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David Basulto: Good evening to everybody, David Basulto here filmmakingcentral.com, Happy Thanksgiving to everybody out there in the US. I want to take to moment at let you know about some training After Effects Training that I had an opportunity to review recently is called After Effects Camera Training, it's by the wonderful folks over Toolfarm.com and it's part of their expert training series.
They always have something really good with respect to training series? This one has to be done by Rob Birnholz, who I happen to know and he is a great guy and a guru at After Effects. He's an editor and the animator and a problem solver, he serves.
Check him out @RBirnholz, is his twitter id. He is always giving good little tips are here in that, but his training is great for those of you who are After Effects users, who may be new to After Effects, may be you're using it just to color correct or you know add some text or what not. If you're not using the cameras; you really should be using cameras. You can do so many wonderful things using cameras and we'll just take a look at some of the stuff that he has got going on here.
Cameras make everything come to life. From here we're outgoing through a hallway and he really walks you through the process of how to do the camera? How to attach it to different things such as nose? Just great work flows. I thought in this training. It's got I believe, let me check that again, it's got 13, 14, 15, 16 chapters in this training and each one is just filled with great information; even if you are pro at After Effects, this is something to keep around -- may be, you don't use the camera that much and you want to just refresh yourself but it's just got great information that is something good to have in your shelf.
I highly recommend it. Any of the Toolfarm training is great. This one a particular I thought was really worth its way, and you pick it up before the 30th which I think is a 4-5 days from now, you're going to get it for 29bucks. Let's take a look at the Toolfarm page and here is Toolfarm and having to sail there, you have never been to Toolfarm as well. It's great place to go for plug-ins and training and all kinds of goodies. But one thing is special right now and its only $29; it's definitely worth way more than that. So I highly recommend it, I'm going to give two big thumbs up here from filmmaking central, way to go Rob, way to go Toolfarm and that's professional training for After Effects Camera, I would Rob Birnholz, check it out today. I am David Basulto, everyone have a Great Thanksgiving. All the best.