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امروز برای علاقمندان به آموزش نرم افزار افترافکت مجموعه ای 51 گیگابایتی که یکی از کاملترین و جامع ترین مجموعه آموزش های افتر افکت ساخت وب سایت tutsplus.com است را با عنوان AE.TUTSPLUS – Video Tutorials for Adobe After Effects Vol.01-11 آماده کردیم ایم. این مجموعه عظیم در اصل از در کنار هم قرار داده شدن 11 مجموعه متفاوت از این سری ( مجموعه شماره 1 تا 11) تشکیل شده که در مجموع 300 عنوان آموزش افتر افکت سایت بسیار معتبر و نام آشنای tutsplus.com را در خود گنجانده است.

مهم نیست در کار با نرم افزار افتر افکت حرفه ای هستید و یا مبتدی! فقط کافی است کمی به نرم افزار افکتر افکت علاقمند باشید تا این مجموعه آموزشی عظیم برای شما از طلا هم با ارزش تر باشد. کمپانی TUTSPLUS یکی از برترین و نام آشناترین کمپانی های آموزشی جهان است که غالباً در زمینه‌ی فیلم های آموزشی فعالیت می کند و در رده فیلم های آموزشی افکترافکت بدون شک می توان TUTSPLUS را جزء بهترین ها نام برد.

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از نرم افزار After Effects معمولاً برای ایجاد جلوه های ویژه بر روی فیلم استفاده میشود. همچنین این نرم افزار امکانات مختلفی برای انیمیشن سازی دو بعدی و سه بعدی نیز دارد. از سایر امکانات نرم افزار افتر افکت After Effects ، میتوان به اضافه کردن گرافیک و انیمیشن روی فیلم اشاره کرد. جلوه های ویژه بسیاری از فیلم های سینمایی حاضر حاضر جهان توسط همین نرم افزار ایجاد می شوند. در ایران نیز علاقمندان به هنر گرافیک و تدوین فیلم به دنبال آموزش و افزایش مهارت خود در کار با نرم افزار تدوین فیلم حرفه ای After Effects هستند و ما با ارائه مجموعه عظیم آموزش AE.TUTSPLUS – Video Tutorials for Adobe After Effects Vol.01-11 فرصتی را فراهم کرده ایم تا بتوانید مهارت خود را تا سطح حرفه ای ارتقا بخشید.

هر قسمت از 11 قسمت این مجموعه توسط برخی سایت ها و شرکت ها به صورت مجموعه های چند قسمتی تقسیم شده و در بازار عرضه میشود ولی امروز شما می توانید تمامی این آموزش ها را به صورت رایگان و یکجا با لینک مستقیم از وب سایت آرت پرشین دانلود کنید . امیدواریم این مجموعه ی بی نظیر مورد پسند شما دوستان عزیز قرار گیرد.

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AE.TUTSPLUS – Video Tutorials for Adobe After Effects [Volume 1]

01. Create a Breakup into Particles Logo Transition
A very popular request is how to make a logo breakup into particles and reform into another logo. There’s many ways to achieve this and most of them require a full 3D application, but in this tutorial we learn how to achieve it all in After Effects using a 3D particle systems and a few smoke and mirrors.

02. Create an Illuminating “Light Painting” Effect
You’ve surely seen a “light painting” photograph by now. Sprint made it very popular in their latest advertising campaign, but it’s been around for a long time, Picasso made a light painting in 1949. In this tutorial Ben shows us how to easily recreate this effect using particles in After Effects.

03. Create a Stunning Website Demo Presentation
As our world moves more and more onto the internet there are lots of websites that are worth showing off. In this tutorial Markus shows us how to create a clean and elegant solution to show off your favorite site.

04. Create an Elegantly Handwritten Text Reveal
In this tutorial you will learn how to animate a handwritten text sequence with ink bleeding through the paper to create an elegant old-world style title reveal.

05. Design an Awesome 80’s Inspired Title Animation
We are very happy to welcome Nick Campbell (aka The Greyscale Gorilla) to the Aetuts+ family. He’s an incredibly talented designer and a fantastic teacher. In his first tutorial for us he shows us how to create this awesome 80’s style title animation. He covers a whole bunch of awesome little tips that are sure be useful on any After Effects project.

06. Create a Breathtakingly Awesome Rain Scene – Day 1
In this massive 2 part tutorial inspired by the work of Pierre Michel, Alex Verlan shows us how to create the dramatic slow motion rain drops falling scene entirely within After Effects.

07. Create a Breathtakingly Awesome Rain Scene – Day 2
In this massive 2 part tutorial inspired by the work of Pierre Michel, Alex Verlan shows us how to create the dramatic slow motion rain drops falling scene entirely within After Effects.

08. Create an Ethereal Morphing Letter Canvas
Once in a while a new (or in this case very rarely used) technique appears on the scene and suddenly you start seeing it everywhere. Well we have a feeling that this is going to be one of those. In this tutorial Satya shows us how to use the built-in radio waves plugin to create an incredibly beautiful and ethereal animation of morphing letters.

09. Create a Mysterious Smoky Logo Reveal
In this fun tutorial, Adam walks us through the write-on effect as well as a new way to implement trapcode’s particular to create the popular simulation of an appearing wisp of smoke. He shows us some options to this effect as well how to customize any logo apply these principles in any way you wish.

10. Create a Beautifully Animated Faux 3D Flower Scene
In this tutorial you will learn how to create and animate a beautiful and fully animatable 3D flower that can be the star or simply a design element of any motion graphics piece.

11. Play with Fire to Create a Fiery Logo Transition
Playing with fire will no longer get in trouble with your mother! High quality fluid dynamics has traditionally been reserved for high end 3D applications, but in this tutorial we learn to harness these simulations in After Effects to literally play with fire and create this fiery logo transition.

12. Learn how to Create Chromatic Aberration
Chromatic aberration is the failure of a lens to focus all colors to the same point. To a cinematographer this can be an undesired effect, but in motion graphics it can be a very nice addition. While it would be great to capture chromatic aberration naturally with real lenses, most modern lenses aim to minimize this effect. This is why we are dedicating this tutorial to learning how to recreate this phenomenon using built-in after effects plugins.

13. Animate Type the Old School Way
It’s easy to get excited over the latest plugin or technology, but that inevitably leads to stuff that all looks the same. So to get something new and original, sometimes you just need to go Old School! Before computers, the way to produce type animations was to get creative with some props and a camera. Lloyd shows us how to use some reflective paper and a camera to capture some very fresh type animation. Of course he will also show you how to use After Effects as a finishing tool to bring it all together; this is Aetuts+ after all!

14. Create a Dreamy Logo in the Clouds Animation
Markus is back to show us how to use a particle generator to create 3D clouds and use them as a transitional device to reveal a logo.

15. Create a “Day After Tomorrow” Inspired Instant Freeze Effect
In honor of Oscar’s week we have another movie VFX shot inspired tutorial. A frequently requested theme is the effect of something being frozen very quickly. This tutorial will explain how to achieve this effect as well as a cool camera lens frost over and crack.

16. Create Your Own “Private Ryan” Movie Shot – Day 1
You don’t have to be Steven Spielberg, you don’t need millions of dollars, you don’t even need more than one actor to make your own war movie (well, one shot anyway). In this two day tutorial series, Michal will show you how to create a realistic war movie shot using only one actor and a camera man.
Day 1 will show you: Color correction, realistic camera shake, and bullets hitting the ground on fast footage. These are just pointers to lead you on your track to making convincing war movie visual effects.
3… 2… 1… FIRE!

17. Create Your Own “Private Ryan” Movie Shot – Day 2
On day 2 of this charged tutorial, Michal will try to give you some insights and hints about gun firings, ricochets and keying out soldiers to clone and paste them in to moving footage. So, needless to say… just LOCK n’ LOAD!

18. Simulate a Dramatic Underground Blast
In this tutorial we learn how to harness the shatter plugin along with some expressions and color correction to simulate a dramatic underground explosion that ripples and dislodges the ground.

19. Create an Old TV Footage Effect
You’ve probably seen other old TV effect tutorials before but in this tutorial Greg pays attention to minute details like the RGB pixel separation and teaches us how to achieve this look using all built-in After Effects tools.

20. Create a “Light-tastic” Logo Reveal Animation – Day 1
In this 2 part tutorial we get our hands dirty with a little expression math to create some beautifully organic light streaks that are used to reveal the AETUTS logo. In part 1 Lloyd breaks down the science behind creating a simple expression that drives the light streak emitter and shows you how easy it is to create infinite variations with ease.

21. Create a “Light-tastic” Logo Reveal Animation – Day 2
In part 2 we learn how to use 32-bit compositing with custom particle shapes to create the “light-tastical” light streaking logo reveal animation.

22. Create a Rhythmic “Beat-shake” Effect
In this tutorial you’ll learn how to make moving geometric shapes shake and shudder as if they’ve been moved by the vibrations of a beat. You’ll learn how to sync this effect to music and create the building blocks of a stunning and futuristic music video.

23. Create a Futuristic Floating Hologram Effect
This tutorial will show you how to make a futuristic floating hologram over a cellphone. The techniques included here will help you understand how to track one object to another. The final result is something that may make your indie science-fiction film look better or it may just inspire you to create something new.

24. Create an Animated Homage to Bruce Lee – Day 1
In this tutorial Markus walks us through the creation of a video accompaniment to Bruce Lee’s ‘Be Water’ philosophy. It features vibrant motion typographic sub-titles, animated illustrations and clever camera techniques. The training will be split over 3 days for a total of 71 minutes of tutorial video.

25. Create an Animated Homage to Bruce Lee – Day 2
In day 2 of the training Markus demonstrates how to animate realistic water physics moving between a cup and a bottle. You’ll learn how to create pouring water animations and realistic impact ripples.

26. Create an Animated Homage to Bruce Lee – Day 3
In day 3 of the training Markus demonstrates how to construct an interconnected After Effects scene from many different animations. You’ll then learn how to track a moving camera to the scene.

27. Design a Breathtaking Body Shatter Effect
In this tutorial we learn how to create a body shattering effect similar to the one at the end of Coldplay’s “Viva La Vida” video. For this tutorial we’ll be applying the effect to a still image, but it can also be used to great effect on green screen footage.

28. Design Rhythmic Motion Typography in After Effects
In this tutorial you’ll learn how to create animated typography synchronized with musical events (lyrics). You’ll learn how to fit your typography to a rhythm, add dynamic animations and use the camera and motion blur to create a high-end final effect. This tutorial showcases a technique that is highly sought after in motion graphics today.

29. How to Create Explosive Flower Fireworks
Twice a month we revisit some of our reader’s favorite posts from back in the archives of Aetuts+. Today we’ll look at an amazing post from former Aetuts+ editor, Lloyd Alvarez. This was Lloyd’s first tutorial for Aetuts+ published in December 2008 and beautifully explains some more advanced ways to use Trapcode Particular. Let’s take a look…

30. How to Create Glowing Elegant Lines
In this tutorial you’ll be creating elegant glowing lines using shape layers within After Effects. We’ll create a few basic arc layers and then stylize them by using the find edges effect, glows, and blending modes. I enjoy this technique and you can easily adapt this concept to many different shapes to create some stunning looks.

31. How to Create a Cinematic Opening Title
In this tutorial you learn how to create a cinematic opening title using Trapcode Form similar to those used in movie trailers and openings.

آموزش افتر افکت AE.TUTSPLUS Video Tutorials After Effects

AE.TUTSPLUS – Video Tutorials for Adobe After Effects [Volume 2]

23. Create a MoGraph Urban Jungle – Day 1
In this tutorial Naim Alwan ventures outside of After Effects for a little bit of 3D Matchmoving to create this stunning Urban Jungle effect where vector graphics are perfectly tracked to some city footage. In day 1 you will learn how to do a track using Boujou (although any matchmoving software will work for this) and then import and apply that information in After Effects successfully.
In this two part tutorial you will learn the workflow for seamlessly integrating live action footage with motion graphics elements.
The first day we are going to be spending a little time familiarizing ourselves with the camera tracking process using Boujou, and the settings we need to get right in order to export an AE camera track.
We will then use the information contained on the nulls to setup the scene. Once the track is imported in AE and scene setup we will shift our focus to Illustrator where we will cover the layer setup we need in order to import an Illustrator file into AE.

24. Create a MoGraph Urban Jungle – Day 2
In day 2, Naim show us how to setup the vector graphics in Illustrator then track the man on the phone in Mocha AE. Finally, to wrap things up we jump back into After Effects to finalize the composite.
Naim explains: Today we will continue animating the floral elements, and position the elements into the 3D scene. We will use the camera data to achieve easy track mattes, only needing a small amount of keyframes. We will spend some time focusing on a roto workflow, learning the do’s and don’ts of all things roto, the roto application of choice will be Mocha (it’s free with CS4). Finally the mattes will be applied to specific layer concluding in a beautiful live action/motion graphics scene.

