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About the Author:

Donna L. Baker has worked as an information development consultant for many years. She has expertise in online and Web training and design, motion graphics design, and interactive knowledge products. She writes eleven magazine articles each year on graphics applications; monthly articles can be found in the online magazine WindoWatch, and several have also been featured by StudyWeb and CreativePro Web sites. Donna is the author of CourseBuilder for Dreamweaver f/x and Design and Acrobat 5: The Professional User's Guide.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780789728418
  • Publisher: Pearson Education
  • Publication date: 12/16/2002
  • Pages: 433
  • Product dimensions: 8.02 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.86 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction 1
1 Getting Started 3
2 Setting Up a Project 17
3 Setting Up Your Project's Display Window 27
4 Setting Up Your Project's Timeline 39
5 Making Your Way Around the Time Graph 49
6 Adding Layers to Your Composition 59
7 Working with Layers 69
8 Editing in the Timeline 91
9 Using Keyframes to Pinpoint Changes in the Timeline 107
10 Creating Paths for Motion 117
11 Animating Layer Properties 129
12 Fine-Tuning Time and Motion Settings 145
13 Using Text in a Project 161
14 Working with Transparency for Special Effects 171
15 Using Relationships Between Layers to Create Effects 187
16 Working with Effects 197
17 Adding Different Types of Effects 207
18 Making Precise Edits to Effects 231
19 Working in Three Dimensions 243
20 Working with 3D Lights and Cameras 255
21 Using 3D Layers 271
22 Working with Parent/Child Relationships 281
23 Organizing a Project into Nested Levels 289
24 Using Audio Footage 299
25 Using Expressions 313
26 Previewing Your Work 331
27 Preparing a Project for Export 341
28 Exporting a Finished Project 353
Glossary 369
A: Other Sources of Information 377
B: Shortcut Keys 381
C: Video Formats 385
D: Index of Effects Across Versions 391
E How the Expression Language Works 395
Index 405
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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 12, 2004

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    I got this book b/c I needed a quick way to learn AE w/ easy to follow instructions. Unfortunately, the instructions are easy to follow but you don't gain a comprehensive knowledge of AE and what this book teaches you to do are not even nice looking but below average taste.

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