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With Adobe After Effects software, you can create compelling motion graphics and blockbuster visual effects with flexible tools that help save you time and deliver unparalleled creative power. It's used in the post-production process of filmmaking and television production and its main uses are the origination of 2D and 2.5D animation, visual effects compositing and finishing (image adjustment, color correction etc.). After Effects can also be used as a basic non-linear editor and a media transcoder.
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Hot fire software lol. Great for filmmakers and it comes apart of the adobe suite so its chill.
Its the gold standard for special effects industry
If you need a modelling program to go with it, I suggest using elements-3D, built by andrew kramer
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After Effects is a really awesome software and I love to play around with it, it is not for the newbie as it can be hard to learn, although some of the other alternatives are even harder, But, the price is what scares most people away from buying AE and I think that 1 month trial is not nearly long enough for someone to learn and decide if they want to pay such a large amount.. I have just come across a new alternative "Video Motion Pro" for 2015, I know that it is no way superior to AE but is definitely cheaper and you can create Green Screen projects, logo's, outros, and so much more, it is really worth having a look at if the price of AE is out of your Reach.
Avoid that link posted on above comment. <<
Did you deliberately provide a bad link instead of directly sending clickers to Video Motion Pro website?
As far as I'm concerned about Video Motion Pro is that, it's an abandoned software as it may not work because it's buggy and the company won't refund your money simply because their customer service doesn't respond.
You probably got paid by the company to post that malware link that got blocked by Malwarebytes.
I have seen a lot of what this can do, and it is amazing... I just wish that there was a Ubuntu (linux) version available.