Mikey Borup takes a look at the basics of After Effects and shows how you can use this program to create an animation. He goes over some common ways that people do so, including animating still images without any video footage or other media beforehand as well as adding motion blur effects which are typically used for videos with moving subjects because they make things seem less rigid than if there was no movement whatsoever–just like real life!
Creating moving still in After effects is pretty simple, with these four methods you can achieve the perfect motion for your video!
The first way to create a seamless animation without using too much time or effort on post production. To do this just use continuous playback while editing keyframes which will allow smooth transitions between one scene and another without any jerkiness during movement at all.- 1) Create Keyframe Animation- 2) Add Loop Matches Shot Counter
Mike breaks down the process of using After Effects’ puppet pin tool, showing how to create separate layers in 3D space and finally use Photoshop’s vanishing point with it.