Keyframing a fly-in


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Keyframing a fly-in

I have already cleaned up my display by selecting Close All, and let's go ahead and open up the Comp 03-3D Animation*starter. You'll note that the 3D layer switch has already been turned on for all of the layers in this composition. I'll type Command+A or Ctrl+A to Select All and then P for Position. And we'll see that there's been some slight separation in Z space, between the text, which is pulled towards us, -10 units in Z, and the slabs, which have been moved push back a little bit, +10 units in Z. And as you now know from the previous chapter, if I change my View to something such as Custom View 3, you can see the slight separation between the layers, particularly if I go to Top View.

Here my text layer is in front and there is my slab layers behind. I'll go back to Active Camera for now. Let's say I want to animate these two text layers slamming down into this final resting position. Now, whenever you already have your layers arranged the way that you wan...

Keyframing a fly-in
Video duration: 5m 24s 4h 49m Intermediate Updated Dec 06, 2012

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Keyframing a fly-in provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Chris Meyer and Trish Meyer as part of the After Effects Apprentice 11: 3D Space

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