shadows and lightening effects with the help of After Effects' built-in tools.
-3D camera tracking: track the movement of a camera through a scene, which can be used to add 3D elements or match the movements of live footage.
-3D objects and text: create 3D objects and text that can be animated and interacted with in After Effects.

With these powerful 3D features, Adobe After Effects can help you create realistic shadows, lightening effects, and track the movement of a camera through a scene. You can also add 3D objects and text that can be animated and interacted with in After Effects. With these features, Adobe After Effects provides a versatile toolset for creating stunning 3D effects.

What is Adobe After Effects rendering and outputting?

Adobe After Effects rendering and outputting refers to the process of creating a final video product from the application. This can be done in a number of ways, depending on the specific needs of the project. For example, you may need to render and output a video for social media, for a website, or for a television commercial.

In general, rendering and outputting a video from Adobe After Effects will involve the following steps:

1. Export the project as an image sequence

2. Encode the image sequence into a video file using a codec of your choice

3. Upload the video file to a website or social media platform

4. Share the video with your audience!

Rendering and outputting a video from Adobe After Effects is a relatively simple process. However, it is important to keep in mind that the quality of the final product will depend on a number of factors, including the resolution of the project, the codec used for encoding, and the quality of the original footage.

With that said, Adobe After Effects is a powerful tool that can be used to create high-quality videos. With a little practice, you should be able to render and output a video that meets your specific needs.

What Is the Best After Effects Course?

Adobe After Effects is a powerful software used for creating visual effects and motion graphics. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced professional, improving your skills in this software can greatly enhance your career opportunities.

Adobe After Effects skills are pivotal to career advancement in visual effects and motion graphics. By enrolling in Adobe After Effects classes, you open up fantastic opportunities to enhance your expertise. Participation in After Effect training is a sure-fire way to broaden your understanding of this powerful software. By attending self-paced After Effects classes online offers a flexible way to learn at your own pace. Or, by attending a live After Effects online training you can have a more interactive class with your questions answered on the fly. With a range of topics taught in our After Effects courses, you can learn all the necessary skills for your personal or career goals.

That's where Certstaffix Training comes in. We offer a 3-day Adobe After Effect course with a live After Effects online course or in person corporate courses held at offices for groups. Our expert instructors will guide you through the fundamentals of animating in After Effects and creating stunning visual effects for your projects.

Our After Effects class covers everything from basic animation techniques to advanced features, allowing you to create impressive animations, videos, and motion graphics with ease. With our hands-on approach to learning, you'll gain practical experience and be able to apply your newly acquired skills immediately.

If you prefer a more flexible learning option, our self-paced After Effects course online is the perfect choice. You can take the course at your own pace and access it from anywhere with an internet connection. Our self-paced online course covers very similar topics as our live online or in-person group classes, ensuring that you receive the same high-quality training.

At Certstaffix Training, we understand the importance of staying up-to-date with the latest industry trends. That's why our instructors are experts in animation in After Effects and have real-world experience using the software. They will share their knowledge and provide valuable tips and tricks to help you become a proficient user.

Join thousands of satisfied students and choose Certstaffix Training for the best After Effects course. Our goal is to equip you with the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in today's competitive job market. Enroll now and take your career to new heights! So, don't wait any longer and sign up for our Adobe After Effects class today!



Related Adobe After Effects Information:

How Much Do Adobe After Effects Training Courses Cost?

Public instructor-led Adobe After Effects course prices start at $1330 per student. Group training discounts are available.

Self-Paced Adobe After Effects eLearning courses cost $300 at the starting point per student. Group purchase discounts are available.

What Adobe After Effects Skills Should I Learn?

A: If you are wondering what Adobe After Effects skills are important to learn, we've written an Adobe After Effects Skills and Learning Guide that maps out After Effects skills that are key to master and which of our courses teaches each skill.

Read Our Adobe After Effects Skills and Learning Guide

How Can I Make Adobe After Effects Easier to Learn?

