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Adobe 9A0-039 Dumps

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Adobe After Effects 6.0 Professional ACE
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Adobe After Effects 6.0 Professional ACE

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Question #1 - Topic 0

Which statement describes how 3D layers are rendered?

A. 3D layers render layer orientation properties first.

B. 3D layers are rendered according to their z depth value.

C. 3D layers are rendered according to their timeline stacking order.

D. 3D layers are rendered according to the Composition Settings > Rendering Plug-In setting.

Question #2 - Topic 0

You want to create a light that can be animated along 3D axes but will still keep focus on a
specific scene location while animating.
What should you do?

A. choose Light Settings dialog > Light Type: Spot

B. choose Light Settings dialog > Light Type: Parallel

C. choose Layer > Transform >Auto-Orient > Orient Along Path

D. choose Layer > Transform > Auto-Orient > Orient Towards Point of Interest

Question #3 - Topic 0

Which statement about frame rates in After Effects is true?

A. Frame rates are set at the project level.

B. Composition frame rates override project frame rates.

C. Compositions in a project can contain different frame rates.

D. Frame rates are set for the project in the render module of the Render Queue.

Question #4 - Topic 0

You have defined a region of interest in the Composition window. You want to redefine the
region of interest. What should you do?

A. choose View > Look At All Layers

B. choose Composition > Trim Comp to Work Area

C. drag the Region of Interest button into the Composition window and drag the Marquee tool

D. Alt (Windows) or Option (Mac OS) click the Region of Interest button, then drag the marquee in the Composition window

Question #5 - Topic 0

Which compression method should you use when rendering an Adobe After Effects project
for playback from a CD-ROM?

A. Sorenson

B. Intel Raw

C. Animation

D. Component Video

Question #6 - Topic 0

Which is the default behavior for how After Effects handles the frame rate of imported
motion footage?

A. After Effects maintains the original frame rate of the imported footage.

B. After Effects conforms the imported footage frame rate to the project settings frame rate.

C. After Effects uses the Time Remapping feature to change the imported footage frame rate to the project frame rate.

D. After Effects conforms the imported footage frame rate to that of the composition the imported footage is placed into.

Question #7 - Topic 0

You have created an animated layer that will be used to create highlights on the layers
below. You want the highlights to display when they are only over opaque pixels of the
underlying layers. Which After Effects setting or feature should you use?

A. Alpha Matte

B. Luma Matte

C. Inverted Alpha Matte

D. Preserve Underlying Transparency

Question #8 - Topic 0

Which option or feature should you use to increase or decrease the transparency of an
entire matte?

A. Alpha Levels

B. Matte Choker

C. Color Range Key

D. Color Difference Key

Question #9 - Topic 0

You have created a layer and applied a Track Matte.
What happens when you choose Edit > Split Layer?

A. After Effects retains the order of Track Mattes above the layer.

B. After Effects warns you to remove the Track Matte and reapply it after the layer is split.

C. After Effects splits the layer and applies the Preserve Underlying Transparency option to the new layers.

D. After Effects creates a precomposition of the two new layers and applies the Track Matte in the current composition.

Question #10 - Topic 0

Which keying effect in After Effects creates a binary key?

A. Color key

B. Inner Outer key

C. Linear Color key

D. Color Difference key

Question #11 - Topic 0

Which After Effects feature helps maintain detail and reduces gradient banding when
working with film effects and HDTV projects?

A. 3:2 pulldown

B. Vector Paint Engine

C. Gaussian Blur effect

D. 16 bit per channel color support

Question #12 - Topic 0

Which statement about using After Effects OpenGL previewing is true?

A. Layers are limited to 2,000 by 2,000 pixels.

B. OpenGL supports all After Effects blending modes.

C. OpenGL previews are created by using Adaptive Resolution previewing.

D. OpenGL previews are limited only by the amount of installed RAM on the system.

Question #13 - Topic 0

You applied a drop shadow to a layer, but when it is in motion, the shadow follows the layer
and NOT the light source. What could be wrong?

A. The drop shadow is locked to the wrong layer.

B. The light source needs to be animated over time.

C. The motion was rendered before the drop shadow in the rendering pipeline.

D. The drop shadow was rendered before the motion in the rendering pipeline.

Question #14 - Topic 0

Which After Effects feature or command moves pixels in one layer based on the brightness
values of pixels in another layer?

A. Offset

B. Motion Tracking

C. Time Remapping

D. Displacement Map

Question #15 - Topic 0

Which option must be enabled in the Paint palette to automatically animate paint strokes?

A. setting Mode to Linear Light

B. setting Duration to Constant

C. setting Duration to Write On

D. setting Clone to Lock Source Time

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