Exploring per-character 3D rotation


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Exploring per-character 3D rotation

If you have the exercise files, go ahead and open comp 07-3D Rotation*starter. If you don't have the exercise files, just create a cascading animation with Opacity set to 0%. With the cascading animation, more than one character at a time is typing on, so when you add rotation, you'll have a more interesting effect than if you were using a simple typing-on animation. So the first thing I'm going to do is click on either Add or Animate and select Property > Enable Per-character 3D.

And, by the way, this will enable Per-character 3D for all of your animators, if you have more than one. Next, I'll select Add > Property > Rotation, and instead of just one parameter called Rotation, I'll see X, Y, and Z Rotation. If you don't see all three parameters, make sure that you have indeed Enabled Per-character 3D, that it's checked, and that you haven't simply turned on the 3D switch, say, for your layer. Now, before I change any of the values for Rotation, I wil...

Exploring per-character 3D rotation
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Exploring per-character 3D rotation 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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