CS3 Production Premium for Motion Graphics and Interactive Enthusiasts, Part 2

DMN By By Kevin Schmitt Rounding third and heading for home with After Effects, Encore, Photoshop, and the rest CS3 Like the weekly serials of old, we left off last time with a cliffhanger. What treats were there to be found in the rest of the CS3 Production Premium bundle? Which goodies in After Effects, Encore, Photoshop Extended, and even OnLocation and Ultra would appeal to motion graphics and interactive folk? Well, you didn't have to wait too long to find out, so let's get this sucka done. Note for those who actually care: Part one of this two-part series can be found by following this link. After Effects I know I'm really going out on a limb by saying that AE will, in fact, be of interest to motion graphics pros. Yes, I'm full of these types of daring, radical pronouncements and controversial views. Anyway, it's no secret what AECS3 will feature; after all, you can grab the public beta right now and see for yourself. So in the spirit of self-discovery, and with full knowledge that you can get plenty of in-depth information on what AECS3 brings to the table from numerous other sources, allow me to simply disseminate a few perhaps not-so-obvious tidbits about some peripheral items of note. read more...

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