Today everyone knows about animation and Animation industry is growing very fast, if we look around us, whether it is TV or smartphone, Animation will be seen everywhere. You can easily get a job by learning animation or you can also open your own Animated YouTube channel by learning animation or you can also start your own production. Friends, if you like watching animation and you have a passion for making animation then you have come to the right place. After doing this training, the student can easily get a job in the field of animation, we have online /offline classes available.

3 Months Animation Course

We will learn Animation in Animate CC, and also learn Helping Tool like Photoshop, Illustrator, Audition/Audacity

6 Months Advance Animation Course

We will learn Advance Animation in Animate CC, We will work on live projects and work on stories making, visualization etc, and also learn Helping Tool like Photoshop, Illustrator, Audition/Audacity

Animate cc syllabus

Starting Adobe Animate and opening a file | Understanding document types and creating a new document | Getting to know the workspace | Working with the Library panel | Understanding the Timeline panel | Organizing layers in a timeline | Using the Properties panel | Using the Tools panel | Adding layer effects | Undoing steps in Animate | Previewing and exporting your movie | Modifying the content and Stage | Saving your movie 

Understanding strokes and fills | Creating shapes | Making selections | Editing shapes | Using variable-width strokes | Organizing your drawing | Creating curves | Using brushes | Using gradient fills | Using transparency to create depth | About symbols | Creating symbols | Managing symbol instances | Applying filters for special effects | Creating and editing text | Aligning and distributing objects | Sharing your final project | Collaborating with the Assets panel

Animating position | Changing the pacing and timing | Animating transparency | Animating filters | Animating transformations | Editing multiple frames | Changing the path of the motion | Swapping tween targets | Creating nested animations | Easing | Frame-by-frame animation | Animating 3D motion | Exporting your final movie

About the Motion Editor | Understanding the project file | Adding motion tweens | Editing property curves | Viewing options for the Motion Editor | Copying and pasting curves | Adding complex eases

Layer parenting | Using classic tweens | Making and animating deformations | Graphic symbols for lip-syncing dialogue

Character animation with inverse kinematics | Creating the pedaling cycle | Disabling and constraining joints | Adding poses | Inverse kinematics with shapes | Simulating physics with springiness | Tweening automatic rotations | Using Rig mapping

Animating camera moves | Getting started | Using the camera | Creating depth | Attaching layers to the camera for fixed graphics | Exporting your final movie

Animating shapes | Understanding the project file | Creating a shape tween | Changing the pace | Adding more shape tweens | Creating a looping animation | Using shape hints | Previewing animations with onion skinning | Animating color | Creating and using masks | Animating the mask and masked layers | Easing a shape tween

About interactive movies | ActionScript and JavaScript | Creating buttons | Preparing the timeline | Creating destination keyframes | Navigating the Actions panel | Adding JavaScript interactivity  with the Actions panel wizard | Creating a Home button | Playing animation at the destination | Animated buttons

Using sounds | Understanding video | Using Adobe Media Encoder CC | Understanding encoding options | Playing back of external video in your project

Understanding publishing | Converting to HTML5 Canvas | Publishing for HTML5 | Publishing a desktop application | Publishing with VR 360 documents | VR Panorama and VR 360 documents | Creating a texture layer | Adding graphics and animation to a VR document | Publishing to mobile devices