Now that your Adobe After Effects compositions for your text template are all set up, you can start to animate multiple layers at once. In this video, author Nick Harauz demonstrates how to do that and how to animate and control multiple keyframes with ease, and shows how third-party plugins can assist in the process.
- So now that our compositions are all set up,…let's start to animate multiple layers at once.…We'll look at ways to animate…and control multiple key frames…with ease and even third-party plug-ins.…This will assist us with the process.…So now that we've taken the time to look at different ways…that we could animate our photo mosaic…that consists of multiple layers,…we're now ready to start some basic animation.…So, there's a couple changes since the last movie…just to get you aware of.…I'm here on my Chapter 3_6 composition.…I have a fade out going in between my overlay animation…and the main image that's still together just underneath.…
If I press U on the overlay animation…that we created last movie, you can see the two key frames.…So ideally, what we'd like to do is,…all the pieces that make up the overlay animation,…we want them to be in place by eight seconds.…So, knowing this, let's step inside…the overlay animation composition by double-clicking.…And here we can see all the layers.…I made one small change, and that is…
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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.