25. Create a Realistic Camera Move with Parallax
Wikipedia describes parallax as: “an apparent displacement or difference of orientation of an object viewed along two different lines of sight, and is measured by the angle or semi-angle of inclination between those two lines.” What this means to After Effects users is that real camera moves have parallax and in this tutorial we learn how to recreate this effect in After Effects using a single still photograph.

Introduction:
The effect that we will be creating in After Effects is called a parallax. The basic idea behind a parallax is that 3 dimensional elements appear to move differently depending on their position relative to the observer. (Image driving in a car, objects closer to you move faster than those that are far away). We will take a sample image (seen below), and turn it into a pseudo-3D scene using After Effects. As you see in the sample video, this gives us the impression that elements in the foreground are moving seperately from those in the background. This effect is often used in documentary films when they do not have film of an event, but only still-frames. Using the effect makes the image more interesting, and makes it seems like someone was there with a video camera and was panning back and forth.
Requirements:
– Photoshop
– After Effects (6.5, 7, CS3, or CS4)
– Source Image _http://www.sxc.hu/photo/1002304)

26. How to Track Live Video to a Postcard
In this tutorial we continue exploring how to create some high-end techniques easily by using scripts to facilitate our workflow. Mathias Mohl teaches us how to track moving video to a postcard that was shot handheld with help from some scripts that he authored and are feely available. He also shows how to recover highlights from the tracked footage and apply them back over the moving video for a very convincing effect.

Tracker2Mask Script and Tutorial
In this Tutorial I describe how you use my After Effects script Tracker2Mask.jsx to assist rotoscoping.Tracker2Mask computes the movement of maskshapes based on the movement of trackpoints. It is easy and flexible to use. In particular you don’t need one trackpoint for each maskpoint. In the tutorial I show how to rotoscope the shape of a moving car based on only four trackpoints, for simpler shapes often one trackpoint is sufficient.
Tracker2Mask Tutorial 2 – new features
In this tutorial I describe some new features of my After Effects script Tracker2Mask that allow local modifications of masks. As an example, I show how to animate speech bubbles.
KeyTweak Script and Tutorial
In this tutorial I explain how to use my After Effects script KeyTweak to quickly modify any keyframed property. Just modify a few keyframes by hand and KeyTweak will modify the keyframes in-between accordingly.

In particular I show how to use KeyTweak to:
– modify drifting tracks
– correct rotoscoping errors
– make non-uniform mask expansions

27. Cinematic Opening Title Redux – Day 1
In this 2 part tutorial we revisit the Cinematic Opening concept with an homage to all of you, our readers, by enshrining all of the comments left on the site in a “ready for Hollywood” delivery. It features a clever use of freely available scripts and expressions to create what would normally be a very complicated and time-consuming animation. The tutorial will be split into 2 days with a total of over 80 minutes of training.
In day 1 we cover cunning techniques to harness a large amount of text and quickly formats and animates it in a cinematic style. This tutorial has tricks and techniques that should appeal to all users from beginners all the way to the most seasoned and advanced users of After Effects.And best of all, it is all created by only using built it After Effects tools!

28. Cinematic Opening Title Redux – Day 2
In day 2 Lloyd finishes the tutorial and shows how to use scripts to split up and animate a logo into hundreds of pieces. He also adds the finishing touches including an alternate ending not shown in the preview. Even though scripts might be perceived as advanced tools, this tutorial aims to shatter this myth and guarantees you will feel comfortable using scripts to help automate and improve the speed your work.

29. Quick Effect: Create a Mac OS X Leopard-style Aura Effect
In this tutorial you learn how to create an aura effect which can used as a background for a dramatic title, similar in style to the default desktop background shipped with Mac OS X Leopard. This is a simple effect with an attractive end result that will be of use to all users of After Effects.

30. Create a Futuristic Floating Hologram Effect
This tutorial will show you how to make a futuristic floating hologram over a cellphone. The techniques included here will help you understand how to track one object to another. The final result is something that may make your indie science-fiction film look better or it may just inspire you to create something new.

31. Create an Animated Homage to Bruce Lee – Day 1
In this tutorial Markus walks us through the creation of a video accompaniment to Bruce Lee’s ‘Be Water’ philosophy. It features vibrant motion typographic sub-titles, animated illustrations and clever camera techniques. The training will be split over 3 days for a total of 71 minutes of tutorial video.In day 1 of the training Markus designs and animates the typography for the video. This tutorial is an excellent compliment to Markus’s ‘Create Rhythmic Motion Typography’ tutorial and demonstrates some more advanced typographic techniques.

32. Create an Animated Homage to Bruce Lee – Day 2
In day 2 of the training Markus demonstrates how to animate realistic water physics moving between a cup and a bottle. You’ll learn how to create pouring water animations and realistic impact ripples.These clever animations will be combined with the typographic ground-work we laid out in day 1 of the training. The complete video will begin to take shape.

33. Create an Animated Homage to Bruce Lee – Day 3
In day 3 of the training Markus demonstrates how to construct an interconnected After Effects scene from many different animations. You’ll then learn how to track a moving camera to the scene.This is the final video in the “Be Water” tutorial series, and should leave you with all the techniques needed to create a similar style of typographic and animated video.

34. Create a Historic Naval Battle Scene
This tutorial will teach you how to create a VFX naval battle scene similar to those seen in period war movies. You’ll learn how to take ordinary footage shot with a DV camera and transform it into a realistic looking old film war battle scene

35. Design a Breathtaking Body Shatter Effect
In this tutorial we learn how to create a body shattering effect similar to the one at the end of Coldplay’s “Viva La Vida” video. For this tutorial we’ll be applying the effect to a still image, but it can also be used to great effect on green screen footage.

36. Design Rhythmic Motion Typography in After Effects
In this tutorial you’ll learn how to create animated typography synchronized with musical events (lyrics). You’ll learn how to fit your typography to a rhythm, add dynamic animations and use the camera and motion blur to create a high-end final effect. This tutorial showcases a technique that is highly sought after in motion graphics today.

37. After Effects for Beginners: Getting Started
When we launched we asked you to tell us what content you wanted and quite a few of you told us you wanted the basics. Well we are listening and this is the first installment of a 3 part series for after effects beginners. Each section lists at the top the topics that are covered in that section. Even though this series focuses on the latest CS4 release, most of the concepts apply to all the versions of After Effects.This first part of the Essential Training series will teach you how to get started in After Effects. You will learn all the basics you need to be able to use After Effects and understand the cool tutorials posted here on AETUTS.

38. After Effects for Beginners: Effects & Animation
When we launched we asked you to tell us what content you wanted and quite a few of you told us you wanted the basics. This is the second installment of our 3 part series for after effects beginners. Each section lists at the top the topics that are covered in that section. Even though this series focuses on the latest CS4 release, most of the concepts apply to all the versions of After Effects.
This second part of the Essential Training series will teach you how to get started using effects and creating basic animation in After Effects. You will learn all the basics you need to be able to use After Effects and understand the cool tutorials posted here.

39. After Effects for Beginners: Advanced Techniques
When we launched we asked you to tell us what content you wanted and quite a few of you told us you wanted the basics. This is the second installment of our 3 part series for after effects beginners. Each section lists at the top the topics that are covered in that section. Even though this series focuses on the latest CS4 release, most of the concepts apply to all the versions of After Effects.
This third part of the Essential Training series will teach you some advanced techniques in After Effects. You will learn all the basics you need to be able to use After Effects and understand the cool tutorials out here.

40. Create an Elegant Signature Written With a Whisp of Smoke
In this tutorial you’ll learn how to create a written title that appears to be written in smoke with the use of Trapcode Particular. The final effect can be used for many purposes, particularly to create a very unique personal signature for your work.

41. How to Create Explosive Flower Fireworks
In this tutorial you will learn how to create a unique twist on the traditional fireworks display.
The tutorial shows you how to create fireworks with Trapcode Particular, and how to reflect this effect over water.

42. Quick Effect: Magnifying Track Matte
This tutorial will teach you how to generate a magnifying effect with the use of an animated track matte. The final effect can be used for many purposes, particularly to create a sophisticated background for other elements, such as logos and text.
This tutorial is ideal for beginners or experienced After Effects users who want to quickly learn an attractive and simple technique.

43. How to Create Glowing Elegant Lines
In this tutorial you’ll be creating elegant glowing lines using shape layers within After Effects.
We’ll create a few basic arc layers and then stylize them by using the find edges effect, glows, and blending modes. I enjoy this technique and you can easily adapt this concept to many different shapes to create some stunning looks.

44. How to Create a Cinematic Opening Title
In this tutorial you learn how to create a cinematic opening title using Trapcode Form similar to those used in movie trailers and openings.

آموزش افتر افکت AE.TUTSPLUS Video Tutorials After Effects

AE.TUTSPLUS – Video Tutorials for Adobe After Effects [Volume 3]

45. Create a Sound Reacting 3D Waveform Animation without 3rd Party Plugins
Satya has done it again. He’s managed to re-wire and re-invent tools that we’ve had for a long time to create what would normally only be possible with third party plugins. For all of you that ask for tutorials that only use built-in plugins, this one is for you. Satya has even created a free preset so you don’t have to re-create the effect from scratch every time.

46. Create a “Bullet Time” Logo Shatter Effect
Wikipedia defines Bullet Time as a digitally enhanced simulation of variable speed (i.e. slow motion, time-lapse…) photography used in films, broadcast advertisements and computer games. It is characterized both by its extreme transformation of time (slow enough to show normally imperceptible and un-filmable events, such as flying bullets) and space (by way of the ability of the camera angle—the audience’s point-of-view—to move around the scene at a normal speed while events are slowed). The first movie credited with this effect is Blade, but it was the Matrix that really made it famous.
In this tutorial, Wes shows us how to use the built-in Shatter plugin to achieve “Bullet Time” with type or a logo.

47. Dunk Your Logo in a Wave World
Adam brings back his charm in this tutorial that is all about the rarely used Wave World plugin. You will learn all the ins and outs about this plugin that can even do 3D!

48. Create a Stormy, Electric Type Reveal
This tutorial gives a different twist on how to use the powerful form plugin. Learn how to use it to create a mysterious and electric type reveal.

49. Give Your Type Some Ball Action
We get a lot of requests for tutorials that don’t require 3rd party plugins, and since we like to make our readers happy whenever possible, Adam is back breaking down the rarely used “CC Ball Action” built-in plugin to make some very cool type transitions.

50. Color Grade and Enhance a Horror Shot
Good horror isn’t about over the top effects. Its about using effects and colour correction to create a constant and un-nerving sense of fear, suspense and terror as part of an imaginative and horrifyingly well directed film. In this first part James will teach how to create 2 scenes. First how to take a shot of a mansion and give it an intense and scary look through sky replacement and colour correction. Second we will take a shot of a stone gargoyle face and create a subtle yet creepy effect in which it frowns evilly at an oncoming victim. Be afraid…be very afraid.

51. Make Form Cinematic
The secret to making motion graphics look sexy and less digital is to borrow some tips from the cinematic production world. Simon breaks down a bunch of tips including how to build your own light leaks and film scratches! The tricks learned in this tutorial can be applied to any motion graphics piece.

52. Create a Geometric Color Explosion
Wes Kandel is back to show us how to combine geometric shapes made in Illustrator and then imported and animated in After Effects to create his very cool Geometrika piece.

53. Create a 3D DNA Strain
We are very happy to welcome AE legend Maltaanon to the Aetuts+ family. Maltaanon kicks things off with this tutorial that makes very clever use of Trapcode’s Form plugin to create something that would normally require a 3D application, but is accomplished entirely within After Effects.

54. Learn How to Create a Light Rays Custom Effect from Scratch
A custom effects is special kind of preset that looks and behaves like a plugin. It allows you to save a special recipe of plugins and keyframes into something that you can reuse with ease. Jorrit Schulte has been producing a bunch of these very useful custom effects and providing them for free at aenhancers.com. In this tutorial he breaks down how to create the incredibly popular light rays effect and how to package it all into a custom effect.
We’re going to break down how you create a light ray effect, like shine, and then we’re gonna learn how to create a preset so you can use it again any time you like inside of the preset. Finally we are going to make that preset into a custom effect using a script from nabscripts.com.

55. Create Whispy Spirit-like Text
Adam keeps digging through the good ol’ built in CC plugins and continues to come up with very clever and visually awesome solutions. In this tutorial Adam uses CC Smear as the basis to create text that appears in as if a spirit whisped into it.

56. Create a Split-Flap Type Display
Split-Flap-What? It’s the term used for displays that are found in train stations and airports, where they typically display departure and/or arrival information and do that cool flipping of letters to display the new information.
This tutorial does not show how to create the effect from scratch but instead it is a tutorial to explain how to use the project file created by Mattias Peresini who runs the totally awesome mattrunks website which has incredible tutorials for After Effects in French. We are very happy to have Mattias doing his first English tutorial for us here at Aetuts+.

57. Create A Surprising Billowing Cloth Reveal
It’s amazing how much pseudo-3D you can do in After Effects today. This tutorial will focus on using a new plugin that brings 3D bicubic deformations to layers that allows you to truly bend and twist layers in 3D space. If you are familiar with 3D packages, this is true displacement as opposed to just bump mapping.

