Adobe After Effects application is used by video professionals for creating motion graphics and cinematic visual effects. Video pros use After Effects for 2D and 3D animation purposes, creating dynamic text animation using typography tools, applying nondestructive effects to video using various tinting and adjustment methods, isolating objects from their background using rotoscoping technology, and correcting for camera shake by utilizing cutting-edge stabilization features.
Besides the ability to edit, After Effects also integrates with several other Adobe applications like Photoshop for animating 3D layers, Premier Pro with shared effects and copy and paste support, and Flash Professional for creating web animation sequences.
There is a new release available now for the members of Creative Cloud. It is After Effects CC that has a few new fantastic features that we will talk about in this review.
The first thing I would like to say is the fact that After Effects CC will not work on 32-bit operating systems. The performance benefits of 64-bit systems allow the best way of coping with demanding technical challenges when working with video materials, especially with the content in HD and higher resolution.
Live 3D Pipeline
Adobe worked with one of the leading vendors in 3D, CINEMA 4D creators, Maxon, to present a mixture of After Effects and CINEMA 4D. You are no longer required to re-render or repeatedly render between the two applications, and you can work directly with 3D geometry inside your compositions. You can take native CINEMA 4D scenes as assets in After Effects and apply CINEMA 4D’s multi-pass workflow as layers to achieve your vision with new CINEWARE in After Effects CC.
You can read full version of this overview on Designmodo.com