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FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10

FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10

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FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10
Aetuts+ is a site made to house and showcase some of the best After Effects tutorials around. We publish tutorials that not only produce great effects, but explain them in a friendly, approachable manner. We also stock up links to tutorials, articles, presets and plugins from around the web to help you get the most out of After Effects.
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FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10

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217. Adding Elements To Your Film Footage – AE Basix
Instead of starting from scratch when making a new motion piece I like to use filmed footage and add stuff onto it. I think it’s a great and fast way of learning new tools and presets in After Effects.

Author: By Lina Safstrom
Lina Safstrom is a motion graphics design student at Digital Media school Hyper Island in Sweden. She is into 2D, cel animation, colors and anything funky or tropical. In November this year she will go out on a seven months internship somewhere in the world. Have a look at her portfolio at her website or drop her an email at me@linasafstrom.com

218. Introduction To Writing Scripts For AE – javascript Part 3
In Part 3 of this series, we’ll be learning how the Adobe javascript Editor works and how to write a script that can be executed in After Effects. You will learn how to debug scripts and end up with just a few lines of code that will generate a cube that consists of 1.000 solids, a parent null object, a light and a camera.

Author: By Frederik Steinmetz
I live in Berlin, where I studied Biology but then discovered that CGs are fun. The two programs I use the most are Blender and After Effects and now I am quite eager share my knowledge with the world.

219. Shake It Up With An Expression Earth Quake
In this tutorial I take a basic look at the various random number methods in After Effects expressions. I go on to use some of these techniques to build an earthquake effect that you can easily adjust with a series of sliders. The tutorial is aimed at intermediate After Effects users who have some experience with the program and are looking to learn more about the power of expressions.

Author: By felt tips
I am a director, motion graphic and visual effects artist with over 15 years industry experience.

220. Put Out An Eerie Blood Dripping Logo
Ever wanted to make inanimate objects bleed? No?… oh, hmm… nevermind then. Come on! Of course you have… and now you can! In this tutorial you will learn the basics of how to create a flowing trail of blood using Trapcode Particular. In addition, you will learn how to change and use this is in other situations. I will teach you how to create the basic setup in After Effects as well as how to achieve some of the examples, which you can then incorporate with other tutorials on this site, to motion track, create divergence or just to enhance it in your own unique way.

Author: By Robert Holtby
I am a 19 year old student from England who studies Media by day and After Effects by night. I have been using Adobe Photoshop and 3DS Max since the year 2001, and After Effects Since 2007. I am self-taught in all of these applications.

221. Make Some NOISE! Jumbotron Noise Meter – Day 1
Have you ever been to a sporting event and seen a “noise meter” appear on the big screen? Even though it is rarely ever an actual functioning noise meter, it always gets the crowd riled up. So let’s take it to the next level and really give them an animation to cheer for!
In this first part of this tutorial, we will create the noise meter, the housing, and create a realistic LED visualizer animation from scratch.
There are some tutorials out there that show you how to animate EQ bands. But most of them are far too complex and do not achieve a very desirable look. I will show you a simple way to create this animation without using any audio files to drive the animation, and without using overly-complicated expressions.
Let the destruction begin!”

Author: By Chris Kaptein
I've been working in video production since 2004, and began using After Effects in 2006. I completely fell in love with it, and now I am working at a local studio as a motion graphics designer and video editor.

222. Make Some NOISE! Jumbotron Noise Meter – Day 2
Have you ever been to a sporting event and seen a “noise meter” appear on the big screen? Even though it is rarely ever an actual functioning noise meter, it always gets the crowd riled up. So let’s take it to the next level and really give them an animation to cheer for!
You can view Part 1 here. In this Part 2 of the tutorial, we will begin the destruction! We will focus mainly on creating the shattered glass effect, and finish off with some stock footage elements and camera shake.There are some tutorials out there that show you how to animate EQ bands. But most of them are far too complex and do not achieve a very desirable look. I will show you a simple way to create this animation without using any audio files to drive the animation, and without using overly-complicated expressions.Let the destruction begin!”

Author: By Chris Kaptein
I've been working in video production since 2004, and began using After Effects in 2006. I completely fell in love with it, and now I am working at a local studio as a motion graphics designer and video editor.