58. Create a Sci-Fi Movie Title Sequence
This tutorial covers the creation of a space-like si-fi title sequence from scratch. Michael shows us how you can easily create a visually interesting and impressive title animation with some simple title cards and text animation. The tutorial uses the Twitch plugin from Video Copilot, though a similar effect could be obtained by manual keyframing.

59. Create an Underwater Scene
We try to provide tutorials for users at all levels of After Effects. In this tutorial you will learn some good fundamentals on how to create a type reveal with an interesting background and environment. You will learn how to use all built-in tools and plugins to create a faux underwater scene complete with a bubbly type reveal. Simple.

60. War! Or How to Create a 3D Particle Generated Video Display
Wes comes back with another adrenalin fueled piece that is sure to become an Aetuts+ favorite. Using Trapcode Form as the basis to display video, he shows how to use the audio reactors built in to form to achieve something very very cool.

61. Create an Elegant Concentric Rings Animation
Inspired by the work of Mark Coleran. Satya shows us how to use iterations of simple shape layers to create some beautiful procedural art.

62. Heads Up on Some Cool Graphic Type Techniques
In this tutorial, regular Aetuts+ author Markus Gustafsson shows us how to use adjustment layers and expressions to create some edgy graphic design.

63. Create a Burning Building VFX Shot
Starting with nothing more than a few still photographs, learn how to create this dynamic burning building VFX shot.

64. Create an Effect Inspired by the Bourne Ultimatum End Credits Sequence
In a very clever use of Trapcode Particular, this tutorial shows us how to create an effect that is inspired by the Bourne Ultimatum end credits sequence.

65. Create a Radar Screen Logo Reveal
Using only built in plugins, learn how to create a radar screen which then reveals a logo. You will learn how to use 32-bit mode and few other tricks to simulate a real screen glow.

66. Learn How to Rig and Animate a Character and Create your Own Odyssey Day 1
In this massive 2 part tutorial you will learn how to rig and animate a character using a combination of Illustrator, Photoshop and After Effects and create an incredible, cinematic odyssey piece.
Part 1 covers pre-production techniques, workflow overview and creating and rigging the character. It also covers creating the star field background and creating the eye close-up.

67. Learn How to Rig and Animate a Character and Create your Own Odyssey Day 2
This is part 2 of this very comprehensive tutorial where you will learn how to rig and animate a character using a combination of Illustrator, Photoshop and After Effects and create an incredible, cinematic odyssey piece.

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68. Create Procedurally Animated Rhythmic Dancing Marbles
By now you should expect nothing less than amazing procedural animations from Satya and this tutorial is no exception. Inspired by this piece by Eamae Mirkin which was originally created using the processing programming language, Satya explains the required math background and shows you how to replicate this beautiful animation in After Effects.

69. Create a Leaf Growing Network TV ID
Network TV ID’s are usually a 5 or 10 second piece that pleasantly announces the channel’s logo. In this tutorial you will learn how to create this real-world, network ID-style scene for your logo or type treatment using After Effects, Trapcode Particular, and stock images.

70. Create a Paper Tearing Logo Reveal
Using some clever photoshop and green screen techniques you will learn how to create this logo reveal inspired by the movie “The Orphanage”.

71. Create Fairly Realistic Fire using CC Particle World
Using the built-in plugin CC Particle World and a few tricks, learn how to create this fairly realistic looking fire shot.

72. Animate a Dancing Ice Cream Bar in Cinema 4D and After Effects
Aetuts+ sister site devoted to 3D graphics, Cgtuts+, has just published a wonderful tutorial on animating some cute dancing ice cream bars in Cinema 4D and After Effects. The result is very, very cool – and so are the techniques used.If you’re a C4D user (or would like to be) and want to learn more about pairing the program with After Effects, this tutorial would be a great starting point. Hit the jump to preview the tutorial, or go there now!

73. Create a Flare and Light Streak Text Reveal
Made popular in recent commercials, using light streaks to reveal text and logos is a great way to bring an extra punch to your productions.

74. Create the “My Paper Mind” Effect
This tutorial will teach you how to recreate the “My Paper Mind” effect done by Javan Ivey, but with the environment in mind, Nicolas has come up with a way to save some paper (as well as about 3 days worth of paper cuts!) It is all done in After Effects without any third party plug-ins. Enjoy!

75. Creating a Tracked Head Wound
In this tutorial Mathias shows that corner pin tracking can do much more than just replacing some pictures on a wall. We are going to compose a wound on a moving head and use the Mocha tracker in combination with his script MochaImport. Trust me, this is so much easier then creating a real head wound!

76. Create a Palmticular Tree
Vincent introduces a few of the new features in Particular 2 with the creation of a growing palm tree. Put on some sun screen and enjoy!

77. Create the JibJab Effect
Learn how to turn yourself into a cartoony looking animation. If you have a client that wants something funny or if you’re just bored and need something to do with your friends, this is a simple tutorial that will generate some extremely entertaining results!

78. Create a Peaceful Sunset
In this tutorial James will show some practical techniques in creating a lovely sunset scene. He will cover extracting a tree image from the sky background within Photoshop and animating a realistic sunset.

79. Mac OSX Wallpaper Creation – With Invigorator Pro – Day 1
In this tutorial Saqib recreates the Mac OSX Wallpaper. He will start off Day 1 setting up the background to create the simulated aurora feel. Then be ready for Day 2 as we jump into Invigorator to create our 3d logos.

80. Mac OSX Wallpaper Creation – With Invigorator Pro – Day 2
In this second part of his tutorial, Saqib recreates the Mac OSX Wallpaper. He will show us some of the basics of Zaxwerks Invigorator.

81. Create Mac OSX Intro Video with C4D – Day 1
As the penultimate nugget of goodness in our Mac Lover’s Week, Satya created a 2 day tutorial that everybody will enjoy! In day 1, he will walk us through Cinema 4D and how to create the 3d text in this effect.

82. Create Mac OSX Intro Video with C4D – Day 2
In day 2 of this tutorial, we will finish up in Cinema 4D, then head over into After Effects and see how to put all the pieces together.

83. Create Harry Potter Titles
You don’t have to be a graduate of Hogwarts to create cool titles! In this tutorial you will learn the simplicity of creating an amazing looking Harry Potter “The Half-Blood Prince” introduction, using only four photographs and the power of After Effects. So quit your Quidditch and have a seat. It’s gonna be magical!

84. How to Create a Glitchy Interface Animation
This tutorial will teach you how to recreate a stylized Glitch Interface Animation that resembles a high tech control system, with an analog monitor startup. Anthony Errisuriz provides his step by step process for creating this amazing effect with design from Illustrator and animating in After Effects.

85. Learn to Make a Custom 3D Wall Text Reveal
Using basic AE tools and some expressions you will learn how to create this 3D wall made of custom shapes and a nice laser beam to reveal your text.

86. Integrating C4D into AE
The more you get into After Effects, the more you realize how cool it is to bring in stuff from outside the program. This tutorial shows how take a scene from Cinema 4D and bring it over into AE. After effects is a compositing program and this is a perfect example of how to take a basic animation and add some “after effects”!

87. Animate Your Logo Into Characters
In this tutorial, we will learn some of the cool new features introduced in Trapcode Particular v2.0. Inspiration for this tutorial is from the logo reveal of the Digital Domain Animation Company. It may not be as good as that (since it had been done completely using a 3d software), but I thought to give it a try in After Effects.

88. Put Together a Realistic District 9 Composite
Adding outside elements into a scene can be a tedious endeavor. Today we’ll be shown a few different compositing tips as we superimpose the space ship from District 9 into our shot.

89. How to Make Paper People
Stop-motion animation using paper cut-outs can take quite a bit of time to produce… unless you use The Paper People effect! This technique gives you similar results in a fraction of the time. With the use of a current version of AE, you’ll use the wiggle expression, hold keyframes, and the puppet tool to emulate the classic look of a beloved form of traditional animation.

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90. 3D Paper Crumple with Freeform AE
Next time you get a frustrating assignment that you didn’t ask for, don’t crumple it up and throw it at your boss’s face. Now you can easily call it quits within After Effects! Rob uses the example of creating a paper crumple transition to show off the Digieffects plugin Freeform AE. Who knows… this tutorial might just save your job.

91. The Best Sound You’ll Ever See!
Satya is back with a new tutorial that will help you look as good as you sound. This technique has many options so sit back and learn how to create an attractive visual generated from your audio spectrum.

92. Terminate Your Footage With Expressions – Day 1
If you’re wanting to help to save Sarah Connor then maybe this tutorial will give you an insider’s perspective on what to do. Ben McEwan has created a 3 Day Series crammed full of useful expressions to create the UI found in the Terminator. He’ll skim over some of the basics of shape layers, as well as touch on some more advanced stuff like displacement mapping.

93. Terminate Your Footage With Expressions – Day 2
If you’re wanting to help to save Sarah Connor then maybe this tutorial will give you an insider’s perspective on what to do. Here is Day 2 of this 3 Part Series by Ben McEwan. You can view Day 1 here.

94. Terminate Your Footage With Expressions Day 3
If you’re wanting to help to save Sarah Connor then maybe this tutorial will give you an insider’s perspective on what to do. Here is the Final Day of this 3 Part Series by Ben McEwan. You can view Day 1 here and Day 2 here.

95. Form A Unique Transition
In this tutorial we are going to reveal how to create a cool particle transition between 2 videos using Trapcode Form. We will cover the importance of layer maps while using this plugin as well as how to create a stylish displacement of the particles.

96. Living in Toytown
Until recently this effect has been created in-camera using specialized lenses. In this tutorial, Richard Bird gives an overview of how the “Dollhouse Effect” can be quickly recreated in post-production without the use of 3rd party plug-ins by remapping the depth of field, use of simple colour correction and altering the frame rate.

97. Making Your Color Scheme a Whole Lot Kuler!
Adobe Kuler is a great resource for color themes that is perfectly integrated in all Adobe CS4 software – except for After Effects. But this has changed now. In this tutorial, Mathias Mohl shows how you can use his brand-new script “Chameleon – The Adobe Kuler Color Theme Browser” to work with Kuler color themes in After Effects. Apply a new color theme with just one click and all colors of your composition update automatically.

98. Writing with Colored Sand
We are going to make this writing with sand sort of effect. The story behind this tutorial is; One day my manager asked me for spray or sand kind of effect. First I googled on the internet but I never found any kind of tutorial, After one hour of RnD, I came up with this effect which I felt was looking great, so I figured I would share it with you guys.

99. Map Your Destination in AE
If you’re planning a trip and need to set up a visual location overview, you’re in luck! If you pretty much never even leave your room accept for class, work, and meals, you’re still in luck! With some expressions, good technique, and a little treasure hunting instinct, Jorrit Schulte guides us through the process of this animation journey.

100. Use Lights To Project Your Logo
This tutorial basically involves three things that could be useful – Use of Light Projections (text projected onto white solids), Text Writing with particular and Use of Exported Camera from cinema 4d. There are some good principles you can take from this example.

101. Get Your Disco Groove On
I hope you got the funk in your trousers!… ok, that sounded better in my head. Today we are going to create a full disco club scene. There are a number of elements involved so hopefully you can moonwalk away with something groovy!

102. Writing With The Clouds
I think at some point everybody has enjoyed trying to point out shapes of animals or other random things while looking up at the clouds. Well today you get to decide what that cloud shape will be! Without using any 3rd Party Plug-ins, I’m going to show you guys a simple way create clouds from shapes, text, a logo… anything you want! In this tutorial the main focus will be on track mattes and working with masks.

103. Create A Comic Book Style Animation
There are many ways to make yourself look cool like rescuing babies, planting trees, or even hiring someone with consistently bad breath to hang out with you so you become the social favorite by comparison… it does work. But I think the comic book super hero method ain’t too bad either and so today you’ll learn some helpful workflow tips integrating Photoshop along with how to take your footage and give it that comic book style.

104. Boharg II Breakdown
I came across and this short film and it reminded me of so many friends’ first video projects… except done really well. I asked David to show the basic techniques he used to create this effect driven action sequence. He’ll show some Time Remapping, Distortion, and Color Correction tips that could even save you from running into yourself in an old building…

105. Shine Some Light On The Situation
When working on VFX, you can often measure your success by how invisible you are. If the audience doesn’t know there was an effect created, then you did a good job. In this tutorial I will show you all how to make turn a plain dolly shot into a dynamic room with light rays and a sky replacement.

106. Learn How to Create an Advanced Jumper Effect
We’ve all seen the standard disappearing effect from a camera that sits on a tripod and doesn’t move. In this tutorial you’ll learn how to create a dynamic disappearing effect from a moving camera shot. Our camera will pan with the actor as he runs, jumps, disappears, and reappears. The actual disappearance also includes a dynamic dissolve and warp effect. And the best part is, no third party plug-ins are required.

107. Excellent Explosions and Extreme Extrusions in C4D
In this tutorial, Carlos will teach us how to create extruding text exploding out of a box using C4D. We’ll then bring it into After Effects to add more particles and a background. This is excellent effect to go through if you’ve been wanting to try a 3d program.

