Adobe After Effects
Adobe After Effect is a member of the Adobe family and was designed to be a professional video editing, editing, and design application. Adobe After effects (also known as AE) is equipped with a variety of tools for editing video effects, images, and audio.
Professional video design applications such as filmmaking, video game development, and television production use AE frequently.
In 1993, the experts at Science and Art released the first two versions of After Effects. Shortly thereafter, in July 1993, Aldus technology corporation acquired Software. In 1994, After Effect was acquired by the Adobe family and renamed Adobe After Effects, signifying the software’s widespread release.
Adobe After Effects has evolved over the years to include a multitude of versions and features, and has become an indispensable tool for video editing and creation tasks.
Adobe After Effects includes a 3D Camera Tracker tool for observing video details. This application will track every 3D image in your video. For each parameter, depth, shadow, and reflection are also appropriately controlled.