After Effects@ CS3 ACE EXAM
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You have three layers in a composition. You place them at different distances from the
camera. You want the farthest layer to look blurred, as shown in the Exhibit. What should
you do in the Camera Settings dialog box?
A. Set the Focal Length lower than zoom.
B. Set the Blur Level value to 100 percent.
C. Select Enable Depth of Field.
D. Choose 80mm camera from the Preset menu.
You import an image of grayscale clouds and add it to a composition. You want to use the
highlights in the image to reveal the content immediately beneath the image and the
shadows in the image to conceal the content beneath the mage. What should you do?
A. On the layer immediately below the clouds layer, select Luma Inverted Matte from the
Modes column of the Timeline panel.
B. On the layer immediately below the clouds layer, select Luma Matte from the Modes
column of the Timeline panel.
C. On the clouds layer, select Luma Inverted Matte from the Modes column of the Timeline
D. On the clouds layer, select Luma Matte from the Modes column of the Timeline panel.
You want to convert PAL footage to the NTSC standard to use in future projects and
compositions. What should you do?
A. Choose Lower Field First for Field Rendering and WSSWW for the 3:2 pull-down
B. Drag the footage from the Project panel to the Render Queue and choose Microsoft
DVNTSC for Output Module.
C. Change the frame rate of the footage to 29.97 fps.
D. Select the footage in the Timeline panel and choose the Frame Blending Option.
Your composition contains video and animated text. You want to export the composition in
a format suitable for playing in mobile devices. You al