108. Create Your Own Custom Effects!
For those looking for something a little more advanced and useful. Here it is! Momcilo takes us step by step into Creating Your Own Custom Effects. You don’t have to wait for “somebody to come out with it…” Now YOU can!

109. Add A Vignette With Ease – Custom Effect
One great tool used to “Have it Your Way” is Custom Effects. For those of you who are unfamiliar with Custom Effects you can check out this article. Momcilo is going to walk us through the basics of creating your very own Vignette Custom Effect. Enjoy!

110. Distribute Your Layers in 3D – Custom Effect
The Distributor is a free custom effect that randomly places selected layers throughout 3D space. With its vast number of settings you can control not only the range of the distribution, but also rotation, opacity and much more. Overall the Distributor will help save time while overcoming limitations of various plugins.

111. Countdown In Style with Clockworks – Custom Effect
If you need a great video intro and have less then 24 hours to deliver, then you’re in luck! We’re going to be looking at Jorrit’s Clockworks Custom Effect and working through how to make your own intense show opener using it. You can hang up with CTU, everything you need can be found below!

112. Fix Interlaced Footage With Deinterlacerator! – Custom Effect
If you have a box full of old mini DV tapes in your closet that you’ve been meaning to go though, now might be the time! With this helpful CE you can convert Line-Laden footage into Pixel Perfection in no time. Download the Free Custom Effect and follow along!

113. Become a Storm Chaser – Day 1
In this two part tutorial we’ll learn how to composite a Tornado and unique point of view using only still pictures. Then learn how to add even more effects like distant lighting and cloud twirling. You’ll learn about the puppet tool, the camera’s focus options and the endless possibilities of particles. Best of all, there are no external plugins are required! Twist and Shout!

114. Become a Storm Chaser – Day 2
In this two part tutorial we’ll learn how to composite a Tornado and unique point of view using only still pictures. Then learn how to add even more effects like distant lighting and cloud twirling. You’ll learn about the puppet tool, the camera’s focus options and the endless possibilities of particles. Best of all, there are no external plugins are required! Twist and Shout!

115. Drop Some 3D Into AE – Day 1
In this tutorial we will take a brief look at integrating 3D physics into an After Effects project for a simple motion graphics piece. This is a beginners tutorial and pointed towards those taking there first steps in integrating 3DS Max (reactor) with After Effects.

116. Drop Some 3D Into AE – Day 2
In this tutorial we will take a brief look at integrating 3D physics into an After Effects project for a simple motion graphics piece. This is a beginners tutorial and pointed towards those taking there first steps in integrating 3DS Max (reactor) with After Effects.

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118. A Delightful Swirl Of Audio
Next time you find yourself traveling through time… you can only hope the soundtrack is more like this. In this tutorial we will learn how to use Trapcode Form’s AudioReact to create a very cool scene that reacts to the music. See you on the other side!

119. The Birth Of A Logo – Day 1
There was an explosion of characters and thus the Logo was born. In this tutorial we’ll be using some of the new options of Trapcode Particular 2 as well as some techniques with Trapcode Form to create an epic depiction of the first logo in history.

120. The Birth Of A Logo – Day 2
There was an explosion of characters and thus the Logo was born. In this tutorial we’ll be using some of the new options of Trapcode Particular 2 as well as some techniques with Trapcode Form to create an epic depiction of the first logo in history.

121. Basic Match Moving with PFhoe – Day 1
You may know how to Bust a Move, but the real question is can you Match a Move? In Day 1 of this two part tutorial we’re gonna start by looking over the interface of PFhoe and explain how to get a basic Match Move. From there we’ll bring the camera solve into AE to see what we can do with it. Day 2 we’ll head over into Illustrator and 3ds Max to generate an extruded logo and finally bring it all back into AE for the final composite.

122. Basic Match Moving with PFhoe – Day 2
You may know how to Bust a Move, but the real question is can you Match a Move? In Day 1 of this two part tutorial we looked over the interface of PFhoe and explained how to get a basic Match Move. Now in this second part we’ll head into Illustrator and 3ds Max to generate an extruded logo and finally bring it all back into AE for the final composite.

123. This Logo Will Self Destruct In 5 Seconds
In this tutorial we will be creating a really cool title effect suitable for epic title sequences. The tutorial will explain the steps in order to create a Time Trail effect, and then disintegrate the title to transition out.

124. Send A Happy 2010 New Year Card
In this holiday season, it’s always fun to send cards to each other, well in this tutorial we are going to make a lovely animated New Year card that you can post on Facebook and tag all your friends in or whatever else you might wanna do. Enjoy and we’ll see ya next year!

125. Create A Glowing Red Hot Hand
I think we can all admit that part of the reason we got into After Effects was to live out our inner fantasy of being a mutant or super hero of some sort. Guilty. Be careful as you watch this quick tutorial, you don’t wanna get caught Red Handed… Somebody had to say it…

126. Maya into After Effects Workflow
We’ve had a few tutorials in working with 3ds Max and AE, and even more with C4D, but there have been lots of requests for help in working between Maya and AE. In this tutorial we will be creating a 3D billboard in Maya, then bringing it over to AE for the design application

127. Create A Heart Monitor With Expressions
You may think you love After Effects… but how can you really tell until you’ve created a heart monitor that proves the passion is alive and well?! You can’t… I’m sorry, it’s the only way. Jorrit will show some handy expressions within Particular that should help you with any number of projects.

128. Learn How To Composite A Zombie-Like Tear Of Blood
There are so many projects where we blow up a Zombie head or have blood splatter against the wall after we shoot one. I think we’ve missed something important though. Zombies are… were people too. We need to be sensitive to what they’re feeling. Don’t just say, “Wipe those bloody tears off your face!” Hurting Zombies hurt people.

129. Create a Rockin’ Automated Slideshow
We’ve all been faced with this dilemma… You return from vacation with 2000 photos and dread having to edit them, especially since every photo is a prized capture that the world HAS to see. This is where the Turbo Slideshow comes in. With the aid of a couple of scripts, you can have all 2000 synced to music in a matter of minutes… and speaking of a matter of minutes… that is all it will take to see all the photos! It’s a win win situation for everyone.

130. Freeze Your Logo With A Snowy Transition
Even though we’re past the Christmas season, many still have snow on the ground. Well this little effect would be a perfect opener for any “winter-themed” project. I understand that life can be tough because you can’t please everybody… but! you can freeze every logo! And we’re gonna show you how.

131. Photoshop 3D Into After Effects Workflow – Day 1
One of the coolest features of late that Adobe has included is the ability to open 3D models within Photoshop and After Effects. In this tutorial Brian will use the example of a mock coffee shop promo to show some of the basics techniques you can use. I hope the coffee is fresh though, otherwise that’s grounds to not watch the tut… grounds… coffee… yeah.

132. Photoshop 3D Into After Effects Workflow – Day 2
One of the coolest features of late that Adobe has included is the ability to open 3D models within Photoshop and After Effects. In this tutorial Brian will use the example of a mock coffee shop promo to show some of the basics techniques you can use. I hope the coffee is fresh though, otherwise that’s grounds to not watch the tut… grounds… coffee… yeah.

133. Basic Footage Coloring And Object Removal
We spend so much time trying to make footage look old… but what if your footage already is old? I guess you’d have to color it then, right? That, and take junk out. So here’s a basic tut to walk through how it can be done.

134. Happy Valentines Day from AEtuts+!… we love you!
This tutorial is for beginners. I’m noticing that some people enjoy seeing motion graphics/broadcast animation tutorials so here it goes. This end result certainly isn’t and Oscar-winner, but it does show a number of things that everyone should know. This could be a way to create simple, yet functional screen-cast opener for example… We’ll start in Photoshop (perhaps Illustrator would be better, but since I don’t have it yet, I used Photoshop) and then dive in AE till the end of the tut. I worked hard doing this and preparing all the stuff so I hope you enjoy it. Let’s get started!

135. Get Blown Away With An Explosive Corridor Blast
BOOM !!!… seriously guys, blowing things up is the only reason why you all are watching these sites, right? =D Anyway, in this beginner to advanced tutorial I want to give you a good start to create…well…chaos and destruction, muharr harr…just kidding, have fun guys! =D

136. Simulate A Glowing Neon Light Sign Of Your Logo
I know we all have busy schedules with lots of things to do during the day…. and ya know, that’s the very reason we stay open late here on AEtuts+! Ok, it’s a website so that doesn’t really work, but if we had a store front we would stay open late just for you… you and the date you brought who doesn’t think it’s gonna work out…. sorry, they told me not to tell you… hmm… awkward… Here’s how to create an “Open Late” sign yourself.

137. Grow A Grassy Field With Particular
As an After Effects user, you’ll know that finding time just get outside and enjoy a beautiful day isn’t always an easy thing to do. The answer could be to get up more and walk outside every once in a while… but when even something that simple isn’t an option, you may just want to have this project file handy so you can dream of what life is like on the outside.

138. How To Create A Surreal Outer Space Nebula
You don’t need to be an astronaut to enjoy a breathtaking celestial scene… you can create one yourself! They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder… Well I don’t know who “the beholder” is and why his eyes are so gorgeous, but I think this effect is quite lovely as well. Enjoy!

139. Use Color To Control Your Textures
The government may have control of your money, your boss may have control of your schedule, and you’re kids may even have control of what you’re doing this weekend… but alas, there is one thing you will not forfeit! You will never give up control of your textures!… that is, unless color wants control… then you have to hand it over, sorry.

140. Set Up A Night Club Rave Scene
Who cares if you weren’t invited to the party… you can make your own in AE! Seriously though, If you need to create a quick dance party to show your client the fun they could be having if they hired you… use this tutorial to show them.

141. Leap Into Hancock-Style Super Jump Effect
You may have to get up and stretch out a little before starting this tutorial. It’s got some pretty ground breaking techniques and covers quite a lot leaving very little up in the air. In honor of this being a leap year and all, here you go… jump in.
Similar to Andrew Kramer’s tutorial, this one shows how to use a Difference Matte to roto out an actor and then composite various HD elements in front AND behind an actor to make the ground smashing effect seen in movies such as Hancock and games such as Crackdown.

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142. Double Stuffed Tracking Walkthrough
We’ve seen lots of tutorials on how to do basic planar tracking, but we’re gonna take it to a hole notha level. This tutorial demonstrates how to use 2D planar tracking and 3d tracking together to create graphics that pop off a board that you can hold and walk with.

143. Give Your Video A Pencil Sketched Look
I think we all used to create little cartoons in school by drawing on each page of your text books and flipping through them to animate. Well, lets all save a tree. In this tutorial we’ll be creating a similar looking animation in AE using Trapcode Particular’s Aux Particles. From there we’ll bring it over into Photoshop and learn a little bit about how to apply filters to video with the help of Filmstrip format.

144. Generate a Dynamic Morphing Background Design with Sinedots
In this tutorial you will learn how to work and use the free plug-in Sinedots, which is a very powerful tool for creating interesting abstract motion background. There haven’t been many good tutorials for this plug-in so I hope you find this useful!

145. Get Brilliantly Better Balcony Backdrops
This tutorial explains how to do basic compositing using After Effects. We will be covering how to do sky replace and get a matte using Luma Keys and add 3D layers of elements to build a basic composite.

146. Track Your Golf Swing Form Like A Master
Use Motion Tracking to create a motion swing path behind a golfer’s club head. This effect would work perfectly to show your friends how bad they need to work on their form… just a thought. But honestly, this simple principle can be used to create endless effects and could really spice up any sport-themed projects you work on.

147. Create A Beach Themed “Water Writing” Look
This tutorial is about how to Write with Water inside After Effects without any using for the 3d party plug-ins. So if the Summer heat gets to you, just go inside for a while and watch this tutorial to cool down. Don’t forget your sunscreen and enjoy Writing with Water!

148. Generate Your Own Splendid Spirographical Designs
Today, we’re going to resurrect a classic drawing toy in After Effects using an expression tied into a few custom sliders. I used Trapcode Particular 2.0 to display the resulting animated patterns but CC Particle World could be used almost as easily and the results can be used in a myriad of ways for your projects. Or you can just experiment and see what kind of unique shapes you can generate just by changing a few numbers.

149. Use Color To Control Your Textures – Part 2
In the second part of this tutorial you will learn how to animate the cubes bounce in a realistic manner. using only expressions linked to a custom made “control panel”.
A very useful, and time-saving technique to easily control and manipulate expressions.

150. Discover How To Recreate the Sherlock Holmes End Credits Effect
After Effects, my dear Watson! This tutorial uses hand drawn elements, textures, and pre-matted motion elements to recreate a look that is similar to the Sherlock Holmes credits. It gives you basics to build on. The great thing about this effect is that it is made to look organic and not 3D and effects heavy, but it still turns out looking really professional. It does not require very much expertise in free hand drawing seeing that all you have to do is trace a still image. Take this tutorial and build upon it to create something awesome.

