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Software Description:

Build Flash and Unity 3D projects faster with video players, music players, games, image galleries, animations and more.

Software Description:

Adobe After Effects is a visual effects, motion graphics, keying and compositing application, used in the post-production process of filmmaking and TV production. After Effects can be used for a wide range of different purposes, including keying, tracking, compositing, rotoscoping and animation.

After Effects allows users to animate, edit, and compose media in 2D or 3D and integrates with a wide range of other programs such as Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Cinema 4D, Lightwave 3D etc.

Software Description:

Design slick flyers, resumes, logos and banners faster with a huge library of illustrations, icons, web elements, templates and more.

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    No key features associated with this application.

Summary:

  • Animate, edit and compose media in 2D or 3D.

  • Wide integration with both Adobe products and third party programs.

  • Basic non-linear editor, audio editor and media transcoder.

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    No key features associated with this application.

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Founded:
1982
Based in:
San Jose
Employees:
10001+
Likes:
Followers:
252k

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