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Film Burn Preset

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Film Burn is an Animation Preset that automatically creates the overexposed "roll-out" effect, where the tail (and the head if you want) of a clip flickers into overexposure. By Stu Maschwitz
After Effects CS3
Transitions
Presets (ffx)

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posted by MicGyver on Oct 14, 2009

Shutter Streak

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After Effects CS3
Lights
Presets (ffx)

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posted by Dan Johansson on Jul 27, 2009

Red Giant TV: Episode 02: Binary Transition Part 2

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In this Episode, Aharon shows you how to improve on and finish the binary transition project by working with Time Remapping and Camera animation. Plus, see how Magic Bullet Looks and Trapcode Shine help add the finishing touches.
By Aharon Rabinowitz
After Effects 7 Pro
Transitions
Video-/Tutorials

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posted by vfx007 on Dec 21, 2008

Super tight garbage mattes

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A quick tip on creating "super tight" garbage mattes to aid keying.
After Effects CS3
Keying
Video-/Tutorials

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posted by MaxX on Dec 26, 2009

Bullet-Riddled Text...

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Learn how to animate the creation of bullet holes which conform to specific shaped masks. You will learn how use Particular to drive the creation of the bullet holes.Then we add some light shafts coming from the bullet holes, for some added realism.
After Effects CS4
Particles
Video-/Tutorials

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posted by Dave Scotland on Aug 20, 2009

3D lens flare follows light

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A practical application of a layer space transform.
Not very new, but still very useful.
by Dan Ebberts's resource for After Effects scripting and expressions
After Effects 7 Pro
Lights
Expressions

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posted by MaxX on Apr 19, 2009

3D Particle Orientation in Trapcode Particular

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Motion designer Harry Frank demonstrates how to get around the particle orientation limitation in Trapcode Particular wherein particles always face the camera.
After Effects 7
Particles
Video-/Tutorials

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posted by peter17 on Mar 29, 2009


 

 

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