Discover the latest tips, updates and motion design tutorials for Adobe After Effects.
Learn how to quickly add a light sweep effect in After Effects to give your text a dramatic touch!
Transform the look of a dull or blown-out sky into an extraordinary sunset. In this After Effects tutorial you’ll learn a sky replacement technique that can greatly improve the look of all your outdoor shots!
Discover the new tools in the Adobe Production Premium CS6 applications. Adobe’s upcoming webinars will give you insight into using these new features to enhance your video work!
Use a kinetic typography style to make your projects more visually engaging and dynamic. Discover how to use After Effects to create cool typography animations.
Give your project a unique vintage look with the Film Stocks plug-in from Digital Film Tools. Choose from over 288 classic looks to create a distinct visual style!
Speed up your post workflow and add high-end design to your projects with After Effects templates. Win a year long membership to MotionArray.com and have access to a library of impactful After Effects templates and graphics!
Shooting nighttime DSLR time-lapse doesn’t have to be a shot in the dark. Check out these tips for quickly creating a nighttime time-lapse video with a Nikon DSLR and Adobe After Effects.
Discover how to efficiently archive your After Effects project files! Learn how to consolidate files, organize media and create a master folder for all of your AE projects.
Magic Bullet has recently re-introduced their popular Denoiser plugin, a great filter for reducing digital distortion in video. We bring you all the details on this new release and make suggestions for other popular digital noise reduction plugins.
In this tutorial we will be adding a CG flowing water element to our previously stabilized footage. Through the use of Displacement Maps, Animation, Expressions and Particles, we will blend the digital elements into the footage for a realistic final product.
In this tutorial we will take a look at the process of stabilizing footage using Adobe After Effects built in Stabilization feature. We will also look at how to apply a graphical element to the stabilized footage and then how to reverse the stabilization, to give a motion tracked effect to the graphics.
In this tutorial we will be taking real-world footage, shot specifically for the purpose of using the camera’s motion and natural shake. We will be tracking the footage and saving the data to use as camera animation in After Effects. We will also take a look at how we can save this effect as a preset for future projects.