If you’re looking to spice your video up and draw your viewers in quick post-production annotations can help. This short video (3:47) walks you through the basics of using vector paint to create animated annotations in After Effects. Enjoy! Continue reading
I highly recommend you check out a much more recent tutorial I did that illustrates how to use After Effects’ built-in 3d spotlights.
Sometimes you really just want to emphasize a particular area in a screencast which means if you’re like me its time to dust off your favorite compositor (After Effects in my case) and add a little visual magic. This short screencast (2:40) gives you a leg up if you’re chasing this technique. Continue reading
Turns out that After Effects will generate markers automatically based on XMP, but you must toggle this feature on in your global preferences.
This would allow you to import a Premiere Pro file with speech-to-text transcription and get markers automatically generated.