Posts Tagged ‘After Effects’
With trackFinger you can track your finger movements and place them in After Effects. In this post, we share a few details on this new application and show it in action.
This Twilight Zone style animation for After Effects is a great way to learn some new motion design fundamentals.
Our friend, CreativeDojo.net, is giving away a FREE glitch script for After Effects – great for giving your project a lo-fi or tech effect.
Create a look popular in motion design – the animated banner. In this video tutorial we jump into After Effects and show you how to do it with simple shape layers and keyframing.
You don’t need fancy third party plugins to create 3D text in After Effects. In this tutorial we show you 3 simple ways to give your text a 3D effect.
Find yourself in a creative rut? Want to stay on top of the best motion design work being done today? We’ve rounded up the most useful sites for (and created by) leading motion designers.
We’ve rounded up a TON of free resources for video and film editors. Light leaks, vignettes, post production utility apps and everything in between – build out your digital asset library with these FREE video editing resources.
Create an animated map in After Effects without any third party plugins or expressions – a major improvement over boring static map images!
Are you an editor looking to improve your motion graphics work? In this post we’ve curated the best tutorials on useful motion graphics and visual effects techniques.
Create a super realistic neon lighting effect using Cinema 4D and After Effects – perfect for title treatments!
Animating characters in After Effects is easier than you might think! In this tutorial you’ll learn how to easily create character animations using a layered Photoshop file and the After Effects puppet tool.
Are you having issues with your video editing apps and OSX Mavericks? Adobe Creative Cloud giving you error or simply won’t open? In this post we share some tips for upgrade to Mavericks depending on the apps your using and their current support for this new OSX.