Once you have your text animation set, it is time to add a little bit of polish to it. In this video, author Nick Harauz walks you through how to control the timing and pace of the template by manipulating multiple sets of keyframes. He also demonstrates some helpful tricks for working faster in After Effects.
- In this movie, we'll look at controlling the timing…and pace of the template by manipulating…multiple sets of key frames.…We'll also look at some helpful tricks…for working faster in After Effects.…So in this movie, we're going to look at revealing…where the animation is on our text template…along with making some changes to that.…So I'm here in my chapter two, underscore four, composition,…and what I'm going to do is with that open…from my Edit Me Please folder, I'm just going…to double click to go inside the main scene.…
And by default, again the main scene looks very simple,…I've tried to draw people's attention towards…what I want them to switch in here, but ideally,…I want them to access some of these compositions…from on top of here.…So, inside this composition, just a lot of things…I don't want to see, and these are in fact shied,…just to make them not scared of After Effects.…So if I press on the shy button,…I just reveal a ton of stuff.…Some of those are spotlight and ambient light,…camera and a camera control, particle systems,…
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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.