151. Welcome CS5! An Intro To The New “Roto Brush”
A HUGE welcome to After Effects CS5! In this tutorial, I’ll be going through and explaining the new “Roto Brush” tool included within CS5. It isn’t a “keyer”, it’s not quite a “magic wand”, I wouldn’t even call it a “pen”. You’re just gonna have to watch the tutorial to find out what this amazing new feature is made of!

152. Animate An Underground Map Without Keyframes In Motion 4
In this tutorial you will learn how to create and animate the map of your favorite city underground with Apple Motion 4. Behaviours will be our friends to avoid the use of keyframes. They are one of the most powerful tools in Motion to speed up your work.

153. Create A Realistic Glass Reflection
Transparency is an important element to reflect in one’s relationships and if we can help you in that area it’d be our pleasure! In this tutorial you’ll find out how to create a realistic glass reflection on a 3D object, created within After Effects. We’ll then simulate a normal pass and have it reflect the environment with the “normality” free plug-in.

154. Make A Stop At An Old Deserted Motel
Learn how to composite a multi-purpose short scene using still pictures and .vpe files. We will be using the 3d resources in AE to make the pictures blend together. In addition, a new technique to achieve a different neon text effect and more compositing tips. Lets hit the road!

155. Give Your Title A “Gamer” Like Glitch
In this tutorial we are going to make a distortion effect, similar to the intro titles in ‘Gamer’. We start of by creating a stylized text in Photoshop, and making some cool distortions with Photoshop filters. After that we go into After Effects to animate the photoshop layers into a sequence, and stylize the sequence to make it look even cooler.

156. Workflow In Zaxwerks ProAnimator Part 1
3D movies, 3D televisions, 3D on the desktop. Everything cool these days is in 3D! For an animator, there is no faster way to create professional 3D animation than with the Zaxwerks ProAnimator. Everyone’s heard of it, and in this 32 minute tutorial Rob Birnholz will teach the basics of how it works. This is not a sales pitch, but an actual workflow. For the basics, After Effects is not required, but the tutorial steps are same for both the standalone ProAnimator application and the AE plug-in version. A trial version of ProAnimator can be downloaded from www.zaxwerks.com.

157. Workflow In Zaxwerks ProAnimator Part 2
In this tutorial you’ll learn how to use the Zaxwerks ProAnimator After Effects plug in to open an existing Zaxwerks project inside After Effects and use the Layer Maps feature to add animated texture maps and filter effects to a 3D model. To view Part 1 Click Here.

158. Create A Techie Math Animation
In this tutorial we are going to make a create an animated web-like animation that you can use for any tech-oriented project you may have on the horizon. We’ll be using basic shapes, precomps, and a quick expression. The process is simple, but the options are endless…

159. Soak Your Logo With CC Glass
Somebody grab a towel cause we got a damp tutorial on our hands. We’ll be using inverted mattes to create a sopping wet logo that’ll leave you drenched.

160. Build Some Sturdy Steel Structures – Day 1
In this two part tutorial we’ll explain how to make a logo with a 3D simulation of a steel structure using Cinema 4D and establish the movement. Tomorrow we’ll be bringing our renders over into After Effects to put it all together.

161. Build Some Sturdy Steel Structures – Day 2
In this two part tutorial we’ll explain how to make a logo with a 3D simulation of a steel structure using Cinema 4D and establish the movement. Today we’ll be bringing our renders over into After Effects to put it all together. You can watch part one here.

162. Audio Reactant Time Remapping
In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to do some experimental animation on a footage based on music. For this effect we’ll dive into learning time remapping, waveform and a bit about expressions as well.

163. Recreate The Matrix Chopper Scene
In this 3ds Max/AE combo tutorial, you will learn how to make a stream of raining bullets using PF source in 3DS Max and then combine all the elements together in AE to give a stunning “Matrix-like” effect.

164. Composite A Live Action Jet Flyby – AE Part
In this 2 Part, 45 minute tutorial we’ll go over the process involved with compositing a jet, helicopter, or even a UFO into your live actions scenes. You can watch Part One over on CGtuts+ before you watch Part Two below.

165. Enter A 3D Samurai Chamber – Day 1
In this tutorial, we will build an entire 3D samurai chamber entirely within After Effects. From there we’ll animate a camera to fly through it as we light the whole scene. Finally, we take a look at depth of field. So there is a lot to cover!

166. Enter A 3D Samurai Chamber – Day 2
In this tutorial, we will build an entire 3D samurai chamber entirely within After Effects. From there we’ll animate a camera to fly through it as we light the whole scene. Finally, we take a look at depth of field. So there is a lot to cover!

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167. Realistic Fog Without 3rd Party Plug ins
Creating atmospheres within a 3d app can be tricky and there are often times when you just need a quick turn around without having to worry about render time. Today were gonna look at how to create realistic looking fog without the use of ANY 3rd party plug ins. Enjoy!

168. Turn Out Something New By Rotating Boxes
In this tutorial I am going to show you how to create a very nice animation based in solids by using very simple effects and camera movements. All of this will be done totally inside After Effects and using nothing else than solids, rotations and camera postions. We will learn how to put a small box inside a bigger box to display you images or 3D elements in a cool way.

169. Simulate An Advanced Muzzle Flash
In this tutorial well talk about the most realistic way (in my opinion) to go about making muzzle flashes for machine guns and pistols. Muzzle flashes, smoke, light simulation, slide action, and shells are all a must!

170. How To Keep Your Color Presets
Have you always wanted to create your own color presets? Now you can! Make your own complete library of easily adjustable color effects with this new tutorial. From levels to hue and saturation, you can now have full control over the complete look of your scene. Do you want the scene to be a rainy day or a warm summer? Lets take a look!

171. Chomp Out Your Own Pac Man Animation – Part 1
This 2 part tutorial is a simulated Pac Man animation as he navigates a maze and gobbles dots along the way with ghost chasers. The tutorial will include guidelines on building the components in Photoshop or Illustrator and then integrating them into AE to animate Pac Man. This is more of a design project that incorporates many of the foundational skills associated with AE; pre comps, transformations, layer masks, etc.

172. Chomp Out Your Own Pac Man Animation – Part 2
This 2 part tutorial is a simulated Pac Man animation as he navigates a maze and gobbles dots along the way with ghost chasers. The tutorial will include guidelines on building the components in Photoshop or Illustrator and then integrating them into AE to animate Pac Man. This is more of a design project that incorporates many of the foundational skills associated with AE; pre comps, transformations, layer masks, etc.

173. Put Out Realistic Candle Smoke
In this tutorial well be going into Tracode Particulars settings to generate a smoke like result that has a realistic movement wisping through the air. There are lots of Particular tutorials available, but this guy has some really practical uses.

174. Interlaced Footage Demystified
I decided to record this video, because I noticed that there are many After Effects artists who dont know how to deal with interlaced video to be delivered to television. Many of us treat the interlaced feature of the footage as something that has to be removed at once. Dont de interlace everything you get. When you deliver something to TV, you can benefit from interlacing.
In this tutorial I try to explain what interlacing really means, why the television works this way, and how we should deal with the interlaced nature of TV. Did you know that progressive footage may sometimes be rejected by the TV station? Why does your footage look a bit different on a TV set, even if it is progressive LCD or plasma? Why do TV shows look different than movies? Is this only because of the color correction? I try to answer those questions. Simple as that. Dont expect to see any fancy, exiting techniques. Just knowledge that may help you not to make little mistakes.

175. Dive Into A HUD Diver Mask Animation – Day 1
This 2 Part Tutorial aims to show various techniques used to create an imaginary hi tech divers mask, as seen from the divers viewpoint.In Day 1, I will show how to create the graphical elements that form the basis of all the in visor display systems. These will be done in Adobe Illustrator, but the same techniques can be used in After Effects.Then Ill show how I created the glass warping effects used to simulate a 3d glass wraparound visor, and also put some water droplets onto the outside of the glass.

176. Dive Into A HUD Diver Mask Animation – Day 2
This 2 Part Tutorial aims to show various techniques used to create an imaginary hi tech divers mask, as seen from the divers viewpoint.In Day 2, the bubbles caused by the diver breathing will be simulated and then the final task will be to bring in the graphical elements and treat them to look like light projections on the inside of the mask.The same effect was used on three variations of the same teaser advert, in May 2009, when the company I work for, Character Options, launched a brand new range of Military based action figures.Thanks also go to the team at Mark TV in Italy, who did an amazing job building the sets and shooting the commercials.

177. Use A Jello Jiggly Expression – Quick Tip
In this Quick Tip, Ewan is going to run you through inserting an expression to the properties of an object to give it a Jello like Wiggle. For other fun expressions check out MotionScript.com.

178. Extending Your Set With Cinema 4D
Aluminum frames abound! In this tutorial, well learn how to extend your background using a small portable green screen and a little help from Cinema 4D to create large virtual 3d buildings. This technique has endless options enjoy!

179. Fluidic Designs Using Particular
This tutorial is based on the Hyundai i45 tv commercial. The effect is rain falling in the shape of various designs, onto a vehichle. The tvc uses a real world rain rig with a computer driven water delivery system, however we will be showing you how to create the same effect using only After Effects and Particular.

180. An Inside Look At OpenGL Within After Effects
In this video were going to take a look on how important performance is. Well be talking about what OpenGL is and how the new graphics cards Quadro from Nvidia can increase our performance dramatically. For more information, check out Adobes Help Files.

181. Accessing Right To Left Languages Within After Effects
Right to left languages are widely used in After Effects, but traditionally these languages are not treated like text in After Effects. We have to instead covert them to vector graphics which limit many possibilities that are only possible with text layers. In this Quick Tip we will learn to enable languages and manipulate RTL text right within After Effects. This tutorial is for After Effects CS4 and the preview video for this tutorial is just to show the capabilities of RTL languages in After Effects. I will not be discussing how to achieve this effect.

182. Control A 3D Deck of Cards Like Magic
In this tutorial well be creating a Card deck that unfolds and a chosen card that rises up. Well be creating lots of expressions and i will show you an handy trick that will show another image on the front and backfacing of a layer.

183. Move Forward Using A Multi Limb Walk Cycle
Have you ever wanted to animate a spider or crab walk cycle? In this tutorial you will learn a very useful and simple technique that will help you animate a walk cycle for creatures with anywhere from 2 to 200 limbs.

184. Put Your Face Onto An Inanimate Object
There have been a lot of YouTube videos posted lately with faces superimposed onto objects like The Annoying Orange. Now you can learn how to put your face onto things an apple within After Effects. This tutorial will show you everything you need from tracking to creating the reflection. Have Fun!

185. Enter The Matrix Using Particular 2
I was recently asked to create the Matrix raining code effect, but the only help I could find was a 40 minute tutorial which was not very helpful, because it was layer based and very time consuming. After thinking about it, I thought, Why not do it in After Effects with Particular?. I gave it a few tries, and voila, it worked. After that I created this tutorial. I hope you enjoy it, and will learn something.

186. Formatting Your Videos for Triplewide Display
Triplewide content is a new form of presenting content in multiple venues, be it live performances or even in the church. Because of how new it is, many people arent quite sure what it is or how to format their content. This tutorial will explain what Triplewide Content actually is and how to format it for optimal playback. Enjoy!

187. Put Together a Slick Mustang Assembly
Today we will create a cool reconstruction of a Mustang in 3D space with lights and a camera movement. This tutorial will show you how to animate the layers and generate an attractive, dynamic result.

188. Program A Fallout 3 Pipboy Touch Screen – Day 1
In Day 1 well go over how to set up the shot to add a CG screen on a cell phone, GPS, or anything with a screen. It really looks cool when you do it on something portable though. Were making a pipboy so well go over how to mimick the pipboy look as far as style, color, and feel. So get ready to build build build!

189. Program A Fallout 3 Pipboy Touch Screen – Day 2
In Day 2 well finish up the building of the pipboy screens. Then well talk about how were going to transition between the first and second screen. Well animate and keyframe the layers. DONT FORGET MOTION BLUR!!! Once we finally build the 2 screens and animate them, well add some final detail to the screens like noise and grunge. And finally well motion track the screen onto our live action footage. Thanks for watching guys.

190. Focus On Making A Simulated Microscope Field of View
I created this Microscopes Field of View using 3 particle systems. The Base Layer is a water animation created using a fractal noise; the first level of particles is created using CC Particle World and its meant to look like quickly moving bubbles. The Second Level of particles is created using Particular with a custom designed sprite, and is meant to look like a microscopic organism. The Third Set of particles are also created using Particular, and are added to mimic more floating debris. Finally, an arrow indicator is added to accurately simulate a microscopes FOV.

191. Ignite A Sizzlin Hot Fire Burst
Have Fire? Have People? Have desire to be awesome? Learn to composite stock footage of various fire elements and have your friends burst into flames. In addition, learn to use the fire as a displacement map to create a unique Heat Haze effect from the fire.

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192. 5 Basic Ways To Populate Mass Groups Within After Effects – AE Basix
In this tutorial we look at 5 individual ways of duplicating crowds. These methods are:
* Simple Masking (garbage matting)
* Rotoscoping
* Difference Matting
* Chroma Keying
* Camera Technique

The tutorial explains each of the methods, the pros and cons, and goes in depth to show how to create the final preview using the difference matting technique. The last part also contains some general compositing techniques that can be applied to each method.

