Join Ian Robinson for an in-depth discussion in this video Animating titles from Photoshop, part of After Effects Guru: Working with Vectors.
…One of the things I really like to do is storyboard inside of Photoshop.…And, part of the reason I enjoy that most is…just the fact that I can actually do my type…layouts inside of Photoshop, and then import them into After…Effects, and then edit that type inside of After Effects.…So, that's exactly what we're going to go ahead and do in this course.…So, let's get started. So, I'm in the 02_02_Photo_Titles.psd.…And, I just want to create a text layer, so I'm going to…go down here to my text and click on my Text Tool.…
Now, if you look under my typeface here, or my fonts, in the…upper left corner, you can see my font family is set to Museo Slab.…Now, this is one of the great things working inside of…Creative Cloud, the fact that you can actually browse different typefaces and…install them onto your computer systems.…Now, for this example, I'm going to use this typeface.…But, if you would like to use a different typeface, please feel free.…Just so you can see where I got this typeface from, if…you go to your Creative Cloud application, there is a section for fonts.…
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- Analyzing how vectors behave across the Adobe Creative Cloud
- Animating titles from Photoshop
- Creating custom type from Illustrator
- Importing and copying vectors from Illustrator into After Effects
- Animating with shape layers
- Timing animation vectors