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After Effects Tutorial – Basic Typography & Motion Graphics



This is a basic tutorial in After Effects designed for beginners. Learn how to create text, animate it, and then add a cool look using masks and shadows in Adobe After Effects.

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32 comments
  1. Great way of explaining. I thought I was finding my way in AE already, but you gave me amazing insights. Most appreciated. Keep up the work. Regards from Amsterdam

  2. if you cant see ‘Mode” to find “Multiply” you can use “ Toggle switches/Mode’ to find the mode But you cant see even though you have done then you should go to composition setting > 3D renderer and change to Classic 3D

  3. I wouldn't really go for something like that. I'm at a decent level with AE, but first of all, I always lock in my background that I'm going to use in my lyrics video (I don't remember the reason, I just know that I have to do so, cuz' if you don't, well, you'll move it around and around). Second, I'll go for a picture for my background, I never liked to create my own or to see one like that (I mean, I'd have to be on a god damn good level to create my own background, and I'm not). I didn't quite learn anything new, even though maybe for the beginners it would help, but that's just not a style I'd approach.

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