Wednesday Aug 28, 2019

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After Effects Tutorial:

How to Create

an Infinite Loopable Background

In this video tutorial, learn how you can create an infinite loopable animation in Adobe After Effects in three easy…
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By Logan Baker
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In this video tutorial, learn how you can create an infinite loopable animation in Adobe after effects in three easy steps. The method is as simple as creating a shape layer and then playing with the Offset and adding a Trim Path. Let hop in! Playing with the OffsetThe lower you set the scale, the more space will be between the shapes you have chosen.

Then you are going to start pushing forward through your shape, so go to Offset and set a key frame at the beginning of the animation. Next, move forward about 1-2 seconds on your timeline and reduce the start percentage back down to 0 percent. Also, do not forget to Easy Ease those two keyframes as the Trim Path needs to have smooth exits and entries. In Josh tutorial, he adds a particle/dust overlay that gives the animation a science….

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