Discussion in 'After Effects' started by Mike Pfeifer, Feb 13, 2012.
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for after effects tutorials and information?
Check out this guys tutorial page.
Yes the great Andrew Kramer, I think everyone starts there for sure. Just curious to see where everyone goes. Also notable people are
Aetuts+ ( http://ae.tutsplus.com/ )
Linda.com (have to pay for most of it)
FreddieW2 ( http://www.youtube.com/user/freddiew2?ob=0 ) has given some great After Effects breakdowns
Corridor Digital does great BTS ( http://www.youtube.com/user/CorridorDigital?ob=0 )
Film Riot ( http://revision3.com/filmriot ) also offers some neat composting gems along with other production stuffs
VFX Bro has a slew of tuts out there as well ( http://www.youtube.com/user/thevfxbro?ob=0 )
Evan Abrams http://www.youtube.com/user/ECAbrams?feature=g-user-c ) has a sweet youtube channel for After Effects
Wren the Reaper ( http://www.youtube.com/wrenthereaper ) is starting to offer up some great content
And Michael Stark of Film Riot ( http://www.youtube.com/mstarktv ) is doing more and more tutorials lately and is definitely worth a look
Bam!!! now that some of the more obvious ones are out of the way Id love to see who else is putting great content out there for After Effects
Creative cow has some great tutorials.
Grey Scale Gorilla
Digital Tutors (Monthly Fee). I had to use this site for an animation class I took. Also does VFX and Animation tutorials as well.
I watch some on Red Giant TV occasionally, mainly when they have one by Stu
Haven't ever heard of Digital Tutors thanks Michael! Yea Kevin RGTV has been doing some pretty cool stuff. Harry Frank has been putting out some solid content on Live Webcasts.
Every once-in-a-while, some interesting stuff with crop up on ProVideo Coalition http://provideocoalition.com/index.php/ryoung/story/recently_in_after_effects1/
Lynda.com is a good choice as well. It's good if you want to learn the ins and outs of a program, but not really for walkthroughs of specific projects.
Two places I go; VideoCopilot and CreativeCow.
I learned After Effects by following 3 or so tutorials by Andrew Kramer that were 'too hard for me to' but in my opinion that is how you learn.
Back when I started using after effects there weren't that much tutorials on the site but I think that you have an amazing variety of tutorials to suit your needs .
I mostly look up CreativeCow when I get stuck with "more advanced problems" which I just want a direct answer for instead of looking a full tutorial.