In this class we use everything we learned in the previous classes for a hands-on example:
We develop an expression to rotate the wheels of a car automatically.
It works such that you only need to keyframe the position of the car and the expression calculates how the wheels
This class gives you a systematic overview of the basics of the expressions language in After Effects.
You learn how to do basic math and how to use variables to access almost everything in your project.
In the new After Effects CC 15.1 you can now import json and jsx files to use directly in expressions. So instead of copying and pasting your expressions code again and again, you can keep your functions in one, central location now and access them easily from any expression.
This is the first part of a tutorial series that will take your knowledge about After Effects expressions to the next level. We start with the very basics and then get step by step to more advanced topics.
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