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Adobe After Effects is a digital motion graphics and compositing software package published by Adobe Systems. It is used in post-production process of film and television production.

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I'll take you through how to replicate the paint stroke effect in After Effects, as briefly as I am able. The artwork would have to be created seperately. Hold tight, because this guide assumes you h …
answered Jan 17 '20 by Clif
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Create your text layer. Create a 100% black solid layer Create a 100% white solid layer, make sure it is above the black layer. Precomp the two solid layers (cmd/control + shift + c) and jump into t …
answered Feb 17 '20 by Clif
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Since it's only 30 frames long, I'd probably do away with tracking and just keyframe it manually using the 'corner pin' effect. Or do a partial track with Mocha AE and supplement the parts that start …
answered Feb 2 '20 by Clif
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Without having seen the movie, it may be difficult to get it down exactly, but here is what I came up with. Duplicate your layer twice, so that you have three copies. On the top layer mask out the …
answered Jan 21 '20 by Clif
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You can tell by the shadows that light's illumination was increased. However, you can acheive a similar result (though not perfect) by just keyframing the 'Curves' effect in After Effects. (I had bett …
answered Jan 16 '20 by Clif