Morphing Masks using Plexus Tutorial

Posted in After Effects Tutorials by Gardner Raymond on March 18, 2014

This tutorial was inspired by the A-Z video by by Yen Hung Lin (Jeff). Gardner Raymond decided to break it down and show you how it was accomplished, and in the process, realized that the more valuable lesson here is that of easily creating different mask shapes and morphing between them. This method will work with not only Plexus, but also any other effect that uses mask paths.

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In this tutorial Feroz Quazi covers Plexus + how to make it react to the audio (using simple expression) and also using the AE Shader Effector in subtle ways to help the art pop.

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Newton Liquid Tutorial

Posted in Particles After Effects Tutorials by Tero Malinen on March 14, 2014

This tutorial by Tero Malinen shares some really clever techniques to make liquid with Newton

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This tutorial covers a few basic techniques for using Newton which Derek Lieu learned while animating the cutscenes for the game BattleBlock Theater.

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The Art of Flight Plexus Titles Tutorial

Posted in Particles After Effects Tutorials by Gardner Raymond on January 15, 2014

Gardner Raymond shows us how to use Plexus to make the awesome titles from the Art of Flight movie.

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Let's Be Amazing Breakdown

Posted in Animation After Effects Tutorials by aescripts + aeplugins on January 7, 2014

Resolution Media created an amazing animation that uses Newton 2 to create a Rube Goldberg machine which is pretty amazing. We featured it in our inspiration feed and Motion Boutique asked them for a breakdown and they kindly replied. Enjoy

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Markers for Sure Target and more

Posted in Animation After Effects Tutorials Automation by mamoworld on December 22, 2013

Learn how to dynamically connect animations of your project to markers. In particular we cover how to control a Sure Target camera with markers using iExpressions.

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Automatic Holiday Cards

Posted in After Effects General Tutorials Automation by mamoworld on December 22, 2013

Create personalized holiday video cards for all your friends - fully automatic with data from a spreadsheet. In addition to doing such batch processes in AE, you also learn how to automatically align texts - which is crucial if you create hundreds of variants of your clip and don't want to fix each of them manually.

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Planar tracking, masking & 3D camera solving. In this tutorial, use mocha Pro and After Effects to design a dynamic animated, tracked graphic. Use mocha Pro for camera solve and object tracking in 3D, which can then be exported to AE to drive Plexus.

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This tutorial by Eran Stern shows some nice tips and tricks on how to customize a TypeMonkey  animation.

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Create Physically Accurate Strings Using Newton

Posted in Animation After Effects Tutorials by Ran Ben Avraham on October 28, 2013

Learn how to create physically accurate ropes as we make use of the new "Joints" option in Newton 2.

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Simulate Pouring Liquid with Newton

Posted in After Effects Tutorials by Adrian C. Koutz on September 20, 2013

In this Aetuts+ tutorial you will learn how to use Newton to simulate liquid that interacts with the container it is being poured into.

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TypeMonkey: Auto-Sync VO with Premiere Pro

Posted in Audio Animation After Effects Tutorials by Orrin Zucker on September 10, 2013

This tutorial shows how quickly and easily TypeMonkey Kinetic Type Generator for After Effects will automatically sync to voice overs using Premiere Pro (or Soundbooth) Analyze Content feature. Expert knowledge of After Effects or Premiere Pro not required. There's also some great tips on how to enhance the final look.

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TypeMonkey and Animated Typefaces Tutorial

Posted in After Effects Design Tutorials by Lloyd Alvarez on August 22, 2013

This quick tutorial shows how easy it is to use Animated Typefaces with TypeMonkey. It also shows how to use Characteristic to set the Animated Type and colorLibrary to use a Kuler color palette.

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Designed by Apple - Newton Tutorial

Posted in Animation After Effects Tutorials by Lloyd Alvarez on July 9, 2013

This tutorial shows how to use Newton to create the physics simulation sections of the "Designed by Apple" spot created by Buck.

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This tutorial will show you how to use VC Element and Locations.jsx to create a globe in 3D space with a geo marker and text overlay.

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Animate a character using markers

Posted in Animation After Effects Tutorials by mamoworld on December 20, 2012

In this After Effects tutorial I show an automatic way how to play sounds at each marker, how to modify properties at each marker and how to time remap clips at each marker.

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In this 2-part tutorial we will show you how to create complex 3D animations that can be integrated into live footage without leaving After Effects. We achieve this by using exciting new tools such as Element 3D to create the 3D models and Elementary for the live footage integration.

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In this tutorial you will learn how to use a whole bunch of useful tools to improve your 3D tracking and compositing workflow.

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In this tutorial we’ll use the new features in Plexus 2 to create a theatrical style logo animation using just one layer! Consider this a tutorial on how to work with text in the new Plexus 2.

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