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I was wondering if anyone could suggest a good/active forum for Adobe After Effects/Video Editing in general.

I require the forum to ask for help in editing a file/some HD video or finding someone who would be willing to do such a thing.

This is as this Q&A site would not allow me to such for such help.

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media-motion.tv/ae-list.html –  datageist Jan 13 '12 at 21:17

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Try Video Co-Pilot. They have several tutorials and a forum.

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The question was to recommend a forum, not a tutorial page. I might be mistaken, but Video Co-pilot posts great tutorials, but it's not a real forum. –  Bart Arondson Oct 22 '12 at 21:41
    
Both Reading forums and tutorials is for you to know about after effects. They share the same purpose...to learn. Besides, Video Co-Pilot also recommends forums on After Effects, so better check it out. –  Andrew James Oct 23 '12 at 2:00
    
Yes, they're both for learning purpooses. The question clearly states that the asker is looking for a place where he can pose a concrete question about a certain file. A tutorial page does not allow that. Feel free to add the recommendations of Video Co-pilot to improve your answer. –  Bart Arondson Oct 23 '12 at 7:43
    
The link you have provided is for a studio, not for Video Co-Pilot. Please correct your answer. –  Friend Of George Oct 24 '12 at 2:26
    
They have a forum that is very helpful at times –  Chris James Champeau Oct 24 '12 at 17:02

I recommend the Creative Cow web site, specifically, http://forums.creativecow.net/adobeaftereffects. This will serve your need for getting help on AE, but this is not a site for posting to find some one to do the work for you. Hope this helps.

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I've had good success with the Premiere forums in terms of getting my questions answered. I don't have any personal experience on the AE side of Adobe's site, but I would assume that community is active as well. Good luck!

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