Sometimes it's the small effects that have a big impact on the look and quality of our work. Today's After Effects tutorial will be teaching you two different ways to use chromatic aberration to give your work that edge without the use of plug-ins. If you enjoyed this video, check out some other blog posts to learn more!
Incase you don't know what chromatic aberration is... chromatic aberration is a type of color distortion that displaces certain colors in the render. In this example, I will be changing the red and blue to get that distorted outline look!
Today's post is quite longer than the regular Tuesday tutorial, but for good reason. To celebrate StyleCraft registration being open this week, we have decided to release one of the original tutorials that was used when StyleCraft was first born.
In the video, we will be showing you how to use neon color, geometric shapes, and atmosphere to spice up an angel statue asset. Sit back (or take notes) and enjoy a video straight from an old StyleCraft course. If you enjoy the video, consider checking out the full course on this website!
Cinema 4D is a very useful program to know. That's why in today's video, we are going to show you how to use C4D to create some depth of field in a scene and transfer it to After Effects to polish it up. We start off by using plug-ins to create a nice end result, and then we go back and use a couple plug-ins to show how useful they can be, the best of both worlds! If you liked today's tutorial, check out the rest of our website for similar content.
When buying a texture pack, the amount of elements included can be overwhelming. In particular we have received many questions regarding the use of the Analog Glitch Textures pack and how they can be utilized. So, today's video focuses on how you can use glitch elements to create cool text. If you haven't picked up the pack yet, it's available on this website under resources!
Skan Triki is an accomplished motion designer, creative director, and media consultant. Skan is from Belgium, but is known internationally for his unique work and his extremely active status in the motion design communities where he frequently shares his wealth of knowledge in 2D and 3D topics.
Please enjoy this fantastic interview between me and him, where he breaks down simple techniques for creating visually interesting elements that can be used in screen graphics. If you enjoyed, please check out my website!
If you have been following my Quick Tips, then you know I love the wiggle expression.
The wiggle expression in After Effects can be used to create camera shake. In order to create camera shake in a 3D space, it looks better to use a two-node camera in order to keep the attention on your 3D object while the camera is still able to move around. Watch the video to learn how to do this quickly and effectively!
Why not give your latest video that old-school VHS feel? It's easier than you think to create a retro look with just a few clicks and no plug-ins in After Effects. With this tutorial, we'll show you how easy it is to transform any footage into something nostalgic by adding some effects and tweaking the colors!
If these tricks are up your alley, check out our website for more ways of editing like an expert -- there's nothing stopping you from learning everything about making videos today.
Today's After Effects tutorial is about learning how to getting rid of 3D intersections using the powerful Adobe After Effects cutter layer. Learn more and become a master motion designer by clicking the links below!
Today's After Effects tutorial is about changing motion blur in After Effects to suit any need. Motion blur is an incredibly useful skill that every motion designer needs to master. If you enjoy this video, check out the links below!
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So you have a huge After Effects project that is taking up way too much space and takes to long to send to other people. Well, today we're going to show you how easy it can be to shrink your file size!
Today's After Effects tutorial will accomplish the reduction of size by shrinking and collecting the project files inside of After Effects.