Here’s an after effects tutorial on how to create an elegant ‘Logo Animation’ in After Effects without using any plugins.
This tutorial will also cover several other topics of After Effects like, how to create Elegant, Simple, Beautiful, Stylish, & Modern logo reveals along with Album Slideshow reveal.
Like always this after effects tutorial is available on YouTube with free access, detailed, simple and easy to follow up guidance.
This motion graphics tutorial is inspired by this ‘Videohive Template’.
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Q. What is a ‘Logo Animation’?
A kind of some design or symbol that reflects or represents a brand, organisation, product, event or anything like that is known as logo. The animation of such logo to grab the attention of the viewers to promote the brand is Logo Animation.
The main motive of an animated logo is to make a more memorable image in the viewer’s mind to create brand awareness.
The perfect brand strategy consists not only the design and colour of a logo but it also includes certain motion and sound to make it stand out in the crowd.
You can check out more After Effects Tutorials on Logo Animation on our YouTube Channel.
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 ‘Masking’ in After Effects?
A path or outline that is used to modify layer effects and properties in After Effects is a mask. Segments and Vertices are what a mask consists and the most common use of masking is to modify a layer’s alpha channel.
In general, a mask belongs to a specific layer and each layer is capable of containing more than one mask.
A mask can be drawn in any common geometric shapes and can also be made using the pen tool.
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