193. Create A Gas Giant Planet Scene In After Effects
In this tutorial you’ll learn how to create a Gas Giant planet, moons, sun and starfield totally in After Effects. This tutorial makes extensive use of Fractal Noise which can be used to create a whole host of visuals, and some expressions to link the light direction on the different elements we create.

194. Connect Your Scale Relative To The Camera’s Position
Relativity
Either of two theories developed by Albert Einstein…
The Special Theory of Relativity, which requires that the laws of physics shall be the same as seen by any two different observers in uniform relative motion, or The General Theory of Relativity, which considers observers with relative acceleration and leads to a theory of gravitation.

195. Convert Your Animations For Stereoscopic Viewing
In this tutorial, you’ll find everything you need to make a Stereoscopic 3D Video, I’ll explain how to make a 3D video with real camera footage or with 3D software (3Ds Max, Blender, Cinema 4D…)

196. Intro To Combustion For The After Effects User – AE Basix
This tutorial is basically for those who love After Effects and want to learn a different compositing software. Well rounded people are in demand nowadays who can handle more than one kind of software. We will be going over the most basic workflow of Autodesk Combustion. This tutorial is made specifically aimed toward those who are comfortable with AE so we’ll go back and forth between the two.

197. Overview Of The Foundry’s New “CameraTracker” Plug-in – Part 1
In the AE Part 1 of this 3 Part Series we will learn about The Foundry’s new CameraTracker, We’ll look at how it can be used to extract 3d data from shots, which can assist us in placing 3D assets into scenes. Additionally, we’ll cover how to use the AEtoC4D Script to export our 3D data to Cinema4D.

Overview of The Foundry’s New “CameraTracker” Plug-in – Part 2
The Foundry’s CameraTracker Giveaway! – Winners Announced

198. Use Music To Create A Particle Splash
Using the keyframe data generated from the audio waveform, we’ll be connecting our Particular emitter to create a splashy particle animation. Enjoy!

199. Intro To Fusion For The After Effects User – AE Basix
It may be true that After Effects is the more popular software for creating eye candies and blending CGI and reality. But it’s also true that different studios use other softwares for creating their works. This time we will take a look at node based software called Eyeon Fusion. In this first tutorial I’ll present Fusion’s workflow and some of its basic tools. You will learn how to import footage, connect nodes, set up their parameters and create some simple animations.

200. Introduction To Writing Scripts For AE – Expressions Day 1
This series of tutorials will get you closer to the world of variables and case-by-case analysis. The introduction to javascript will start with After Effects expressions and continue on to writing scripts that build an entire scene. Expressions and Scripts are used to automate values that would take a long time to keyframe or building scenes containing a lot of similar elements, with a few lines of code.

201. The Projector – Old School Movie Intro Walkthrough
In this tutorial we’ll combine basic shapes to make a camera silloutte in Photoshop before bringing it over to After Effects. We’ll learn how to directly select font layers in combination w/ the paths tool to create unique shadows and pick up on some short cuts here and there. We’ll also be, please don’t hate me, making a small sacrifice doing some folder organizing to better help control our creative chaos. But hey, I don’t think anyone truly enjoys losing track of files so lets try and put an end to most of that… This way we can get back to the more important things in life…. Have fun!

202. Play An Intense Game Of Human Pong
If you’re good at playing sport games on your computer but suck at sports in real life, this tutorial is just for you. You’ll learn how to combine 3D animation with live footage through 2d and 3d tracking. It’s time to bring back some life to the all time classic tennis game…. “PONG”!

203. How To Make Blinding Paparazzi Flashes
Have you ever see the masses of photographers at red carpet events and the hundreds of flashes going off when a star walks by? In this tutorial you can find out out to make bright Paparazzi Flashes in After Effects for use in a logo reveal. I will show you how to the flash element and use a particle system to create the appearance of flashes.

204. Make Your Own Smooth 3D Outlined Text Using Particles
In this tutorial you’ll learn how to create nice looking particle-generated 3D text. Instead of faking the 3D look, let Particular draw whatever shape or design you want in actual 3D space and bring your fancy titles to a new level!

205. Introduction To Writing Scripts For AE – Expressions Day 2
This is the second tutorial on the road to generating script files for After Effects. I read the comments from Part 1 stating that those are expressions, not actual javascripts. I figured, to learn what javascript does from scratch, you have to understand expressions first, because you can immediately see what the changes do. There will be one more tutorial on placing layers with expressions, then we’ll move on to actual scripts. In this tutorial you will learn how for-loops can help analyzing several frames in order to customize effects.

206. Rewind Your Animation Like An Old VHS Tape
Hit the rewind button and remember the days when VHS and Betamax ruled. In this tutorial from After Effects artist Jason Moore, you’ll learn how to use displacement maps, fractal noise and a few other effects to create a realistic old school rewind and pause effect. This effect is achieved using standard After Effects plugins; no third party plugins required.

207. A Handy Hassle-Free Stop Motion Look
This tutorial will show you how to fake the look of a low budget or homemade stop motion animation using 3dsmax and after effects. No plug-ins are needed.

208. Recreate Your Own “Tron” Title Opener – CG Part1
This tutorial explains how to make a Flying logo with “Tron Legacy” style, using Cinema 4D and After Effects.
In this first part we will make modeling and animation of the logo, will follow the second part in After Effects for realization of the scenario and final compositing with the tron neon motorcycles. Good Vision

209. Recreate Your Own “Tron” Title Opener – AE Part2
This second part of tutorial explains how to give our comps a realistic “Tron Legacy” style, using Photoshop. After, we’ll composite the 3d logo, scene, audio file and TRON neon motorcycles together inside After Effects.
Honey, for your eyes

210. Stay On Pulse Creating A Shape-Driven Electrocardiogram
You can find EKGs made with After Effects everywhere. The good thing about this one is that it just uses shape layers and mattes to create a realistic effect.
This tutorial will teach you how to create the basic shape of the line and how to make it appear over the screen.

211. A Funky Introduction To SoundKeys – Interface Overview – Part 1
This is the first of a three part tutorial on one of the most useful plug-in around when it comes to working with audio – “Sound Keys“.
In this part I will introduce you to the sound keys interface with and we will take a look at the very basic ways you can apply it to your work .

212. A Funky Introduction To SoundKeys – Putting It To Work – Part 2
This is the second of three parts tutorial on one of the most useful plug-ins around when it comes to working with audio – “Sound Keys“.
In this part I will introduce you to some more advanced uses of Sound Keys such as integrating it with other effects, time remap, and the ever popular lips sinking.

213. A Funky Introduction To SoundKeys – A Celebration Of Color – Part 3
In this third and last part of the three parts tutorial on Sound Keys, I will guide you step by step (more or less…) through the process of creating that Celebration of Color with Sound Keys, Particular and Form.

214. Splice Together A Quick Filmstrip Animation
Today we’ll be creating a filmstrip with a 3D perspective using basics features within After Effects and Photoshop. Whether you need a custom DVD menu back ground or need an intro before showing old archived footage, this is a simple and easy way to create a great look filmstrip effect.

215. Work On Developing Your Running “Form”
The effect we’ll try to remake is inspired by the motion graphics created for Pacha. (watch video). We’ll use the Trapcode Form plug-in and two source clips to create the shapes. The clips are just one example. I used two png sequence rendered in Curios Labs Poser. You can use all the footages you want.

216. Show Picasso What You’re Made Of With Soundkeys
part series Funky Introduction to Soundkeys, this tutorial will show you how to synchronize random graphics with audio. There are many tutorials around the web focusing on this similar effects, but this one is a bit more abstract. We’ll use a couple expressions, but nothing too complicated. Above all, I hope you enjoy it because that’s what its all about!

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217. Adding Elements To Your Film Footage ? AE Basix
Instead of starting from scratch when making a new motion piece I like to use filmed footage and add stuff onto it. I think it?s a great and fast way of learning new tools and presets in After Effects.

218. Introduction To Writing Scripts For AE ? jascript Part 3
In Part 3 of this series, we?ll be learning how the Adobe javascript Editor works and how to write a script that can be executed in After Effects. You will learn how to debug scripts and end up with just a few lines of code that will generate a cube that consists of 1.000 solids, a parent null object, a light and a camera.

219. Shake It Up With An Expression Earth Quake
In this tutorial I take a basic look at the various random number methods in After Effects expressions. I go on to use some of these techniques to build an earthquake effect that you can easily adjust with a series of sliders. The tutorial is aimed at intermediate After Effects users who have some experience with the program and are looking to learn more about the power of expressions.

220. Put Out An Eerie Blood Dripping Logo
Ever wanted to make inanimate objects bleed? No?? oh, hmm? nevermind then. Come on! Of course you have? and now you can! In this tutorial you will learn the basics of how to create a flowing trail of blood using Trapcode Particular. In addition, you will learn how to change and use this is in other situations. I will teach you how to create the basic setup in After Effects as well as how to achieve some of the examples, which you can then incorporate with other tutorials on this site, to motion track, create divergence or just to enhance it in your own unique way.

221. Make Some NOISE! Jumbotron Noise Meter ? Day 1
Have you ever been to a sporting event and seen a ?noise meter? appear on the big screen? Even though it is rarely ever an actual functioning noise meter, it always gets the crowd riled up. So let?s take it to the next level and really give them an animation to cheer for!
In this first part of this tutorial, we will create the noise meter, the housing, and create a realistic LED visualizer animation from scratch.
There are some tutorials out there that show you how to animate EQ bands. But most of them are far too complex and do not achieve a very desirable look. I will show you a simple way to create this animation without using any audio files to drive the animation, and without using overly-complicated expressions.
Let the destruction begin!

222. Make Some NOISE! Jumbotron Noise Meter ? Day 2
Have you ever been to a sporting event and seen a ?noise meter? appear on the big screen? Even though it is rarely ever an actual functioning noise meter, it always gets the crowd riled up. So let?s take it to the next level and really give them an animation to cheer for!
You can view Part 1 here. In this Part 2 of the tutorial, we will begin the destruction! We will focus mainly on creating the shattered glass effect, and finish off with some stock footage elements and camera shake.There are some tutorials out there that show you how to animate EQ bands. But most of them are far too complex and do not achieve a very desirable look. I will show you a simple way to create this animation without using any audio files to drive the animation, and without using overly-complicated expressions.Let the destruction begin!?

223. How To Create Never Ending Z-Depth In AE
Hey there, how about a real world solution to a problem? I recently had a brief where I had to have a camera traveling along a cracking road with lava filling the cracks with periodic lava spurts. Now this is very doable in a 3d package but I decided to try and do it in AE alone. This is what I came up with?.Now, this video had to last 4 mins, so traveling a camera along a path for 4 mins is just too much z space to work?. So using a few expressions and a recurring null i managed to create a base (which could be used for anything really) that continuously travels and by parenting objects to the traveling null we have the effect of objects moving toward the camera. This template works for many ideas?. maybe even a guitar hero animation.

224. 60 Wings Flaps At 60 Frames Per Second
In this tutorial we will discuss the proper use of the Key-light plug-in. Using time remapping, we will create the illusion of a hummingbird going from full speed to ultra slow motion (using a footage by Artbeats). a bit of Mesh Warp to gently move the branches.

225. Jump Into An Animated Freeze Frame Sequence
Today, were going to take a look at using expressions to simplify and speed up your workflow. We?ll be using an animated jump sequence to demonstrate the use of an ?If else statement?. We?ll start in Photoshop creating the sequence, and then jump into After Effects to create an animation?. which will be driven off of just one control layer, with the help of expressions. Let?s get started! ?

226. Capture The Moment With A Bullet Time Muzzle Flash
In today?s tutorial, we will be looking at a Bullet Time freeze effect that I created in After Effects. All the effects were done in AE, using 2D source files. I will give a brief overview on how I shot the footage, stabilized it, and optimized it for this effect.

227. Line Up A 3D Smiley Toy Packshot Display
Originally created for a broadcast commercial to showcase a range of Smiley plush characters, I decided to create a tutorial from it because there are many useful techniques I used to go from the original 2d jpegs to a 3d scene with depth, shadows, reflections and even a 3d product logo. As always in AE, there are many ways to achieve an effect?these are just the ones I chose to make this spot.

228. The Wonderful World Of Shapes In After Effects
This tutorial provides you with the fundamentals of shape layers and shape effects. We will have a closer look at the most important functionalities and develop some basic examples. The topics covered will give you a good start to realize and design your own projects using shape layers.

229. Introduction To Writing Scripts Day 4 ? Photo Wall
In Part 4 and Part 5 of this tutorial you will learn how to apply effects and expressions to existing layers using javascript. The result is designed to handle large numbers of pictures with a randomly created offset, so that they form a wall when the created slider is 0 and disperse in Z-space when increasing the slider value. The script will also have a user interface, so you can use it on any number of layers, without changing the source code.

