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Expressions are an important part of the serious After Effects user's workflow but can be daunting for many users, especially beginners. iExpressions is an easy-to-use tool that harnesses the power of expressions without the need for writing or understanding code, allowing all users to harness their power John Dickinson, Motionworks
I think its one of the best implementation of expressions into AE workflow. Its logical, easy to use and harness much power and possibilities. Eran Stern, sternfx.com
iExpressions rock! They take your work to the next level. You really owe it to yourself to try iExpressions - it makes creating Expressions in AE a cinch. It's about time someone created something like this for AE. Chris Bobotis, Mettle Communications Inc
- more than 125 iExpressions in eight categories
- easy interfaces instead of programming code
- boost your workflow by avoiding keyframes
- unlimited possibilities by combining iExpressions using links
- fun to learn - with many tutorials, build-in help tips & documentation
- your projects will still work on machines where iExpressions is not installed
More than 125 iExpressions in eight categories
You'll find more info and full documentation on mamoworld.com.
What are iExpressions?
iExpressions allow you to use After Effects expressions without reading or writing a single line of code. It comes with more than 125 iExpressions in eight different categories - each of them with an intuitive, easy to use interface. As it's such a huge package, it's difficult to explain all the possibilities in just a few lines.
It starts with the bread and butter stuff you'll use every day: Wiggle properties, and the various ways of connecting them via links. Do you sometimes use parenting? Think of linking iExpressions as a much more flexible way to link stuff together. You can, for example, automatically increase the opacity of a layer when the opacity of the layer it's linked to decreases. You can also link the x and y position of a layer to two different properties, or use time delayed links to create trailing effects.
There's also a lot more specialized stuff, like iExpressions that automatically animate properties according to sound, or generate different kinds of random text.
New in iExpressions V2
iExpressions V2 comes with a new user interfaces that matches the new design of After Effects CC and adjusts according to your brightness settings.
iExpressions V1 began with 80 expressions and was continuously extended. V2 starts with more than 125 expressions and will also be extended over time. Key new expressions include the Walk Cycle, the Softlink Puppet Pin To Layers, and the Loop iExpression.Upgrade notice: If you own any bundle of iExpressions 1 you get a 90% discount for the same bundle of iExpressions 2. If you purchased iExpressions V1 in May 2015 or after, the update is 100% free. To get the upgrade pricing, simply login to the same account that you used to buy V1. Contact us if you have any questions.
@mamoworld's iExpressions has a ton of helpful stuff for folks who want to leverage the power of @AdobeAE expressions but not dig into code themselves. Has several handy SourceText functions, which would be great for future #textperiments! https://t.co/tfTporG4RF #aftereffects— Kyle Hamrick (@KylasaurusRex) February 2, 2019
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