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Is there a particular set of tutorials - paid or free that you would recommend?
I feel like a lot of the YouTube stuff is somewhat all over the place.
Could you recommend a decent learning path please?
"cap cut" is all over the place i see.
i am not sure if tik tok or cap cut fails and reboots my iphone many times. anyone has the same problem?
back to after effects: just start a new project you're interested. do it from scratch and you will learn a lot. there are also tons of ytube tutorials free on every corner. warning: AE can be very time consuming and if you're stop you will forget things until the next project. so documenting important ninja moves and shortcuts is a good thing to do.
lol, this is exactly how I asked here about a decade ago.
I don't think "pirate Lynda tutorials" is still a good option. Find a youtube channel with a non-annoying voice, and then just practice.
A better question would be "which way are you trying to learn?"
Learn what all the effects do. Once you've through those, you are 90% there.
Once you know the effects, learn how to combine them:
Then learn what you need for the project you have in mind. Then, next project - learn what you need... repeat. I'm still learning things today, after many projects and years.
You soon realise to do the really cool stuff you need to learn 3D too and splurge a load of money on plugins like Stardust $250 etc.