230. Introduction To Writing Scripts Day 5 ? Photo Wall
In Part 4 and Part 5 of this tutorial you will learn how to apply effects and expressions to existing layers using javascript. The result is designed to handle large numbers of pictures with a randomly created offset, so that they form a wall when the created slider is 0 and disperse in Z-space when increasing the slider value. The script will also have a user interface, so you can use it on any number of layers, without changing the source code.

231. Track A Massive Planet Into Your Shot
In this tutorial we?ll go over basic motion tracking and how to composite a planet/stars in the sky. Basic color correction will be covered as well. To make your own planet visit solarvoyager.com. This technique can be used for any motion tracked spacey scene!

232. Engage In A Harry Potter ?Priori Incantatem? Duel ? Day 1
This is the first of a 3-part series on how to replicate the Priori Incantatem effect from the Harry Potter films. In this part, we will take a look at matchmoving our shot and using the data to create a 3D camera inside of After Effects, as well as starting to create the particle animation. Along the way, we?ll also go through a few quick tips on how to speed up workflow by using expressions to automate animation.

233. Engage In A Harry Potter ?Priori Incantatem? Duel ? Day 2
This is the second of a 3-part series on how to replicate the Priori Incantatem effect from the Harry Potter films. In this part, we will explore how lights work alongside Trapcode Particular to give us more control of the direction of the particles? motion. We will finish off the animation of our particle effects, and create the beams of magic squirting out the end of the wands.

234. Engage In A Harry Potter ?Priori Incantatem? Duel ? Day 3
This is the third of a 3-part series on how to replicate the Priori Incantatem effect from the Harry Potter films. Our final tutorial will take a look at making the effects fit into the shot. We will make our particles glow and give them a bit of color, as well as adjusting brightness, matching grain and adding heat distortion. There are a lot of possibilities for extending the effects in this shot, I encourage you to explore these ideas further and leave a link in the comments section below.

235. How to Create Explosive Flower Fireworks
Twice a month we revisit some of our reader?s favorite posts from back in the archives of Aetuts+. Today we?ll look at an amazing post from former Aetuts+ editor, Lloyd Alvarez. This was Lloyd?s first tutorial for Aetuts+ published in December 2008 and beautifully explains some more advanced ways to use Trapcode Particular. Let?s take a look?

236. Form An Attractive Energy Ball
In this tutorial we?re going to create a cool looking abstract energy ball using Trapcode Form. We?re going to take a look at layer maps and talk about why they are important. Another thing we?re going to cover are some workflow tips while working with such a heavy projects. Finally, we?ll discuss some color correcting techniques to make the whole project look better.

237. Unfold A Magical Pop Up Book Simulation ? Day 1
Every child loves the magical Pop Up book with every page turn bringing a new 3d scene to life. In this two part tutorial we?re gonna bust out some serious math to pull off this interaction between layers. Enjoy the tutorial? and if something pops out to you, let me know 🙂

238. Unfold A Magical Pop Up Book Simulation ? Day 2
On the second part of this two part tutorial, we focus on the pop up itself. Trigonometry and ellipse are on the menu where you?ll learn to unfold correctly the elements based on a minimal number of keyframes.

239. Rotoscoping Depth Mattes With CameraTracker
In this tutorial, we?re going to look at creating a 3D depth matte from Real footage. We?ll matchmove the footage with The Foundry?s plug-in CameraTracker, and create 3D layers that match the Footage to get a ?3D model? of the scene. Then you will learn what you can do with this depth matte after you create it; create realistic fog, fake DOF and a rotoscoped matte.

240. Pucker Up With A ?Rocky Horror? Lips Rig
Inspired by the opening sequence of one of my favorite cult movies of all times ? ?The Rocky Horror Picture Show?, I decided to share with you a great technique of recreating that effect. The original footage was a real person singing, so here I will give you a quick walkthrough to help you easily rig lips for a very precise lips sinking.

241. Enough Lower Thirds To Feed A Small Country
In today?s tutorial, we?ll create a quick lower third just using some masks and layer styles. We?ll then talk about how you can totally rock your workload with a handy little script found over on aescripts.com.

242. Create an Ethereal Morphing Letter Canvas
Twice a month we revisit some of our reader?s favorite posts from back in the archives of Aetuts+. Today we?ll look at an amazing post from Satya Meka. This was Satya?s first tutorial for Aetuts+ published in March 2009 and he?ll show how to generate an incredible result from a plug-in you would have never guessed. Let?s take a look?

243. Dealing With Spontaneous Particle Combustion
In this tutorial I will demonstrate how to build up a procedural dispersion effect using Trapcode Particular. This is great for burning off logo?s, text or even 3d renders. The color and motion of the effect can be changed easily as well as the wipe angle thanks to handy global wipe control we will construct. Enjoy!

244. Aetuts+ Hollywood Movie Title Series ? Prince of Persia
After reviewing your votes, Prince of Persia was the victor so here you go! This tutorial explains how to make a ?Prince of Persia? flying logo style, using Cinema 4D and After Effects. In Cinema 4D, we will model and animate of the logo, then will follow in After Effects, creating the realization of the clouds scene and final composition with effects. Enjoy! 😉

245. Grow From Young To Old In 2.5 Seconds
Have you ever wondered ?What can I do to stay young??? Well in this tutorial we are going to do the exact opposite ? we are going to rapidly age a young woman using a footage courtesy of hollywoodcamerawork.us. Hopefully it won?t take you THIS long to get through the tutorial. 🙂

246. Rewind Time With An Old VHS Tape Style
As a followup to this tutorial, today you?ll be able to relive the look of yesteryear with this retro animated logo tutorial. Inspired by intro and outro animations of the past, AE artist Jason Moore teaches techniques for creating a convincing analog logo reveal. Best of all, this tutorial only uses standard After effects Plug-ins.

247. QuickTip ? Fast And Easy Text Writing With Particular
In this tutorial I?ll explain the quickest technique for typing words with Particular. Its really handy and easy to setup and it will save you tons of time especially when you want to write a longer word or even a sentence.

248. Switch On This Casino Style Text Effect Tonight
Hey Guys! Are you feeling lucky?! In this tutorial we?re gonna show you how you can create a realistic, cool looking casino style text effect?. good luck! 🙂

249. How to Track Live Video to a Postcard
Twice a month we revisit some of our reader?s favorite posts from back in the archives of Aetuts+. Today we?ll look at a rockin? post from Mathias Mohl. This tutorial was originally published in Jan 2009? Enjoy!

250. Intro To Fusion For The After Effects User Part 2
Today we?ll follow to the Intro To Fusion Part 1 tutorial we posted a while back. We?re going to get into Fusion?s 3D world, particle system and simple animation with follower. Enjoy!

Intro To Fusion For The After Effects User Part 1
It may be true that After Effects is the more popular software for creating eye candies and blending CGI and reality. But it?s also true that different studios use other softwares for creating their works. This time we will take a look at node based software called Eyeon Fusion. In this first tutorial I?ll present Fusion?s workflow and some of its basic tools. You will learn how to import footage, connect nodes, set up their parameters and create some simple animations.

251. Tracking A Futuristic High Tech Floating Interface ? Day 1
I created this tutorial inspired from this music video? today, we?ll create a similar high tech floating interface tracked to a DVD disk. First, we?re going to take a quick look at tracking with mocha for After Effects. After that take an in depth look at shape layers and modifiers for them. Finally animate all the menus and add some color correction and lens flares to make everything look nice and futuristic.

Tracking A Futuristic High Tech Floating Interface ? Day 2
Today is the second part of this tutorial. We?ll create a similar high tech floating interface tracked to a DVD disk. First, we?re going to take a quick look at tracking with mocha for After Effects. After that take an in depth look at shape layers and modifiers for them. Finally animate all the menus and add some color correction and lens flares to make everything look nice and futuristic.
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252. Aetuts+ Hollywood Movie Title Series – Inception v1
Continuing our Aetuts+ Hollywood Movie Title Series, today’s tutorial will explain how to make the “Inception” flying logo style, using Cinema 4D 11.5 and After Effects. In Cinema, we’ll be modeling a maze logo, then using Mograph module (Cinema 4D 11.5 v.), we add the buildings inside of the labyrinth scene. We’ll follow in After Effects putting together the final composition.

253. Invent Your Own Custom Logo Transformation Template
In this tutorial I will show how to create a logo transformation template that can be re-purposed and features the ability to drop in any logo and have the effect and shadows update automatically… similar to something you might see on Videohive. Then, to finish off we will build a simple 3d environment plus some additional scene elements.

254. Get Tangled Up In Twisted Wire Text
In this tutorial I will demonstrate a very simple way to trace text and then recreate it using multiple Trapcode Particular layers wobbling and shivering in 3D space. A very simple technique which results in a stunning look that could easily be modified into roots, veins, or any number of other ideas.

255. Fallout 3 V.A.T.S Shot – Day 1 of 3
Today we’ll go over setting up our scene and preparing it for keyframe animation. We’ll begin to build the elements of the V.A.T.S effect such as the outlines, grids, and percentage boxes.

256. Fallout 3 V.A.T.S Shot – Day 2 of 3
Today we’ll finish up building the percentage boxes, and the last few elements needed to complete the scene. We’ll get into the early stages of keyframe animation, and talk about the best way to get the animation to match the video game.

257. Fallout 3 V.A.T.S Shot – Day 3 of 3
Today we’ll finish the keyframe animation and final details. Color correction will breifly be covered as well.

258. All Rotoscoping Wants Is A Little Stability
In this tutorial we will be taking some necessary steps to stabilize our footage so we can then rotoscope the dumpster out with ease. After we roto we’ll employ some arithmetic so we can reverse the stabilized matte, add AE’s built in motion blur, and composite our 3D text in the background. To do this we’ll be attaching our camera to a similar stabilized area to fake 3D motion tracking. So let’s get to it.

259. A Beautiful Ripple Using Form’s Audio React
In this tutorial we’re gonna show you how you can create an abstract audio reactant background with Trapcode Form and we will discover the advantages of Audio React.

260. Aetuts+ Hollywood Movie Title Series – Inception v2
In this tutorial we’ll explain how to make the “Inception V2? flying logo style, using Cinema 4D v12 and After Effects. First, we’ll be modeling a logo fracture with Mograph. Then we’ll follow in After Effects compositing everything together with effects. For Premium Members, I’ve included the version of the Inception Inline font, with letters to compose the Inception logo. Cheers!!

261. Polishing Treatment To Save For After Effects
In this tutorial we’ll go over the multitude of ways we can take our 3D renders from any program and spice them up in After Effects. If you’re like a lot of artists, you try to get your renders out of your 3D programs as quickly as possible. We’ll be looking at color correction, adding lights, film grain, and a bunch of other fun finishing touches.

262. Don’t Get Stranded In A Wicked Heat Wave
In this tutorial, we’ll discuss an easy method for adding heat type distortion to an image using particles to drive the displacement rather than the more common method of Fractal Noise. Throw on some shorts and some sunblock… it’s gonna get hot in here!

263. Let Your Logo Bleed Through Like An Ink Spill
Hey everyone! Today I’m gonna show you how you can create a cool looking basic ink bleed logo reveal. You can use this method for a photo, logo, text or just as a simple transition…. It’s up to you.

264. Create a Beautifully Animated Faux 3D Flower Scene
Twice a month we revisit some of our reader’s favorite posts from back in the archives of Aetuts+. Today we’ll look at a tutorial originally published in March 2009 by Tan Wei Yan. Enjoy!

265. Endlessly Zoom Into Your Own Droste Effect
In this Basix tutorial, we’ll learn how to create the Droste Effect in Adobe After Effects. We’ll be be parenting our footage to precomps and scaling to give the illusion of an infinite zoom.

266. Put Out A Flamethrower Lookin’ Fire Using Particular
I think everyone has tried to create a realistic, organic flame at some point. Today, without using any difficult simulation software like Realflow or Maya Fluids, we’ll cover how to make a hot flame in AE using only Trapcode Particular!

267. Link Sound To Animation For A Unique Result
Today’s tutorial will show you how to link sound to your animation to create a cool abstract animation. We’ll be using Shape Layers with animators as well as some simple expression linking to create the animation. Hopefully it “looks” as easy as it “sounds”.

268. Aetuts+ Hollywood Movie Title Series – 300
Continuing our Aetuts+ Hollywood Movie Title Series, today’s tutorial will explain how to make the “300” flying logo style, using only After Effects, with a little support from Photoshop and Trapcode Shine “This is SPARTA!!!!”

269. Zaxwerks 3D Serpentine: Unlocking the Full Potential – Day 1
In case you’re not familiar, Zaxwerks 3d Serpentine allows you to create awesome 3D path extrusions right inside After Effects. Zaxwerks agreed to provide us an amazing 40% off discount code with this set of tutorials. It’ll expire soon so use it while you can!

270. Zaxwerks 3D Serpentine: Unlocking the Full Potential – Day 2
In case you’re not familiar, Zaxwerks 3d Serpentine allows you to create awesome 3D path extrusions right inside After Effects. Zaxwerks agreed to provide us an amazing 40% off discount code with this set of tutorials. It’ll expire soon so use it while you can!