223. How To Create Never Ending Z-Depth In AE
Hey there, how about a real world solution to a problem? I recently had a brief where I had to have a camera traveling along a cracking road with lava filling the cracks with periodic lava spurts. Now this is very doable in a 3d package but I decided to try and do it in AE alone. This is what I came up with….Now, this video had to last 4 mins, so traveling a camera along a path for 4 mins is just too much z space to work…. So using a few expressions and a recurring null i managed to create a base (which could be used for anything really) that continuously travels and by parenting objects to the traveling null we have the effect of objects moving toward the camera. This template works for many ideas…. maybe even a guitar hero animation.

Author: By Chris Lavelle
A motion designer based in 3d and AE. Particularly fond of particle systems.

224. 60 Wings Flaps At 60 Frames Per Second
In this tutorial we will discuss the proper use of the Key-light plug-in. Using time remapping, we will create the illusion of a hummingbird going from full speed to ultra slow motion (using a footage by Artbeats). a bit of Mesh Warp to gently move the branches.

Author: By Ran Ben Avraham
Ran Ben Avraham is post production artist working mainly in the fields of motion design and visual effects. He is a freelancer from Israel, and also runs tophateffects.com/, an AE templates website, designated for the visual effects industry.

225. Jump Into An Animated Freeze Frame Sequence
Today, were going to take a look at using expressions to simplify and speed up your workflow. We’ll be using an animated jump sequence to demonstrate the use of an “If else statement”. We’ll start in Photoshop creating the sequence, and then jump into After Effects to create an animation…. which will be driven off of just one control layer, with the help of expressions. Let’s get started! ”

Author: By Remington McElhaney
I'm new to the Motion Graphics world, and loving every bit of it. I have a lot of fun doing what I do. I'm an aspiring film maker/motion graphics designer and I live in a small town in Idaho.

226. Capture The Moment With A Bullet Time Muzzle Flash
In today’s tutorial, we will be looking at a Bullet Time freeze effect that I created in After Effects. All the effects were done in AE, using 2D source files. I will give a brief overview on how I shot the footage, stabilized it, and optimized it for this effect.

Author: By Jeremiah Warren
Based in Dallas, TX, Jeremiah is a self-taught motion graphics and compositing artist who has worked on several award-winning projects.

227. Line Up A 3D Smiley Toy Packshot Display
Originally created for a broadcast commercial to showcase a range of Smiley plush characters, I decided to create a tutorial from it because there are many useful techniques I used to go from the original 2d jpegs to a 3d scene with depth, shadows, reflections and even a 3d product logo. As always in AE, there are many ways to achieve an effect…these are just the ones I chose to make this spot.

Author: By Adam Taylor
I have been editing audio/video for over 20years, working across a wide range of genres...commercials, animation, news & current affairs, etc. I currently do all the post production work for Character Options tv commercials, which whilst UK based, do get seen around the globe under various other brand names.

228. The Wonderful World Of Shapes In After Effects
This tutorial provides you with the fundamentals of shape layers and shape effects. We will have a closer look at the most important functionalities and develop some basic examples. The topics covered will give you a good start to realize and design your own projects using shape layers.

Author: By Severin Baschung
Originally being an economist, I realized within the last few years that creativity and enthusiasm are missing in my daily work. So I started in my free time to create flyers and the like using Blender and soon figured out that I'm most happy while bringing new ideas to 2D and 3D. For this reason, I decided a few month ago to slowly but surely leave my career path and since then, Maya & After Effects became my companions and passion my new guide. I'm self-taught and aim to set a foot into the professional industry somewhere in the future.

229. Introduction To Writing Scripts Day 4 – Photo Wall
In Part 4 and Part 5 of this tutorial you will learn how to apply effects and expressions to existing layers using javascript. The result is designed to handle large numbers of pictures with a randomly created offset, so that they form a wall when the created slider is 0 and disperse in Z-space when increasing the slider value. The script will also have a user interface, so you can use it on any number of layers, without changing the source code.

Author: By Frederik Steinmetz
I live in Berlin, where I studied Biology but then discovered that CGs are fun. The two programs I use the most are Blender and After Effects and now I am quite eager share my knowledge with the world.