A: As a powerful tool used by professional videographers and animators, Adobe After Effects has a stellar reputation that can often intimidate those who are new to using the software. Fortunately, novices can take a few steps to make learning how to create professional-quality Adobe After Effects projects easier. They can start by identifying the kinds of projects that they need to create, studying similar content, and learning about presets and shortcuts. One of the best ways to lower the learning curve of Adobe After Effects is to sign up for paid training courses that are taught by a live instructor.

More Information on How to Make Adobe After Effects Easier to Learn?

What is the best way to learn After Effects?

A: There are many ways to learn After Effects, and the best way depends on your needs and learning style. If you want to learn quickly and efficiently, online After Effects classes are a great option. You can also learn from books or video tutorials, but these can be more time-consuming. Corporate onsite training classes for groups offer a more immersive experience, allowing you to interact with other students and get hands-on practice. Whichever method you choose, make sure you find resources that are comprehensive and up-to-date so you can get the most out of your learning experience.

How long it takes to learn After Effects?

A: The answer to this question depends on your prior experience and how quickly you pick up new software. If you have never used After Effects before, it will probably take you longer to learn than someone who is already familiar with video editing software. Generally speaking, it takes most people a few weeks to get comfortable with the basics of After Effects. If you want to become a master at using After Effects, it could take months or even years of practice.

One way to learn is by doing, by finding some tutorials online and practicing as much as possible. Another way is to take a formal After Effects training class, like Certstaffix Training offers here. Lastly, you can read books on After Effects and practice with the software.

With enough time and effort, you can become an expert at using After Effects!

Is After Effects difficult to learn?

A: Is Adobe After Effects difficult to learn? The answer may vary depending on who you ask but we think it really depends on your level of experience with similar software.

If you have used other Adobe products or video editing software before, the learning curve for After Effects may not be as steep. However, if you are new to design software altogether, After Effects can seem daunting at first.

You can learn by diving in and exploring the program little by little. There are plenty of helpful tutorials available online to get you started. You can also learn by taking a class, like one from Certstaffix Training. We offer online and group onsite After Effects training. Our expert instructors will teach you Adobe After Effects and can answer your questions during our live classes.

So, is Adobe After Effects difficult to learn? We say it’s all relative. Give it a try and see for yourself!

What are the top Adobe After Effects skills?

A: There are a number of skills that are essential for anyone who wants to be proficient in Adobe After Effects. Here are some of the most important ones:

Top Adobe After Effects Skills

1. Keyframing - This is perhaps the most fundamental skill when it comes to animation and motion graphics in After Effects. Keyframing allows you to create smooth, organic animations by specifying key points in your timeline.

2. Masking and rotoscoping - Masking and rotoscoping are two closely related techniques that allow you to isolate and manipulate specific elements in your footage. These skills are essential for creating high-quality composites and visual effects.

3. Expressions - Expressions are snippets of code that can be used to automate and customize your animations. A good understanding of expressions can save you a lot of time and effort when working in After Effects.

4. 3D compositing - After Effects is a powerful tool for creating realistic three-dimensional compositions. If you want to create more complex visuals, then you need to be proficient in this area.

5. Text animation - Text is one of the most commonly used elements in After Effects compositions. Being able to create professional-looking text animations can take your work to the next level.

These are just a few of the essential skills that you need to master if you want to be proficient in Adobe After Effects. By honing your skills in these areas, you’ll be well on your way to creating amazing visuals and animations.

Where Can I Learn More About Adobe After Effects?

Adobe Blogs

Adobe User Groups

Adobe Online Forums

Explore After Effects Training Classes Near Me:

Certstaffix Training provides After Effects classes near me or online, depending on the number of students involved. We offer online courses for individual learners, as well as in person classes at your office for corporate groups. Our trainers are highly experienced professionals with the expertise necessary to help you gain a thorough understanding of After Effects concepts and tools. With our courses available online for individuals or in person for corporate groups, it's easy to develop your After Effects skills. Start learning today and see how Certstaffix Training can help you reach your goals.


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