Once you have your final scene shaping up for your text template, you can easily create additional compositions to animate and link back to the final composition. How can you do this in Adobe After Effects? Author Nick Harauz demonstrates how you can create more compositions to animate and link to your master text template composition.
- Now that we have our final scene shaping up,…we can easily create additional compositions…to animate and link back to the final composition.…Let's see how we can set this up in the next movie.…So since the last movie where we separated…the individual photos into a grid,…I've done a lot of organization.…So I want to draw your attention…to the Chapter 3_5 composition.…If we just make it big for a sec,…I want to show you that I've created a color-coded system here…to organize each of the photos into color systems.…
And they're in the color systems based…on sort of a grid-like layout I did…for the photos inside the Chapter 3_5 composition.…So just to show you, let me select the first Photo 1.…And I'm just going to press Command + Down Arrow.…That's the image underneath, or the piece underneath…the image from the main image that we're referencing,…which happens to be that clock from the first movie.…Just to show you that piece, I'm actually going to change…the blend mode of the Photo 1.…I'll just cycle through until I land at light-in.…
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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.