It has been quiet here at mamoworld this year, since we focused on the development of an amazing new tool: Squash & Stretch for After Effects. It will be released soon. It will change the way you animate.
As a first sneak peek - here is some feedback we collected from our beta testers.
Thanks a lot to the beta testers we interviewed in this video:
We just published an iExpressions update that adds full DuiK support for our automatic walk cycles.
With the new version, not only the position of feet and hands, but also DuiK's heel raising controller is animated fully automatically by our procedural walk cycles.
Making DuiK characters walk has never been that easy!
The new iExpressions library is a free update for all iExpressions V2 customers.
With the just released After Effects version 2017.2 (a.k.a. 2017 Spring Update) the one thing you don't find
among the list of shiny new features is that the UI of many extensions looks pretty ugly now.
Not only the buttons are round, also all icons have a round background.
For the third year in a row, Mathias is going to present at the AVW (Adobe Video World Conference).
AVW is the one big event of the year that is entirely focused on Adobe After Effects and Premiere Pro. So it is no surprise that the event will be in Seattle, where also the After Effects development team has their offices.