Here’s an after effects tutorial on how to create, Drone Animation ‘Slideshow’ in After Effects without using any plugins.
This tutorial will also cover several other topics of After Effects like, what are speed graphs and some variety of animations like Slideshow & Drones.
This after-effects tutorial is very simple so if you are a beginner in motion graphics this will help you explore certain aspects of After Effects.
Like always this after effects tutorial is available on YouTube with free access, detailed, simple and easy to follow up guidance.
The downloadable files of this motion graphics tutorial can be accessed using the link below.
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Q. What are ‘Drone Animations’?
Drones are the little remote-controlled UAVs that you might have seen at various events as it’s getting a lot more popular these days among the photographers and cinematographers.
The video that its camera shoots from the sky is just fantabulous. No one can resist a look at those mystical shoots. Now, Drone animation is basically the name of the transitions or camera movements that we can perform while shooting from the drone itself.
But in case you are not familiar with those techniques you can also do the same in post-production using after effects. And here in this tutorial, we have shown the exact same procedure.
Q. What are ‘Slideshows’?
When we create a presentation with a series of still images in some kind of pre-arranged sequence or using a certain type of animation to display the same, it is known as slideshows.
Slideshows can be created with any basic editing software or even with Microsoft’s PowerPoint office tool. But in order to make the still images come to life and to make them more appealing, you can use After Effects and our templates to create some amazing slideshow animations.
Q. What is ‘Speed Graph’ in After Effects?
You can fine-tune changes over time using the speed graph in the Graph Editor. The speed graph provides information about and control of the value and rate of change for all spatial and temporal values at any frame in a composition.
In the speed graph, changes in the graph height indicate changes in speed. Level values indicate constant speed; higher values indicate increased speed.
By adjusting the rise and fall of the speed graph, you can control how quickly or slowly a value changes from keyframe to keyframe. You can control the values approaching and leaving a keyframe together, or you can control each value separately. The incoming handle increases the speed or velocity when you drag it up and decreases the speed or velocity when you drag it down. The outgoing handle influences the next keyframe in the same way. You can also control the influence on speed by dragging the handles left or right.
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