After Effects Tutorial: 3D Earth Particles



Here’s an after effects tutorial on how to create an epic particle ‘Animation’ in After Effects with the use of Trapcode Particular Plugin.


Hey, guys if you guys love creating 3D Particles Animations then this tutorial is perfect for you in this After Effects Tutorial, you will learn how to create 3D Earth Particles using a third party plugin Trapcode Form with very cool techniques it's gonna be a really helpful tutorial


Like always this after effects tutorial is available on YouTube with free access, detailed, simple and easy to follow up guidance.



Project Files:


The downloadable project file of this motion graphics tutorial can be accessed using the link below.


Earth Png Images


Download the file and watch the video to learn how to make changes as per your needs accordingly.


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Q. What is a ‘3D camera tracker effect’ in After Effects?


The 3D camera tracker effect analyzes video sequences to extract camera motion and 3D scene data. The 3D camera motion allows you to correctly composite 3D elements over your 2D footage.


Like the Warp Stabilizer, the 3D camera tracker effect performs analysis using a background process. Feel free to adjust settings or work on a different part of your project while analysis is taking place.

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You can check out more After Effects Tutorials on Particle Animation on our YouTube Channel.



Q. What are ‘Null Objects’ in After Effects?


To assign a parent layer, but keep that layer from being a visible element in your project, a null object is used. A null object is an invisible layer that has all the properties of a visible layer so that it can be a parent to any layer in the composition. Adjust and animate a null object as you would any other layer. You use the same commands to modify settings for a null object that you use for a solid-color layer (Layer > Solid Settings).


A composition can contain any number of null objects. A null object is visible only in the Composition and Layer panels and appears in the Composition panel as a rectangular outline with layer handles. Effects are not visible on null objects.

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Q. What are ‘Plugins’ for After Effects?


The simple explanation of plugins is that they basically are software additions that allow a certain level of customisation in the program to unleash its functionality and to make certain things simpler.


After Effects comes with a large sum of pre-installed plugins for various visual effects.


But sometimes they seem no to be much so After Effects also provide the functionality to install plugin generated by third-parties. Third-party simply means that someone other than Adobe created the plugin, and you can install and use it with After Effects. You can get those third-party plugins for free sometimes but they mostly are paid, since they are created with a lot of time and efforts so that you can save yours.

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