While there are several ways to create mosaics within Adobe After Effects natively, there are some handy third-party scripts that can also assist you with this process. In this video, author Nick Harauz walks you through how you can use Divide and Corner to help you divide a photo into several pieces of animation in After Effects.
- While you can create mosaics with After Effects natively,…there are some handy third party scripts…that can also assist us with this process.…In this movie, let's see how we can use Divide and Corner…to help us divide a photo into several pieces.…So, over the next couple of movies, we're going to look at…a few third party plugins that can help us automate…the process of creating a mosaic,…and the first one being Divide and Corner.…This is a script that you can purchase from aescripts.com.…Currently, it's 20 dollars, U.S.,…and it can save you a ton of time.…
So, I'm here at my Chapter three three composition.…What I'd like to do is, I'd like to first of all divide…my main image into a series of columns and rows.…What this is going to do is I'm going to use that image…to blend in with the series of other smaller images…to create my mosaic.…The best part about this is the image itself…that I'm being used.…It's already been placed into another composition,…so if I double-click this composition…in the Chapter three three folder, you'll see that…
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- Modifying AE text templates in Premiere
- Adding shapes and expressions to the text animation
- Understanding composition structure
- Modifying text and replacing visible graphics
- Adjusting global controls
- Breaking down your template idea
- Building a photo mosaic
- Creating basic animation
- Adding a camera to the animation
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on 06/26/2017. What changed?
A: New videos were added that cover text templates vs. Essential Graphics, building a template through Essential Graphics, adding supported properties to the Essential Graphics panel, and viewing the motion graphics template in Premiere Pro.