Join Owen Lowery for an in-depth discussion in this video Saving animation presets, part of Creating a Handmade Look in After Effects: 3 Compositing and Reusing Elements.
- I'll start by opening up the OH NO ROBOTS master edit…to preview the animation and get a rough idea of how it…is looking.…I'm hitting the space bar to preview, but if you are using…CC 2014 or earlier, you will need to use RAM preview.…Previewing might take awhile so pause this video…while it renders through on your system.…(robo rock music)…While watching, I noticed that the motion for the audio…waves in this first scene over here.…
Looks a little smooth compared to the other scenes.…So I would like to add a little camera wiggle to it.…In the first course, in this series, I used…an Adjustment Layer with the Wigglerama behavior,…to shake an entire scene.…Instead of doing this step by step all over again.…I'm going to save some time by finding that scene,…and saving those settings as an Animation Preset.…If I screw up forward until I see it, there we go.…In scene 02_OH_ Paper & Star we have a little bit of that…camera shake.…
I am going to double click on that layer to open it.…You could also access it, by twirling open…
Want to create the lo-fi mograph effects seen in this course? Check out Creating a Handmade Look in After Effects 02: Design and Animation.
- Saving animation presets
- Repurposing assets
- Compositing effects
- Creating custom vignettes
- Creating a grunge texture with a scanned image
- Adding imperfections to frames
- Exporting your animation