230. Introduction To Writing Scripts Day 5 – Photo Wall
In Part 4 and Part 5 of this tutorial you will learn how to apply effects and expressions to existing layers using javascript. The result is designed to handle large numbers of pictures with a randomly created offset, so that they form a wall when the created slider is 0 and disperse in Z-space when increasing the slider value. The script will also have a user interface, so you can use it on any number of layers, without changing the source code.

Author: By Frederik Steinmetz
I live in Berlin, where I studied Biology but then discovered that CGs are fun. The two programs I use the most are Blender and After Effects and now I am quite eager share my knowledge with the world.

231. Track A Massive Planet Into Your Shot
In this tutorial we’ll go over basic motion tracking and how to composite a planet/stars in the sky. Basic color correction will be covered as well. To make your own planet visit solarvoyager.com. This technique can be used for any motion tracked spacey scene!

Author: By Clinton Jones
Hey my name is Clinton Jones and I'm currently 18 years old. I got into VFX and Motion Graphics about 3 and half years ago and have been learning ever since! You can check out my work at http://www.youtube.com/pwnisher

232. Engage In A Harry Potter “Priori Incantatem” Duel – Day 1
This is the first of a 3-part series on how to replicate the Priori Incantatem effect from the Harry Potter films. In this part, we will take a look at matchmoving our shot and using the data to create a 3D camera inside of After Effects, as well as starting to create the particle animation. Along the way, we’ll also go through a few quick tips on how to speed up workflow by using expressions to automate animation.

Author: By Ben McEwan
Ben McEwan grew up in Canberra, Australia. He started learning visual effects from a young age and persistantly followed his dreams. Today, Ben does freelance work for feature films, short films and television programs, and one day hopes to win an Academy Award.

233. Engage In A Harry Potter “Priori Incantatem” Duel – Day 2
This is the second of a 3-part series on how to replicate the Priori Incantatem effect from the Harry Potter films. In this part, we will explore how lights work alongside Trapcode Particular to give us more control of the direction of the particles’ motion. We will finish off the animation of our particle effects, and create the beams of magic squirting out the end of the wands.

Author: By Ben McEwan
Ben McEwan grew up in Canberra, Australia. He started learning visual effects from a young age and persistantly followed his dreams. Today, Ben does freelance work for feature films, short films and television programs, and one day hopes to win an Academy Award.

234. Engage In A Harry Potter “Priori Incantatem” Duel – Day 3
This is the third of a 3-part series on how to replicate the Priori Incantatem effect from the Harry Potter films. Our final tutorial will take a look at making the effects fit into the shot. We will make our particles glow and give them a bit of color, as well as adjusting brightness, matching grain and adding heat distortion. There are a lot of possibilities for extending the effects in this shot, I encourage you to explore these ideas further and leave a link in the comments section below.

Author: By Ben McEwan
Ben McEwan grew up in Canberra, Australia. He started learning visual effects from a young age and persistantly followed his dreams. Today, Ben does freelance work for feature films, short films and television programs, and one day hopes to win an Academy Award.

235. How to Create Explosive Flower Fireworks
Twice a month we revisit some of our reader’s favorite posts from back in the archives of Aetuts+. Today we’ll look at an amazing post from former Aetuts+ editor, Lloyd Alvarez. This was Lloyd’s first tutorial for Aetuts+ published in December 2008 and beautifully explains some more advanced ways to use Trapcode Particular. Let’s take a look…

Author: By Lloyd
I run AESCRIPTS.com which provides useful scripts for Adobe After Effects. You can follow me on Twitter @aescripts

236. Form An Attractive Energy Ball
In this tutorial we’re going to create a cool looking abstract energy ball using Trapcode Form. We’re going to take a look at layer maps and talk about why they are important. Another thing we’re going to cover are some workflow tips while working with such a heavy projects. Finally, we’ll discuss some color correcting techniques to make the whole project look better.

Author: By Stefan Surmabojov
I'm a 21 years old motion graphics designer from Bulgaria. I have 2 years of professional experience behind my back. Most of my time I spend working for a small TV company. In my spare time I work as a freelancer and create video tutorials related to After Effects for our site.

237. Unfold A Magical Pop Up Book Simulation – Day 1
Every child loves the magical Pop Up book with every page turn bringing a new 3d scene to life. In this two part tutorial we’re gonna bust out some serious math to pull off this interaction between layers. Enjoy the tutorial… and if something pops out to you, let me know :)

Author: By Nicolas Plaire
I'm a freelance director and motion graphic artist living in Auckland, New Zealand. I lived in Paris for 6 years before going Down Under. I'm very much in love with camera work, After Effects and most recently matchmoving and Cinema 4D.