271. Super Stringy Hair-Like Logo Reveal
In today’s tutorial we’ll be creating a neat string / wipe / peel effect which can be applied to all different kinds of media. It will cover the basics of setting up Trapcode Form, and using alpha channels to control its effect… allowing you to discover some pretty cool effects which can be easily manipulated to create all kinds of craziness.

272. Enhance Your Workflow: Use “Create3DShapes” To… Create 3d Shapes
In today’s tutorial, we’re gonna put together a fun little quick logo animation using the Create3DShapes Script over on aescripts.com. I’ll run you through the basics of how to set up the scene with lights, reflection, and a wide-angle lensed camera to enhance the feel of your project.

273. Organic Liquid Embossed Logo Reveal
In this tutorial you will learn how to create a beautiful, organic logo in After Effects, without any use of external plug-ins. You will understand how to split a layer in hundreds of smaller parts and animate those layers using expressions and a small number of keyframes, which will help you in terms of render time during your work. I will show you how you can transform any composition or layer into a 3d extruded one and how to be able to control that extrusion using expressions. Also we’ll learn some tricks and tips, some keyboard shortcuts, and the importance of keeping things well organized along the way. I hope you will find my tutorial interesting and useful!

274. Color Correction In After Effects With Color Finesse – Day 1
This tutorial is broken into two parts. In this first part we’ll cover the basic knowledge of how to do color correction and how to navigate the Color Finesse UI from within After Effects. Tomorrow we’ll be doing a bit more of a hands on tutorial walk-through of correcting a series of HD and SD images.

275. Color Correction In After Effects With Color Finesse – Day 2
This tutorial is a continuation of yesterday’s where we covered the basic knowledge of how to do color correction and how to navigate the Color Finesse UI from within After Effects. Today we’ll be doing a bit more of a hands on tutorial walk-through of correcting a series of HD and SD images.

276. Making Your Color Scheme a Whole Lot Kuler!
This tutorial was originally posted in October 2009 and we thought we’d jump back into the archives here for “Color Grading Week” to take a look at this handy script from Mathias Mohl.

277. Tight Typography Tips #1 – “Background Check”
I think there was a moment in each of our lives when we discovered the almighty “vignette”… You can always tell when a person first learns the technique by going through their facebook albums… Yep, there it is, the weekend I first started “using” and “abusing”. I can’t tell you how many beginner typography projects I’ve seen where the creator just ads a vignette and expects everything to be ok… now.. I’m not bashing the vignette. In fact, I still use if for the vast majority of my animation projects… but the principle here is to be discreet, really, unnoticeable… unless you want it noticed, but the idea of this step is to have a complimentary background to help your text along.

278. Tight Typography Tips #2 – “Size Over Scale”
When you go to fit multiple words in place like a big puzzle, there is the immediate temptation to reach for that “S” key to adjust how big the word is compared to it’s neighbors. After Effects is smart and even if you scale up 700%, it’s still going to maintain smooth edges since it’s generated text and therefore still in it’s vector state… however, I still would encourage you to practice altering the size of the font rather then scale… By comparison your end result will be essentially identical, but depending on your plans for the text later, it’ll save you a headache if you start to animate with your scale at starting at 100% rather than 700%.

279. Tight Typography Tips #3 – “Give Me Some Space & Stay In Line”
At the end of the day, there are many aspects of animation (and all video production for that matter) that really can’t be entirely taught… good composition is one of those areas that CAN be learned, but requires God-given talent and a lot of practice to perfect.

280. Tight Typography Tips #4 – “Choose Your Next Move Wisely”
In the book “Creating Motion Graphics” by Chris and Trish Meyer, Chapter 14 talks about the camera and they say it’s generally a good idea to animate your subject or animate your camera, but if possible, not both. This just helps you keep your sanity as the composition progresses and the movement gets more complex. The more values you have keyframed, the harder it’s gonna be to go back and altering things later.

281. Tight Typography Tips #5 – “I Like The Way You Move”
One of the biggest elements that will bump your animation from amateur to amazing is the movement. This is the ultimate yet simplest test of your abilities in the field of animation… how well you animate. We always know when we see a polished, professional piece. The goal is for your animations to feel natural and not be overly noticeable or distracting. I often refer to our Premium Tutorial about the “12 Basic Principles of Animation” as it has been quiet influential in my growth as an artist. I actually went out and bought the book this originated from just so I’d have my own copy.

282. Tight Typography Tips #6 – “Stay Consistent”
Personally, this is probably the most difficult tip for me to follow. I always start the project and begin formulating a style and theme, then as creativity takes over and I continue to experiment with what else I could include or “Oh, what would that look like…”, I find myself going down a creative rabbit trail. Next thing you know the project is done, but it looks like four different artists played “Tag, You’re up now!” with my comp. By this I mean that my last five seconds look nothing like my first five seconds.

283. Tight Typography Tips #7 – “Get Ready… Preset… Go!”
There is this idea that if you’re a true artist, you have to create everything from scratch… I think this is an over compensation for not wanting to be one of those guys who has Video Copilot projects filling up their demo reels… Truth is, it’s totally fine to use stock footage, tutorial concepts, and animation presets…. just make sure those things are swimming in a pool of your own original content and you’ll be fine.

284. Tight Typography Tips #8 – “Let’s Get Graphical… Graphical”
Like I said at the beginning of the week, every project is different so this tip will look very different for each project, and each person. Try to use more then just words if you can. This will stretch your creativity and may even require you to seek some outside help in creating elements, but will be worth it in the end. Look for words that have implied attributes or characteristics. These sort of words let you have fun and add little elements to help convey their meaning.

285. Tight Typography Tips #9 – “Breakin’ Up Is Hard To Do”
One little concept that many people overlook is that words with multiple syllables look better when they appear by syllable. I use the same technique almost every time to do this. Let’s take a look…

286. Tight Typography Tips #10 – “Livin’ In Style”
I’m not that great of a graphic designer, but I have some friends who are… sometimes this can be intimidating cause it’s hard to know what looks good and more importantly what looks really bad. After all your characters are in place, it’s not always easy to decide if your words “needs a little something”.

287. Create A Generative Identity Using Plexus
In this tutorial Satya Meka will walk through how to create a generative style text reveal using Plexus in After Effects. Enjoy!

288. Aetuts+ Hollywood Movie Title Series – Skyline
Continuing our Aetuts+ Hollywood Movie Title Series, today’s tutorial will explain how to make the “Skyline” flying logo style, using Cinema 4d, After Effects, Trapcode Form, Trapcode Shine, and Trapcode Starglow. “Don’t watch the light!”

289. Windows “Copy & Paste” Dialogue Box Recreation – Day 1
In this tutorial we are going to learn how to recreate a Windows 7 copying dialogue box completely inside After Effects using only build in tools. There are a lot of nifty little tricks we can do in AE without using 3rd party plug-ins to get a pretty impressive “Copy & Paste” of the real thing.

290. Windows “Copy & Paste” Dialogue Box Recreation – Day 2
In this tutorial we are going to learn how to recreate a Windows 7 copying dialogue box completely inside After Effects using only build in tools. There are a lot of nifty little tricks we can do in AE without using 3rd party plug-ins to get a pretty impressive “Copy & Paste” of the real thing.

291. “Breath Of Life” Series – Day 1
This series takes you through the creative process of creating animation. From the initial sketch, to final animation. In this installment I’ll be creating character artwork in illustrator, taking you through how we design for animation, then preparing the artwork for import to After Effects.

292. “Breath Of Life” Series – Day 2
This is the second part of a series to take you through the creative process of creating animation. From the initial sketch, to final animation.

293. “Breath Of Life” Series – Day 3
In this tutorial I’ll be starting the animation process, beginning with the character walk cycle. I’ll be showing you how to use the puppet tool with the character artwork, and guiding you through understanding the key principles of the walk cycle.

294. “Breath Of Life” Series – Day 4
In this 4th installment I’ll be looking at some of the more advanced animation techniques in After Effects. I’ll show you how to create a looping walk cycle; a useful trick to save you time and hassle, and also how to work with 3D layers and animating Masks.

295. “Breath Of Life” Series – Day 5
In this final part in the series, we’ll make the finishing touches to our animation whilst covering some of the more technical aspects of animating in After Effects. I’ll cover using the Camera Layer, creating and using Adjustment layers and animating logo text, along with a great new Expression.

296. Illuminate A Lovely Logo Light Reveal
Hey guys! In this tutorial we’re gonna show you how you can create a cool logo or text reveal with Trapcode Particular. This effect has endless possibilities, so I hope you enjoy the enjoy!

297. Aetuts+ Hollywood Movie Title Series – Jonah Hex
Continuing our Aetuts+ Hollywood Movie Title Series, today’s tutorial will explain how to make the Jonah Hex – style flying logo. In this tutorial using Cinema 4D, we will model and animate the logo. Then in After Effects, by using presets and expressions, we’ll insert sparks, explosions, dust, fire and much more.

298. Gnarly Numeric Logo Reveal
Hello everyone! Today We’re gonna create a really nice number transition with Trapcode Form. This effects is quite cool because you can easily modify or change the characters to words, symbols, or shape layers..It’s up to you!

299. Use Echo To Create A Motion Trail
In today’s Quick Tip I’m going to talk about how I created the intro animation for the 10 Tight Tips To Turn Out Terrific Typography series. We’ll look at layer styles first then move into the how to use the Echo plug-in to create a nice fading motion trail for your text.

300. 3D Product Box Display Animation – Day 1
In this 2-part tutorial we are going to learn a quick and easy way to create 3D boxes and cubes inside after effects. Then we are going to take a look at some smart techniques for lightning the scene as well as cool ideas how to link the lights to the object so it always stay perfectly lit. Tomorrow we’re going to take a look at creating a simple yet powerful camera rig and animate a couple of nice camera moves to create something like a product box promo.

301. 3D Product Box Display Animation – Day 2
In this 2-part tutorial we learned a quick and easy way to create 3D boxes and cubes inside after effects. Then we took a look at some smart techniques for lightning the scene as well as cool ideas how to link the lights to the object so it always stay perfectly lit. Today we’re going to take a look at creating a simple yet powerful camera rig and animate a couple of nice camera moves to create something like a product box promo.

302. How To Create A Timewarped Logo Reveal
In this tutorial we will only use built in AE plug-ins to achieve the final effect. We will learn how to divide a layer into numerous parts and then how to control the geometric aspects of those parts using the advanced features of Card Dance along with the Ease and Wizz script. We will use Timewarp to achieve slow-motion and we’ll also experiment with CC Vector Blur combined with several other effects to achieve a cool looking background.

303. How To Blow The Face Off A Zombie Pirate
Today’s tutorial will show you how to create a zombie headshot. We’ll start by first rotoscoping out the head using his makeup line as a guide. From there we’ll add some stock footage of a decapitated head to create the illusion of a hollow skull. Lastly, we’ll use blood stock footage to mask the transition to the headless result.

304. Soul Molecule Transitional Wipe
Hello everyone! Today We’re gonna create a really nice title opening with Trapcode Particular. Few days ago I saw this great promo by this talented gentleman named InlifeThrill and I thought this could be awesome as a tutorial so I tried to create a similar animation from scratch.This time we won’t use Optical flares but you can improve this effect with your own lens flare plugins or you can purchase the animation by InlifeThrill. Let’s get started!

305. Make An Awesome Retro Video Game Title
In this tutorial we will create an “awesome” 80?s title opener. This is created entirely within after effects with no external effects! We look at animating text with per-character 3D, the Radio Waves effect, creating interesting evolving backgrounds and advanced color correction techniques.

307. Shoot Off A 3D Plexus Particle Stream
The tutorial is on how to create a “pseudo” particle stream using Plexus. I say pseudo because it’s not really a particle stream, it just appears as one. The tools involved are Cinema 4d and After Effects with these 3rd party plugins: Plexus, Trapcode Particular and VCP Optical Flares although Particular and Optical Flares could be substituted with Particle World and any lens flare but I used particular and optical flares in the tut.

308. Capture A Digital Satellite Government Surveillance Shot
Today’s tutorial is stocked full of all sorts of handy quick helpers as we talk about how to pull off a shot similar to the satellite perspective shot from the movie The Crazies. We’re going to talk about how to capture the best “satellite” looking images and finish by creating a digital style treatment…. Don’t look up!

309. Aetuts+ Hollywood Movie Title Series – Legend Of The Guardians
Continuing our Aetuts+ Hollywood Movie Title Series, today’s tutorial will explain how to make the “Legend of the Guardians” flying logo style. In this tutorial using Cinema 4d, we will model beveled text and animate of the logo. Then in After Effects, we’ll complete our project with clouds, a lens flare, particles, and our final composite. Enjoy!

310. Design Your Own Broadcast Lower Thirds
In this tutorial we are going to focus mostly on the simple built in tools in After Effects to create a nice broadcast looking lower third design. You are going to see how can create awesome designs using masks, gradients, shadows and bevels and more.

311. Elemental Combat Series: Electric Hands
Use the “Advanced Lightning” effect to composite some electric arcs in your hand. Then using a blur to make the lightning glow, we’ll add some light to the scene and use an expression to have the light flicker.

 

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