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Old 01-05-2003, 07:22 AM   #1
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I am new to the world of Compositing... I have recently moved my tool set from Lightwave to Maya. And now I am interested in learning how to composite using AE 5.5. I have decent experience using AE, but I am not familiar with the Maya import camera features.

Anyone know of a good book, or video tutorial? I have been learning a lot from DV Garage.

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did you look through the sticky at the top of the forum? there are some resources there.

there use to be an excellent video tutorial by brian maffet on how to import a maya camera into AE 5.5. in the adobe expert center at www.adobe.com.
 
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