Applying text presets


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Applying text presets

In this chapter, I am going to cover applying, editing, and saving animation presets. The first thing we'll do is check out the presets that come bundled with the program. If you have the exercise files, I'm using composition 09-Apply Preset, which includes a text layer as well as an audio layer. I'll be showing you how to edit a preset to time it better with the audio, but for now I'll turn off the audio layer. If you don't have the exercise files, that's fine; just create some simple type.

I'll select my text layer. At the top of the Effects and Presets panel is an Animation Presets folder. If you can't see this folder, make sure that Show Animation Presets is enabled on the Options menu. I'll also drag out the Effects and Presets panel, and I'll place it to the right-hand side of my comp, just so I have a little more space to work with. I'll twirl down Animation Presets and I'll focus on the Text folder. Inside the Text folder are subfolde...

Applying text presets
Video duration: 5m 50s 3h 48m Beginner Updated Nov 20, 2012

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Applying text presets provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Chris Meyer and Trish Meyer as part of the After Effects Apprentice 06: Type and Music

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Video
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After Effects
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