This week’s episode of Why Did Taran Quit Linus explores the problem of diminishing returns.
We’ve already talked about perfectionism and fumbling our way to mastery, but what about slow results? This is normal when you’re learning something new.
However, it can become a major problem if you take five years to master it.
You need to consider options that will get you results faster.
Dealing with diminishing returns
One of the reasons Taran left Linus was his experience with the law of diminishing returns.
While it isn’t a new concept, it’s a concept that is applicable to a variety of different areas of our lives.
If you’ve tried to learn a new skill, you’ve likely come across this concept.
If you don’t understand how this law works, consider this example: You’re learning a new skill or technique.
At the end of your journey, you’ve likely reached a point where you’ve spent more time than you’d like to.
Dealing with diminishing returns is a common obstacle in learning a new skill.
Scripting language in After Effects
Scripting language in After Effects is a way to automate and customize the post-production workflow in After Effects.
Scripts can do everything from reorder layers in a composition to finding and replacing source text.
They can even send an e-mail when rendering is complete.
Scripting language in After Effects allows you to automate repetitive tasks and increase efficiency.
The UI of After Effects makes it easy to use.
After Effects includes a convenient scripting language called ExtendScript.
This language allows users to automate repetitive tasks by providing them with a convenient user interface.
ExtendScript provides an efficient way to automate almost anything in After Effects.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn the basic concepts of ExtendScript and how to apply them.