Adding the type glint


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Adding the type glint

Once the type is hit and the animation is settled, we want to remind viewers to read what's important on the frame. In this case it's the type. We'll use a copy of the type layer and a track matte to create a glint or a shimmer of light on the face of the type. This will draw the viewer's eye up to the type without overwhelming the rest of the image. I'm inside of the MMM-001 composition and this is where all of our compositing is really coming together. And the Type Pass Pre layer that we have here is the affected layer that has the Shine effect on it. Now we're going to make a copy of this and delete the effects off of it so that we can use this as the basis for our glint.

First thing I am going to do is select that layer, hit Command+D or Ctrl+D on the keyboard, and now it's also got keyframes on it for Opacity. So if I hit the letter U on the keyboard, that reveals the Opacity keyframes, and I'm going to turn the stopwatch off and bring the Opacity of the...

Adding the type glint
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Adding the type glint provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Rob Garrott as part of the CINEMA 4D: Rendering Motion Graphics for After Effects

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