After Effect CC 2018 Associate Exam

Overview

The Adobe Certified Associate ACA

After Effect CC 2018

Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) certification is the perfect place to recognize and inspire creativity in your students. It allows students to approach tasks and projects in new ways, working out solutions they couldn’t have seen before; and helping you as a teacher become involved with your student’s creative process on a new level.

ACA certification offers your students a foundation for success by validating their digital skills, and offering you the ability to assess your student’s progress, engagement, and involvement.

تعد شهادة Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) المكان المثالي للتعرف على الإبداع والإلهام لدى طلابك. إنها تتيح للطلاب التعامل مع المهام والمشاريع بطرق جديدة ، والعمل على إيجاد حلول لم يتمكنوا من رؤيتها من قبل ؛ ومساعدتك كمدرس على المشاركة في العملية الإبداعية لطلابك في مستوى جديد.

تقدم شهادة ACA لطلابك أساسًا للنجاح من خلال التحقق من صحة مهاراتهم الرقمية ، وتوفر لك القدرة على تقييم تقدم الطالب ومشاركته.

Exam Objectives

  • Module 1: Working in the Visual Effects and Motion Graphics Industry
    • Identify the purpose, audience, and audience needs for preparing visual effects and motion graphics projects.
      • Determine whether content is relevant to the purpose, the audience, and their need.
    • Communicate with colleagues and clients about project plans.
      • Demonstrate knowledge of techniques for communicating ideas about project plans with peers and clients.
      • Demonstrate knowledge of basic project management concepts.
    • Determine the type of copyright, permissions, and licensing required to use specific content.
      • Identify legal and ethical considerations for using third-party content.
      • Identify when and how to obtain permissions to use images or video of people and locations.
    • Demonstrate an understanding of key terminology and tools related to digital audio and video.
      • Demonstrate knowledge of digital video terminology.
      • Demonstrate knowledge of color management in digital video.
      • Understand and use key terms related to video and audio post-production.
    • Demonstrate knowledge of basic motion graphics, video effects (VFX), and design principles.
      • Communicate visually using standard compositing techniques.
      • Identify general design principles and guidelines for motion graphics.
      • Define common photographic/cinematic composition terms and principles.
      • Demonstrate knowledge of common animation terms and principles
  • Module 2:  Project Setup and Interface
    • Create and edit a project with the appropriate settings for video
      • Set appropriate project settings for video.
      •  Create and modify compositions to match the project requirements
    • Navigate, organize, and customize the application workspace.
      • Identify and manipulate elements of the After Effects interface.
      • Customize and manage workspaces.
      •  Configure application preferences.
    • Use non-visible design tools in the interface to aid in video workflow.
      • Navigate a composition.
      •  Use markers.
      •  Use guides and grids.
    • Import assets into a project.
      • Import media from various sources.
      • Manage assets/footage in an After Effects project.
  • Module 3: Organizing Video Projects
    • Use the Timeline panel.
      • Use the Timeline panel to manage layers.
      • Manage multiple layers in a complex composition.
      • Recognize the different types of layers in the Timeline panel.
    •  Modify layer visibility using opacity, blending modes, and masks.
      •  Adjust a layer’s visibility.
      • Create, apply, and manipulate masks.
    • Module 4: Creating and Modifying Visual Elements
      • Use core tools and features to create compositions.
        • Create shapes using a variety of tools.
        •  Place assets into a composition.
      • Add, manipulate, and animate text.
        •  Create text in a composition.
        •  Adjust character settings.
        •  Adjust paragraph settings.
        •  Animate text.
      • Trim footage for use in compositions.
        • Trim layers using a variety of tools.
        •  Modify and refine layer trims using various methods.
      •  Modify digital media within a project.
        •  Transform visual elements in the composition.
        • Change the speed or direction of a video clip..
      •  Use basic reconstructing and editing techniques to manipulate
        digital audio and video.

        •  Use basic auto-correction methods and tools.
        •  Modify and edit vector graphics.
      •  Add and modify effects and presets.
        • Apply and adjust a video effect to a track.
        •  Use 3D space to modify composition elements.
        •  Create image composites.
        •  Manipulate and animate images using advanced tools.
        •  Apply and modify effects on multiple layers.
      • Create and modify keyframes for motion graphics.
        • Apply and adjust transformations using keyframes.
        •  Animate effects using keyframes.

     

    • Module 5:Publishing Digital Media
      • Prepare a composition for publishing to web, screen, and
        other digital devices.

        • Check a composition for errors and against specifications.
      •  Export digital video to various file formats.
        •  Save in the native file format for After Effects (.aep).
        •  Export frames.
        •  Export a composition.
        • Archive a project.

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