AE Camera Morph

  • Compatibility After Effects
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Author: Aaron Ecthelion

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Quick Overview

AE Camera Morph allows you to morph between your cameras in After Effects just like you do in Cinema 4d.



  • Simple UI and incredibly easy to use

  • Tweak your spatial bezier morph path as you like

  • Morph between any parameter that After Effects camera has

  • Morph between multiple cameras to achieve complex camera animation

  • Click one button to build or update you camera morph rig in an instant 


How to use:


1. Decide whether you want to morph between all cameras or only selected ones.

2. Decide whether you want to morph in a descending or ascending way.

3. Decide whether you want to morph in a linear or bezier spatial path.

4. Click the 'Morph' button, done!


In version 1.2, a Morph Option panel was added. You can open it by clicking the 'Gear' icon in the bottom left corner.

In this panel, you can check the properties you want to morph. You don't have to morph between all the properties like you do in previous version. 

'Keyframe for each camera' will generate keyframes for every camera you morph.

Here is what you will get in custom and composited view.

Custom View:


Composited View:

Rendered View



Quick Guide

NOTE: On trial mode you can only morph between up to 3 cameras. If you want to morph between more cameras, a license will be needed

After Effects 2022, 2021, 2020, CC 2019, CC 2018, CC 2017, CC 2015.3, CC 2015, CC 2014, CC, CS6
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