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Shape Layer Tip #3: Trim Paths

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Shape Layer Tips #3 - Trim Paths
A CreativeCOW After Effects Video Tutorial


CreativeCOW presents Shape Layer Tips #3 - Trim Paths in After Effects--Video Training by Aharon Rabinowitz

Aharon Rabinowitz Aharon Rabinowitz
New York, USA

©2008 Aharon Rabinowitz and Creativecow.net. All rights reserved.

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In this video tutorial, Creative Cow leader Aharon Rabinowitz shows you how to use shape layers to easily create that "Old-School" look where a red dashed line animates over a map to indicate travel destinations.





This tutorial is also available as a podcast. Click here to find it and many other AE podcasts.


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After Effects: The Next Level, vol, 2: CS 3 Tips and Techniques
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Over 6.5 hours of training to take your work to the next level!

Aharon Rabinowitz knows how to make cool effects with After Effects. As the Creative Director of All Bets Are Off Productions in New York City, he also knows what you need to know to make the most of this very powerful program, to help you get the job done. Whether you're a working professional, or hope to become one, these 45 tutorials are for you.

or view all the available COW Master Series DVDs here.









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by zabe sangary
Ahron! where in Manhaton sushi ?

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Shape Layer Tip #3: Trim Paths
by Sam Totores
Thanks Ahron this tutorial covers something that I need to do, one question, if you have a large map how do you get the map to scroll with the line?


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