This class gives you a systematic overview of the basics of the expressions language in After Effects. You learn how to do basic math and how to use variables to access almost everything in your project. This allows you, for example, to place layers relative to other layer or let them adjust to the size of the composition automatically. We also show how to scale and offset a motion path with expressions. 

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In the new After Effects CC 2018.1 you can now import json and jsx files to use directly in expressions. So instead of copying and pasting your expressions code again and again, you can keep your functions in one, central location now and access them easily from any expression. Work more efficiently and build your own expressions library file that you can reuse in any project!

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First Steps with After Effects Expressions (Part 2)

Posted in After Effects Tutorials by mamoworld on April 8, 2018

The second class of the Tutorials Series about Adobe After Effects Expressions featuring the wiggle expression and some explosions!

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If you are using Premiere Pro and want to start learning how to create titles or lower thirds for your projects in After Effects, then this is exactly the right tutorial series for you. In this part two we create a lower third using text and shape layers. You learn how to work with shapes in Ae, how to use matte layers to clip animated texts and how to animate in After Effects using the extension Squash & Stretch. In just a few minutes we create the entire lower third from start to finish - even including sound effects! And you also get some useful design and layout tips on the way.

 

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First Steps with After Effects Expressions (Part 1)

Posted in After Effects Tutorials by mamoworld on March 26, 2018

New Tutorials Series about Adobe After Effects Expressions: Part one online now!

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If you are using Premiere Pro and want to start learning how to create titles or lower thirds for your projects in After Effects, then this is exactly the right tutorial series for you. In this part 1 we create a text overlay with a subtle and elegant animation. You learn how to bring a clip from Premiere Pro to After Effects using Dynamic Link, how to create texts in After Effects and animate them easily with the extension Squash and Stretch. You also learn how to add effects and use keyframes to animate the text overlay.

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Learn how to time-remap a video in sync with the music. The key idea is to make the video move forward at the beats and stop in-between them. For the beat detection we use our Premiere Pro extension BeatEdit which detects the beats automatically and generates markers for them. In After Effects we will use the “Increment at Marker 1D” iExpression to change the video timing at each of those markers.

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Learn how to stabilize a shaky clip using the mask tracker of Adobe After Effects with the extension MaskTracker+. The advantage of this technique compared to using the Warp Stabilizer is that you have accurate control how the image should be stabilized. 

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Just in time for NAB 2016, aescripts + aeplugins and mamoworld will introduce the Editing Essentials Bundle for Adobe® Premiere® Pro CC, a collection of tools to speed up the editing process. The bundle includes three popular extensions: BeatEdit, QuickImporter and Still Exporter.

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