HOW TO ADD OTHER ANIMATIONS TO THE TEXT

HOW TO ADD OTHER ANIMATIONS TO THE TEXT 02 After Effects EN
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Hello everyone!

I’m Ayana, a Vtuber!

Today, I will explain how to add other animations to the text !

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AYANA

Let’s begin!

Let’s start!

First, use the Animate of Opacity property to make the text move one character at a time from the left to the right side!

【No.06-06】【After Effects】[Beginner] HOW TO ADD OTHER ANIMATIONS TO THE TEXT

Use Opacity to display one character at a time

Prepare a text layer to make animation on the timeline panel. Click the Animate button on the right of the Text property and select Opacity.

Animate 1 -> Range selector 1 -> Change the Opacity property value to 0% to make the text invisible.

Move the playhead to the position where you want to start animation, click the stopwatch button on the left of the Start property to create the keyframe. Now its value is 0%. Then move the playhead and set the value of the Start property to 100%, and the keyframe will automatically be created.

When playing it on the preview panel, we can see that a text animation that shows one character at a time!

Display randomly one character at a time

Previously, the text was displayed in order from the left to the right, but now I’m going to display the text randomly one character at a time.

We will use the text animation you just created and turn on Randomize Order in the Advanced property.

You can change the order of displaying the characters randomly by changing the Random Seed value.

When playing it on the preview panel, we can see the text animation that randomly displays one character at a time like this!

Use a mask to display the text one character at a time

Now let’s try using a mask to display the text one character at a time!

After placing the Text layer in the Timeline panel, I will create a mask. If you first select the text layer and then use the rectangular tool, you can create a mask. So create a rectangular mask on the left side of the text.

Move the playhead to the position where you want to start animation, click the stopwatch button on the right of Mask Path in Mask 1 Property, and create the key frame.

Move the playhead to the position where the animation ends. Use the Selection tool to drag and drop the mask to the left side where the text is displayed. And then the keyframe is automatically created.

Additionally, try to blur the borderline when the text appears by changing the value of Mask Feather.

When playing it on the preview panel, we can see a text animation that shows one character at a time!

Use Blur Effect to delete one character at a time

Prepare a Text layer to be animated on the timeline panel. Click the Animate button on the right of the Text property and select Blur.

Finally, change the Blur value so that the text can not be seen.

Move the playhead to the starting position of the animation and click the stopwatch button on the left of the End property to set the keyframe. Now the value is 0%. Then move the playhead and set the End property value to 100%.

When playing it in the preview panel, we can a text animation that one character disappears at a time like this!

Add rotation to each character while displaying

Prepare a Text layer to be animated on the timeline panel. Click the Animate button on the right of the Text property and select All Transform Properties.

①First, Animator 1 -> Range Selector 1 ->Adjust the value of the Position property so that the character is moved up to a point where it is no longer visible from the composition panel

➁Then change the value of Scale so that the scale of the character gradually increases and then returns to the original size when rotating.

➂Finally, change the value of Rotation to 1x+ 0,0 ° so that the character rotate around itself one turn before displaying.

Move the playhead to the starting position of the animation and click the stopwatch button on the left of the Start property to set the keyframe. Now the value is 0%. Then move the playhead and set the value of the Start property to 100%.

When playing it on the preview panel, we can see the text animation that each character rotate before displaying like this!

Use Tracking to create the animation that narrows the spacing of characters

First, align the text layer to the center and then apply the Tracking function from Animate.

Then change the Tracking Amount value. The value you set here is the beginning value of the animation.

If we change the “Based on” of the “Advanced” property to Lines, the center of changing text spacing will be based on the center of line.

Move the playhead to the starting position of the animation and click the stopwatch button on the left of the Start property to set the keyframe. Now the value is 0%. Then move the playhead and set the value of the Start property to 100%.

When playing it on the preview panel, we can see a text animation that gradually narrows the character spacing!

Use Trackmatte to cut the video into the text

Next, let’s use Track matte to project images into the text!

First, prepare the video layer and the text layer.

Select Alpha Matte from the Track matte menu in the video layer to cut out the video into text.

When playing it on the preview panel, we can see an animation like this!

This is the end of the lecture on how to add other animations to the text!

AYANA
AYANA

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See you again for the next lecture!

See you soon! Bye bye!

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