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First Steps with Expressions (Expressions Tutorial 1)

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.

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Elastic Animations with Expressions

This tutorial gives an overview over the elastic expressions of the iExpressions Physics Bundle.
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IK Arm (with 2 or 3 Segments) Expression

This iExpression allows to animate an entire arm by just specifying the point where the hand should be - the expression calculates the rotation of all arm segments accordingly (using Inverse Kinematics, IK). You tell where the arm should move - the expression knows how.

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Link Puppet Pin To Layer Expression

This expression links a pin from the puppet tool to a layer.

The pin automatically follows all the animation of the layer. The layer may also have parents.

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iExpressions Christmas Special 2013 - Part 1: IK expressions

Welcome to the iExpressions Christmas Special 2013!

On each Sunday in December, we are going to add some new After Effects expressions to the iExpressions library - and all of them as a free update.

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Elastic Connection Expression

With this iExpression you can connect a property to another one in an elastic way. This is like a linking expression, but the property follows the linked property not directly, but in a delayed, elastic way.

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Elastic Keyframes Expression

With this iExpression you can connect a property to its own keyframes in an elastic way, as if the property would be connected to its keyframes by a rubber band.

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Start your day with After Effects

In this tutorial we create some animation based on iExpressions physics Simulations. In particular, you learn
  • how to use Physics Simulation iExpressions in a shot with a moving camera.
  • how to add a realistic shadow to a layer animated with Physics iExpressions.
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