Learn how to use the Venetian Blinds effect to reveal a layer.
- [Instructor] The next object that we are going to animate…is this blue field under the five digit.…So, any time you finish with something inside After Effects,…I highly recommend to just fold it up…and this is what I'm going to do for this Wimbledon logo.…Now, I'm going to select the blue field layer…and I'm going to move to two seconds.…And in this case, I want to animate it using an effect.…So, I'm going to use one of the transitions effect…in order to reveal it from this point onward.…
Now, I know what I'm looking for…but I just want to see where it is…so I'm going to fold down the transition category…under the effects and presets…and over here, if I'm going to scroll down,…we can see that we have plenty of options to choose from.…And I'm going to go to the last one…which is the venetian blinds.…Now, we can see that we also have these little icons…the 32 mark here means that this effect…can work in higher bit depth.…So currently, we are using eight bits per channel,…but if I'm going to click on this,…we can actually change the bit depth of the project…
- 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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