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BeatEdit for Audition released!

We just released BeatEdit for Adobe Audition! Just like its siblings, BeatEdit for After Effects and BeatEdit for Premiere Pro, it detects beats in your music and generates markers for them. This means you can easily match the tempo of two songs, edit your music, and seamlessly loop tracks – all with just a few clicks.

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The best Adobe After Effects tutorials for beginners

Want to learn Adobe After Effects
from YouTube tutorials, but no idea where to start?

You’ve come to the right place.

First things first:

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Virtual Conference & Raffle: mamoworld at Adobe Video World

Adobe Video World

mamoworld's Mathias Möhl will be speaking at Adobe Video World again this year. Due to the coronavirus it's a digital only conference this time, so it's a great chance to join this amazing event from anywhere in the world!

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Free eBook out now!

I know many of you have been waiting for this - now it is published! Our eBook Motion Graphics in After Effects that Speaks to Your Brain is now available - 100% free, with no strings attached.

Get it now

 

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Bringing Beat Markers from BeatEdit for Premiere Pro to Final Cut Pro X

Our customer Laurence Wiener recently asked us if there is a way to bring the beat markers of BeatEdit 2 for Premiere Pro to Final Cut Pro X. He finally found a workflow himself to import the Premiere Pro project including the beat markers to FCP X.

In case you want to do the same, here is his approach:

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iExpressions 3 for After Effects released!

iExpressions 3 for After Effects out now!

iExpressions allows you to use After Effects expressions without reading or writing a single line of code. It comes with over 100 iExpressions, each with an intuitive, easy to use interface.

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Prototyping React-Spring Animations in Adobe After Effects

What is Spring-Based Animation?

No matter if you create animations for the web, Android or iOS - spring animations are becoming more and more popular. In traditional, time-based animations an animation is defined by a start point A, and end point B, a duration and some easing. If you design a single, static animation, this is a very intuitive way to work. However, when it comes to designing continuous, fluid interactivity, this approach is very limited.

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BeatEdit 2 for Premiere Pro released!

iExpressions 3 for After Effects out now!

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