Favorite Expressions I realize that expressions can be daunting, and some would rather copy and past useful code rather than learn the language. That’s cool with me. Therefore, I’d like to share with you my top 5 after effects expressions. These are expressions I use in just about every project, and I consider them to be incredible workflow enhancements. Download My Top 5 After Effects Expressions as FFX presets here. 1.
The 9 Best Places to Find Motion Design Inspiration Motion design isn’t just about After Effects and Cinema 4D — it’s also about finding inspiration and inspiring others. Let’s gun the creative engines with a tour of nine websites where you can find motion design inspiration. Be sure to bookmark these sites and check in frequently! 1. Art of the Title After Effects expressions library From Mographwiki.net For general information and resources about expressions, go to the After Effects expressions page. One-sided layers Apply this expression to the opacity attribute and it'll disappear whenever it's flipped away from the camera.
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Create Swinging Banner In After Effects - After Effects I’ve seen an effect recently in a few different places that simulates a series of connected cards swinging down and coming to a rest in a very natural way. I went about seeing if I could figure out how this was done. After a few searches on Google I found Dan Ebbert's (the guru of expressions) Pendulum expression. This expression is perfect for this effect as it simulates the exponential decay of a swinging object.
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After Effects Expressions – Tables, names, strings etc. 1. One-sided layers. Peder Norrby on Vimeo Upload User Stats Profile Images User Bio Creator of the Trapcode plugs.twitter.com/trapcode_lab External Links Toolfarm: After Effects Expression Debugging Techniques By Michele Yamazaki on Feb 11, 2014 at 12:00 AM It’s Tutorial Tuesday! Today we’re putting one new tutorial on our blog at the top of each hour for the next 24 hours. Here’s tutorial 4 of 24 and it’s a good one! After Effects Expression examples Dan Ebberts provides example expressions and tutorials for learning how to work with expressions on his MotionScript website. For example, Dan provides an excellent page about collision detection. Trish and Chris Meyer provide a series of articles about expressions on the ProVideo Coalition website. These articles contain many useful examples. Colin Braley provides a tutorial and example project on his website that show how to use expressions to make one layer repel others in a natural-seeming manner.
After Effects expressions — Simon Bronson [ Open All | Close All ] 1] Numbers: Add a slider and name to 'Value' places = 3; //number of decimal places desired val = effect("Value")("Slider"); //sub in the name of your slider here factor = Math.pow(0.1, places) ; sign = ""; if (val < 0) sign = "-"; val = Math.abs(val); whole = Math.floor(val); fraction = "" + Math.round((val - whole)/factor)*factor; for (fraction; fraction.length < places+2; fraction+="0"); sign + whole + "." + fraction.substring(2, places+2).
Where to Find the Best Explosion Elements There’s no need to blow up your backyard! These explosion elements can be dragged into any video project to create a realistic VFX sequence. Let’s take a look at a few of the best places to find explosion elements and discuss how to integrate them into your work. 1.