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A Collection of AE Templates to TRY!
Here's a collection of AE Templates that you're free to try.
And as I always mention to you guys, if you like something, and you're satistfied with it, go and buy it please.
1.Cinema 4D in AE has been upgraded to r19 (live link, spline tools, physical rendering, body paint)
2.If you use mercury transmit for monitoring, you can now preview in 10-bit with suitable hardware
3.Under Character panel, ligatures and Hindi digits are added.
4.Export as animated GIF via media encoder
5.Remove the font missing window when opening a new project by going preferences > type
6.Center anchor point in new shape layers by going Preferences > General
7.Cycling between the 7 masks modes (if 2 masks are intersected) by pressing the equal key (=) forward and by pressing the dash key (-) to go backwards
8.Clear out disc caches
9.In the project pane, if u copy a comp, select a folder, and paste; the comp will be pasted inside the selected folder.
10.The Add, Match, and Remove Grain plugins are now 5x faster thanks to the GPU optimization
11.The Video Limiter plugin from Premiere Pro has been added to AE. This plugin is mostly used for older video systems like NTSC.
The Hidden Treasures Bauhaus Dessau is a project Adobe launched in collaboration with Erik Spiekermann, a typeface designer who has worked with clients including Cisco, Mozilla, and Autodesk. The project materialized after the discovery of unfinished typography sketches and letter fragments from the German school Bauhaus Dessau, which was closed in 1932 by the National Socialist Party. A team of typography professionals and design students worked with the remaining type specimens and Illustrator CC to digitize the font sets. Two of the five, ‘Joschmi’ by Joost Schmidt and ‘Xants’ by Xanti Schawinsky are available today, and the remaining three will be available in coming months. Designers of the remaining fonts are Alfred Arndt, Carl Marx, and Reinhold Rossig.
Adobe is also launching a series of five design challenges in conjunction with the fonts. Community participants will be entered to a win a trip visit the Bauhaus archives.If not by name, many designers and Apple customers will l…