This lesson covers the Wiggle, Time and LoopOut expressions I covered in class, as well as a few additional expressions (including a way to control expressions with keyframes).
Here’s the exact way you need to type the expressions used in the above video:
Change the numbers in the above examples to suit your need.
Download these clips to work with After Effects transfer modes (also works in Premiere).
Learn how to pre-compose (or precomp) to speed up your After Effects workflow.
Now that we’re nearing the end of the semester, take a few minutes to BACK YOUR STUFF UP. Don’t rely on a single flash drive or hard drive to get you through an entire semester. Google Drive is your friend.
In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to use the 3D camera tracker in After Effects, in order to realistically “glue” new elements (like text or images) to existing video footage.
You can download video clips to practice on here.
Here are the instructions for the final project for this class:
The due date is May 6th at 6:20pm.
An introduction to particles in After Effects, using the Particle Systems II effect to cover concepts and workflow.
How to make floors, a wall and a ceiling, using solid layers and images.
A comprehensive tutorial introducing the use of 3D lights, and explaining the difference between the various types of lights available in After Effects.
How to create (and animate) 3D layers and cameras.