I was wondering if u think one should wait and buy Mark Christiansens AE CS3 Pro techniques that's coming out soon, or go with wth AE 7 techniques?
I'm thinking of upgrading to AE CS3, but as I understood it, this one doesn't contain a DVD, which I suppose has stuff u can key out etc. If anyone could
tell me what the dvd contains it would be most helpful
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Sun May 06, 2007 12:21 pm
Joined: 15 Feb 2007 Posts: 71
I guess it depends on how proficient you are with AE... I guess waiting is the way to go if you want to learn, and are going to use all the new goodies of AE cs3... as for the standard stuff I think it's better to just go with AE 7 edition..
that book is truly a breed apart from all others in that domain.. we have one at work as a reference and I love it..
so I say go with the No7 unless you need to use the new tools...
as for DvD it has files for following tutorials in the book.. I never used it cause when I work I have my own footage to deal with and the book helps a lot on it's own.. but I'll try and see if I can find it somewhere it the supper chaos our workspace is right now lol..
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Mon May 07, 2007 5:25 am
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They are way more expensive, but for some great training I do really recomend the Total Training DVD's. That is how I got my start into After Effects quite a while back, and have gotten diffferent updates and variations, and have never seen better training on after effects.
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