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Adobe Video Community | February 2022 Meet-up
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February 23rd at 12pm PST (UTC-8)
This month, the team takes an in-depth look at Character Animator.
Watch live on February 23rd!
Hosted by Senior Product Manager, Erica Schisler, this month, we explore ways to deliver top-notch animation in music videos using Adobe Character Animator.
See the latest enhancements to Character Animator — including Puppet Maker and Transcript-based Lip Sync.
Joining Erica in conversation about their recent music video animation efforts, and sharing something each is proud to highlight are:
— Konee Rok
— Seth Zeichner
— Jim Tews
Animated music videos have been created since the beginning of music-based film and video production. And new technology is making it easier than ever to create beautifully visual and high quality videos. Using animation can further demonstrate the emotional element of the music. Join us as we talk to three animators and discuss their approaches to creating the animated music video.
Konee Rok, an award-winning filmmaker known for his work with many popular artists in hip-hop, rap, and breakdancing culture. He’s a director, documentarian and animator. And he created the distinct animated visuals for DJ Aktive’s music video “The City” ft. Common, Jazzy Jeff, Freeway, and Bri Steves. https://koneerok.com/
In the City music video he created with PS and CH: https://vimeo.com/koneerok/commonthecity
Seth started out as a traditional cartoonist and artist but as the industry moved to digital, he landed his first big job was working on “Blue’s Clues”. Over the years he’s worked on a variety of projects including the independent animated film, The Realm Beyond Reason. More recently he collaborated with Pat Moriarity on the animated music video for the Replacements “Shutup” music video.
More about the “Shutup” music video: https://www.provideocoalition.com/the...
Comedian and writer Jim Tews is the creator of the New York Times Bestseller “Felines of New York.” He made his stand-up television debut on Last Comic Standing. He's been seen on FX, NBC, SeeSo, and TBS. His recent comedy album “I Was In Band” debuted at #3 on the iTunes comedy charts. He’s also realized animation is a great way to bring his ideas to life and to tell the stories he wanted to tell, without setting up lights and camera equipment. Jim created a video for Weezer, which was endorsed by the band. His other work includes characters, commercial parodies, and standup.
Weezer, “Happy Hour”, music video: https://youtu.be/OJO5E9wpF3M
Join Us Live!
This virtual event is part of the monthly series — Adobe Video Community Meet-ups — and will go live on February, February 23rd at 12pm PST (UTC-8).
Find all the AVC Meet-ups here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzTRmaCL97qv7dc8Uvx63fvs-PuMbt5Z3
Adobe Video Community meet-ups feature product demos, conversations, and Q&A with Adobe product teams, and spotlights exciting projects and creative workflows from the community. Each event is streamed to Adobe Video YouTube and Facebook channels on the last Wednesday of each month. Please help spread the word to your friends, colleagues, and community.
What is Adobe Video Community? Anyone using Premiere Pro, After Effects, Audition, Media Encoder, Character Animator, Photoshop, Animate... and more to create video content of all stripes.
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