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iExpressions

Walk Cycles with DuiK just got so much easier!

We just published an iExpressions update that adds full DuiK support for our automatic walk cycles. With the new version, not only the position of feet and hands, but also DuiK's heel raising controller is animated fully automatically by our procedural walk cycles. Making DuiK characters walk has never been that easy!

The new iExpressions library is a free update for all iExpressions V2 customers.

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Automatic Walk Cycles in Ae with DuiK and iExpressions

In this tutorial, Ben Pohl shows you how to use the automatic, procedural walk cycles of iExpressions with an After Effects character rigged with DuiK.

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Making Keyframes Loop Seamlessly in After Effects

Background Story

Victoria Nece, the product manager for Adobe After Effects, is the one person who knows best which new tools are request the most. And from time to time she shares such insights with us and other developers to guide and inspire

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iExpressions in current issue of Digital Production Magazine

During the preparation of the Animago Conference the team from the Digital Production approached Mathias to ask whether he wants to write some articles for their German magazine.

As a result, the current issue includes two articles written by Mathias. One about our iExpressions V2 and another one about the amazing Templater by Dataclay.

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iExpressions V2 available now!

New Features

iExpressions V2 comes with a new user interface that fits nicely to the new design of After Effects CC and automatically adjusts to your brightness settings. The new release also contains various new expressions such that the library now includes more than 125 expressions in total.

Check out our new training videos to see the new expressions in action.

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How to create a countdown text that changes at each marker?

This was a question we got from a customer. With iExpressions, the answer is surprisingly easy:

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Science Fiction User Interface with iExpressions

Chapters

  1. Less is more (at 0:09)
  2. SciFi UI - Random Numbers Pattern (at 4:59)
  3. SciFi UI - Cyclic Grid Element (at 15:13)
  4. SciFi UI - Inverse Kinematics and moving dots (at 19:58)

Preview

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Automatic Christmas Cards

In this workflow tutorial you learn how to automatically create many custom variants of an After Effects project - just the right thing if you want to create personalized animated greeting cards for all of your friends.
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