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Meet Tuts+ at the After Effects World Conference

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We're really excited to let you know that Tuts+ (in the form of Adam Everett Miller!) will be in attendance at the forthcoming After Effects World conference. It couldn't be a more relevant event for our readers, and we wanted to let you know a little more about the conference (as well as share an exclusive discount, if you decide to attend!)


What Is After Effects World?

After Effects World has been designed with the needs of motion graphics and visual effects professionals in mind, as well as professional editors new to After Effects. It’s your opportunity to amp up your software aptitude, build professional connections and freely engage in creative exploration.

Three and a half days, and over 40 cutting-edge training sessions to build your efficiency and learn more about After Effects. You’ll interact directly and learn first-hand from iconic After Effects trainers and users. A quick way to find out exactly what to expect is to browse through the list of sessions that are taking place over the three days.

AEW

A Trip to Adobe

Attendees also get a chance to delve into the heart of the Adobe brain trust. On Friday, all of the speakers and attendees will depart the hotel to spend the day at the Adobe offices.

You'll have panel discussions, a mini expo, workshops with the founders and designers of After Effects, and a special keynote presentation.

You’ll gain insider knowledge of the logic behind the program, discover little known secrets of how the software was built, and have the opportunity to share your ideas for future releases. Everyone will then adjourn to the Adobe patio for an evening barbecue to talk shop, hang out and enjoy the Lake Union breeze! It promises to be an unforgettable trip.


A Special Discount

If you're interested in attending the conference, we'd love to meet you. There's a special 10% discount for all Aetuts+ readers. Just use the customer code AETUTS near the end of the registration process to redeem the offer.

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