Adobe After Effects is a digital motion graphics, visual effects and compositing app developed by Adobe Systems made use of in the post-production procedure of filmmaking and tv production. After Effects can also be utilized as a fundamental non-linear editor and a media transcoder.
Adobe After Effects is mainly utilized for developing motion graphics and visual effects. After Effects allows users to animate, change and composite media in 2D and 3D space with different integrated devices and third party plug-ins, as well as individual attention to variables like parallax and user-adjustable angle of observation.
After Effects and some non-linear modifying systems (NLEs) are layer-oriented, implying that each individual media item (video, audio clip, still image, and so on) occupies its own track. On the other hand, other NLEs use a system where individual media items can occupy the same track as long as they do not overlap in time. This track-oriented system is more fit for modifying and can keep project files a lot more succinct. The layer-oriented system that After Effects adopts is suited for comprehensive effects work and keyframing. Although other compositing bundles, particularly ones that employ tree or node operations, such as Nuke and eyeon Fusion are much better fit to handle large volumes of items within a composite, After Effects has the ability to counter the clutter somewhat by selectively hiding layers (making use of the Shy switch) or by grouping them into pre-compositions.