Learn how convert to editable text, use a built-in animation preset, and change the timing of the animation.
- [Instructor] The next thing that we are going…to do is animate three elements from this design…and we are going to start with the titles over here…and then we are going to animate the logo…of the Wimbledon tournament.…And finally we are going…to animate this blue layer underneath the five logo.…Alright so I'm going to return to the beginning…of the composition by clicking over here…or just dragging this thin blue line the time order…or the current time indicator.…
And then I'm going to make sure nothing is selected…by pressing f two or you can just click over here.…Now I want to use After Effects build in text engine,…in order to animate the titles…and I'm going to use one of the presets…that comes with After Effect to create a nice reveal…for both of them together.…So I'm going to select layer number five,…which is the word Wimbledon…and then I'm going to hold shift…and click on layer number six, the championships word.…
Next I'm going to right click on both layers…and from those options under create I'm going…
- Animating a layered Photoshop file
- Create an animated background
- Animating using effects
- Extruding and texturing 3D typography
- Creating an ending transition
- Faking motion blur
- Rendering a master file and a delivery file
Skill Level Beginner
After Effects CC 2018: VFX Essential Trainingwith Alan Demafiles4h 20m Intermediate
1. Animate a Photoshop File
2. Creating 3D Typography
3. Compositing Techniques
4. Outputting the Result
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