238. Unfold A Magical Pop Up Book Simulation – Day 2
On the second part of this two part tutorial, we focus on the pop up itself. Trigonometry and ellipse are on the menu where you’ll learn to unfold correctly the elements based on a minimal number of keyframes.

Author: By Nicolas Plaire
I'm a freelance director and motion graphic artist living in Auckland, New Zealand. I lived in Paris for 6 years before going Down Under. I'm very much in love with camera work, After Effects and most recently matchmoving and Cinema 4D.

239. Rotoscoping Depth Mattes With CameraTracker
In this tutorial, we’re going to look at creating a 3D depth matte from Real footage. We’ll matchmove the footage with The Foundry’s plug-in CameraTracker, and create 3D layers that match the Footage to get a “3D model” of the scene. Then you will learn what you can do with this depth matte after you create it; create realistic fog, fake DOF and a rotoscoped matte.

Author: By Jorrit Schulte
Jorrit is young guy that is interested in VFX & motion Graphics, and loves messing around in After Effects, 3Ds Max and such. he is also active on aenhancers.com creating awesome presets for free. Follow Jorrit on twitter.

240. Pucker Up With A “Rocky Horror” Lips Rig
Inspired by the opening sequence of one of my favorite cult movies of all times – “The Rocky Horror Picture Show“, I decided to share with you a great technique of recreating that effect. The original footage was a real person singing, so here I will give you a quick walkthrough to help you easily rig lips for a very precise lips sinking.

Author: By Ran Ben Avraham
Ran Ben Avraham is post production artist working mainly in the fields of motion design and visual effects. He is a freelancer from Israel, and also runs tophateffects.com/, an AE templates website, designated for the visual effects industry.

241. Enough Lower Thirds To Feed A Small Country
In today’s tutorial, we’ll create a quick lower third just using some masks and layer styles. We’ll then talk about how you can totally rock your workload with a handy little script found over on aescripts.com.

Author: By Adam Everett Miller
I am the editor of AEtuts+. Originally from Minnesota, I moved to Virginia in 2004 where I run Hello Studios with some good friends.

242. Create an Ethereal Morphing Letter Canvas
Twice a month we revisit some of our reader’s favorite posts from back in the archives of Aetuts+. Today we’ll look at an amazing post from Satya Meka. This was Satya’s first tutorial for Aetuts+ published in March 2009 and he’ll show how to generate an incredible result from a plug-in you would have never guessed. Let’s take a look…

Author: By Satya Meka
I am an aspiring Motion Designer influenced by Generative Art. I am always willing to work with interesting people and you can follow me on twitter @gutsblow.

243. Dealing With Spontaneous Particle Combustion
In this tutorial I will demonstrate how to build up a procedural dispersion effect using Trapcode Particular. This is great for burning off logo’s, text or even 3d renders. The color and motion of the effect can be changed easily as well as the wipe angle thanks to handy global wipe control we will construct. Enjoy!

Author: By Ben Watts
I'm own and manage a small video production business called HD Videography. I'm self taught and have been in business about 3 years. My day to day work consists of producing TV commercials but I love doing any type of 3D/VFX work in my spare time.

244. Aetuts+ Hollywood Movie Title Series – Prince of Persia
After reviewing your votes, Prince of Persia was the victor so here you go! This tutorial explains how to make a “Prince of Persia” flying logo style, using Cinema 4D and After Effects. In Cinema 4D, we will model and animate of the logo, then will follow in After Effects, creating the realization of the clouds scene and final composition with effects. Enjoy! ;)

Author: By Antonio Cerri
I am a freelancer in web, graphic and motion design for about 12 years. When he was young, I was always fascinated by the world of digital visual effects and 3D Motion Graphics, with a focus on impacts futuristic hi-tech. My passion for this work has grown increasingly, thanks to continuous research, but mainly thanks to experimentation, mixing all the graphic visual disciplines "Photography, Design type font, sound effects FX, etc.." For me it is very important, that at the end of writing work, they remain surprised and satisfied. For information and questions, please contact me through my website.

