Kevin Snyder shows how to use Pseudo Effect Maker to make professional level pseudo effects in After Effects.

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In this tutorial, we take a look at how to use check boxes and drop-downs in pseudo effects to make your presets even more powerful. The tutorial includes a walk through of three useful presets to help illustrate the concepts. The presets include (download the presets here

Wiggle Pro - Wiggle the Position, Scale, Rotation or Opacity of your After Effects layer. Position and Scale have the options to wiggle your property in XY, X Only, and Y only.

Don't forget to check out aescripts for creating your own pseudo effects.

All presets compatible with After Effects CS6 and above.


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