Angle Control

Guest hostย Maltaannon explains techniques for using the After Effects Angle Control effect with basic expressions

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  1. James Wicks
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    Thanks for the tip!
    Good stuff.

    J

    • John Dickinson
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      You’re welcome Jim, hope you’re not working too hard ๐Ÿ˜‰

  2. Navarro Parker
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    Keep those tips coming!

    But FLV — really? How about some Quicktime or HTML 5 love?

    • John Dickinson
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      Hey Navarro, I’m switching to flv for use with JWPlayer. The movies are still encoded the same way as before so try right clicking to download and change the extension to .mov.

  3. illd
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    Nice little effect and tutorial. Somehow I am not surprised that Maltaannon chose an expression controller to explain ๐Ÿ˜‰

  4. inerxia
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    Every tutorial from maltaannon is like: What? I can do that with AE?!
    Thanks.

  5. A3
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    Great Tip, After Effects is full with stuff to discover, and thanks to people like Maltaannon who share their knowledge we can learn more and more!

    • John Dickinson
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      Hi A3, yes, even the best of us can still discover things in AE.

  6. daniel
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    nice tutorial thank you John

    • John Dickinson
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      You’re welcome daniel. Best wishes, John.

  7. pakku
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    very nice tutorial…thank you john
    can i know…what type of software u use to show the keyboard stroke on your tutorial…it’s look very cool

    • John Dickinson
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      Hi Pakku, I’m using an OSX application named Screenflow. It has an option to display keys pressed on the keyboard. Best wishes, John.

      • pakku
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        thanks john

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