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The best way to achieve this is to import the PSD into After Effects, which converts the PS effects to AE effects automatically. Make sure your effects are all on adjustment layers before importing, and make sure your document mode is set to RGB. If your PS document is a different resolution than your AE comp, you may need to move the effects from the auto ...


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Here's a few effects to take a look at, which may get you closer to the result you are looking for. These effects are based on your helpful thumbnails: Effect > Stylize > Glow / Trapcode Shine (uSampler1) Effect > Noise & Grain > Fractal Noise + Turbulent Displace (uSampler2) Effect > Generate > 4-Color Gradient (uSampler3) Effect > Noise & Grain ...


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Video Copilot has an interesting plugin, Saber, that's free. It requires some manual tracking on the lightsabers and most likely some masking / roto, but it's a great solution that works with After Effects CS5.5 and up on Mac and PC: http://www.videocopilot.net/blog/2016/03/new-plug-in-saber-now-available-100-free/ EDIT: I ...



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