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Create motion graphics and visual effects.

Rich Media Cluster, with Adobe After Effects, offers a software suite developed to complement the research and scholarly work of IUPUI students, faculty and staff. Adobe After Effects CS5 software delivers the outstanding performance and visual richness required to succeed in today's media culture. New native 64-bit support lets you tap more of your computer's power to work efficiently with complex HD, 2K, and 4K projects. Plus, a broad range of innovative features—from the revolutionary new Roto Brush to dozens of subtle but important changes that streamline your workflow—enable you to create amazing motion graphics and blockbuster visual effects while delivering your work to the widest possible variety of screens.

Color LUT Support New Feature: Color LUT Support

Adobe® After Effects® CS5 Now has new built in features that allow you to get consistent color in your workflow by using industry-standard 3DL and CUBE lookup tables. In the film industry, 3D LUTs (lookup tables) are used to calculate preview colors for a monitor or digital projector

Dream weaver-gallery AVC-Intra and enhanced RED support

Work natively with tapeless footage from the newest high-quality Panasonic cameras thanks to AVC-Intra 50 and AVC-Intra 100 support. Take advantage of improved support for RED R3D formats, and gain additional controls for working with raw footage.

Camera Color Finesse

The Adobe® After Effects® family of users enjoy an enhanced color correction workflow with the new features, finer control over hue and saturation, and ability to export settings as color lookup tables (LUTs) in Color Finesse LE 3.

Adobe After Effects More Information From Adobe

With Adobe® After Effects® CS4 software, you can create compelling motion graphics and blockbuster visual effects with flexible tools that help save you time and deliver unparalleled creative power.

Last updated by jocfrank on 09/22/2011