245. Grow From Young To Old In 2.5 Seconds
Have you ever wondered “What can I do to stay young?”… Well in this tutorial we are going to do the exact opposite – we are going to rapidly age a young woman using a footage courtesy of hollywoodcamerawork.us. Hopefully it won’t take you THIS long to get through the tutorial. :)

Author: By Ran Ben Avraham
Ran Ben Avraham is post production artist working mainly in the fields of motion design and visual effects. He is a freelancer from Israel, and also runs tophateffects.com/, an AE templates website, designated for the visual effects industry.

246. Rewind Time With An Old VHS Tape Style
As a followup to this tutorial, today you’ll be able to relive the look of yesteryear with this retro animated logo tutorial. Inspired by intro and outro animations of the past, AE artist Jason Moore teaches techniques for creating a convincing analog logo reveal. Best of all, this tutorial only uses standard After effects Plug-ins.

Author: By Jason Moore
An award-winning artist and author, Jason Moore has been using After Effects for over a decade to create visual effects and motion graphics for projects ranging from local broadcast television spots, to nationally know Hollywood productions. In 2002, he co-founded Midnight Oil Productions, a resource and training company designed to help Churches in the area of creativity, media and visual communication. In addition to his work with Midnight Oil, he operates a robust freelance business with clients all over the United States.

247. QuickTip – Fast And Easy Text Writing With Particular
In this tutorial I’ll explain the quickest technique for typing words with Particular. Its really handy and easy to setup and it will save you tons of time especially when you want to write a longer word or even a sentence.

Author: By Antwan
Hello! My name is Antwan, I live in Sofia, Bulgaria. I've been doing VFX and motion graphics for two years now and I love it.

248. Switch On This Casino Style Text Effect Tonight
Hey Guys! Are you feeling lucky?! In this tutorial we’re gonna show you how you can create a realistic, cool looking casino style text effect…. good luck! :)

Author: By Tibor Miklos
Hi everyone! My name is Tibor Miklos. I'm a self-taught freelancer graphic designer based in Hungary.

249. How to Track Live Video to a Postcard
Twice a month we revisit some of our reader’s favorite posts from back in the archives of Aetuts+. Today we’ll look at a rockin’ post from Mathias Möhl. This tutorial was originally published in Jan 2009… Enjoy!

Author: By Mathias Mohl
I have a computer science background and am currently working on my PhD. Compositing and all the other film related stuff is just a hobby for me.

250. Intro To Fusion For The After Effects User Part 2
Today we’ll follow to the Intro To Fusion Part 1 tutorial we posted a while back. We’re going to get into Fusion’s 3D world, particle system and simple animation with follower. Enjoy!

Intro To Fusion For The After Effects User Part 1
It may be true that After Effects is the more popular software for creating eye candies and blending CGI and reality. But it’s also true that different studios use other softwares for creating their works. This time we will take a look at node based software called Eyeon Fusion. In this first tutorial I’ll present Fusion’s workflow and some of its basic tools. You will learn how to import footage, connect nodes, set up their parameters and create some simple animations.

Author: By Luka Tisler
Compositor and motion graphic designer, currently trying to survive in Barcelona. Obsessed with pretty moving things, movies and good food. Always trying new things and different approaches to find new ways of making stuff even prettier.

251. Tracking A Futuristic High Tech Floating Interface – Day 1
I created this tutorial inspired from this music video… today, we’ll create a similar high tech floating interface tracked to a DVD disk. First, we’re going to take a quick look at tracking with mocha for After Effects. After that take an in depth look at shape layers and modifiers for them. Finally animate all the menus and add some color correction and lens flares to make everything look nice and futuristic.

Tracking A Futuristic High Tech Floating Interface – Day 2
Today is the second part of this tutorial. We’ll create a similar high tech floating interface tracked to a DVD disk. First, we’re going to take a quick look at tracking with mocha for After Effects. After that take an in depth look at shape layers and modifiers for them. Finally animate all the menus and add some color correction and lens flares to make everything look nice and futuristic.

Author: By Stefan Surmabojov
I'm a 21 years old motion graphics designer from Bulgaria. I have 2 years of professional experience behind my back. Most of my time I spend working for a small TV company. In my spare time I work as a freelancer and create video tutorials related to After Effects for our site.

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FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10

FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10
FVT for After Effects: [Aetuts+] Collection Vol.10

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