Expressions help you a long way, when you want to avoid creating tens or hundreds of keyframes by hand. You can create relationships between layer properties and use one propertyâ€™s key frames to dynamically animate other layers.
Check out this post on important articles and tutorials on Adobe After Effects Expressions and widen your knowledge.
In this After Effects tutorial author will combine the ExpressionTimeline with the new plugin Plexus to create an impressive title animation. In addition author will show you a useful expression to loop the keyframes of a property.
This After Effects tutorial shows how to use the ExpressionTimeline. Author consider three different ways create typo animations based on expressions. Transitioning from one expression to the next one smoothly is very easy with the ExpressionTimeline.
Author shows you expression features that apply all the way from After Effects 5 to today. He combines his experience as “an average expressions user” with tips and shortcuts for many core features that every AE user will be able to start using today.
This tutorial will show you some basic principles when using expressions in After Effects. These include using the pick whip and some simple things you need to think of when referencing elements and converting numerical values.
Sometimes there is a need to have a series of layers follow a “lead” layer with a time delay. You’ve probably seen those web pages where the cursor leaves a “mouse trail” – a string of copies of the cursor image that follow behind, each with less opacity than the copy before.
Some pages designed to teach a few topics in geometry relevant to expressions in After Effects. This section focuses more on math than on syntax, and assumes that you’re familiar with the basics of creating and using expressions.
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