Steve Kilisky's Dynamic Media Blog

February 17, 2006

After Effects 7.0 Classroom in a Book Now Available

The After Effects 7.0 Classroom In A Book was released this week. It contains all new lessons, and for the first time covers Pro version features such as Keying, Tracking and Timewarp. You can view the Table of Contents to get a better sense of what is covered. Unlike the previous edition, each lesson is self-contained and allows you to create a finished result at the end of the lesson.

My thanks to Mark Christiansen, Takeshi Hiraoka, Stephen Schleicher, and Anna Ullrich, for the lessons they contributed; to Andrew Faulkner and Anita Dennis for pulling it all together; and to Christine Yarrow for letting me meddle, and turning me on to Sambar.

Posted by Steve Kilisky at 6:52 PM on February 17, 2006

Comments

Peter Kahn — 12:48 AM on February 19, 2006

Steve,
Thanks for the tip on AE 7 Classroom in a Book; always a great way to do a refresher and learn what's new from the masters of the art. I'm there on this one. Still in "Pre-Order" status at Amazon at this time.

Stephen Schleicher — 8:01 AM on February 20, 2006

This was one of the most fun projects for me to work on to date. Thanks to Steve and everyone for bringing me on board. I look forward to working with you again!

Peter Kahn — 8:10 AM on February 28, 2006

Just received this book from Amazon last night and hunted everwhere to try to figure out which artist contributed to which tutorial. Its usually common practice to credit the artist (least in other works) and I am suprised that this was left out. How do we find out who did what?

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