Ventura, California (PRWEB) October 23, 2007
lynda.com, the leader in self-paced digital media and design training, today announced the publication of five new video training courses. These courses were created and produced by the acclaimed After Effects expert team of Chris and Trish Meyer/CyberMotion, and include: Hot Looks Using Floating Point in After Effects, Learning the After Effects Glow Plug-In, Lighting Tricks in After Effects, Understanding Fields & Interlacing in After Effects, and Working with 3:2 Pulldown in After Effects.
Chris and Trish are principles at CyberMotion, the award-winning motion graphics studio, and the authors of many After Effects books. They have created incredible imagery for NBC, ABC, HBO, Fox, TLC, New Line, and Paramount, plus corporations ranging from Apple to Xerox. The Meyers often speak at events around the country on the subjects of After Effects and motion graphics. They are the authors of the book After Effects Apprentice (Focal Press) and the "Motion Graphics" column for DV magazine.
"We are thrilled to have Chris and Trish publish their video courseware to our Online Training Library®," says Lynda Weinman, CEO of lynda.com. "Their training is known for its clarity, quality, and cutting-edge techniques."
The five new training courses delve into After Effects fundamentals, and offer many new tips and tricks for those looking to further their motion graphics skills.
Anyone with an internet connection can access these five courses by subscribing to lynda.com's Online Training Library®. They are all online exclusives.
Subscriptions to the lynda.com Online Training Library® start at $25 a month, and provide access to over 23,000 movie tutorials covering more than 340 technology career tools, software applications, and techniques. Subscribers can access any of the computer-based training titles at their convenience. Multi-user subscriptions are also available for companies and institutions seeking to provide education and training to groups.
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About Chris and Trish Meyer
Chris Meyer is a principle at CyberMotion, a renowned graphic design studio in Los Angeles. CyberMotion has created opening titles, promos, and graphics for CBS, NBC, ABC, FOX, The Learning Channel, PBS, and PAX; corporations ranging from Apple to Xerox; and several movies, including Almost Heroes and The Omega Code. Chris is a refugee from the music industry, where he designed musical instruments and digital recorders for Sequential, Digidesign, and Roland. He released an award-winning album with his ensemble, Alias Zone, and he occasionally scores CyberMotion's projects. He still consults on intellectual property issues in the music industry, and has been turning his attention to creating collage art. Chris also co-authored, with his wife Trish, the highly respected After Effects books Creating Motion Graphics and After Effects Apprentice.
Trish Meyer is a principle at CyberMotion, an award-winning graphic design studio in Los Angeles. She has created opening titles, promos, and graphics for CBS, NBC, ABC, FOX, The Learning Channel, HBO, and PBS. CyberMotion's corporate clients range from Apple to Xerox, and Trish has worked on several major movies, including Now and Then and The Talented Mr. Ripley. She works in a wide range of formats, and her projects have included IMAX movies, the NBC AstroVision sign in Times Square, and the four-block-long Fremont Street Experience in Las Vegas. Trish founded CyberMotion after an extensive career in print, including a stint as the art director for a music magazine. Trish also co-authored, with her husband Chris, the highly respected After Effects books Creating Motion Graphics and After Effects Apprentice.