Film or show credits are the kind of thing that will require some thought on how to implement them. If you don’t have a system in place, and there are changes, big or small… You might be in for a bad time.

Build responsive, easy-to-edit credit scrolls.

If you are creating a credit roll in After Effects this will be no longer true, thanks to Victoria Nece’s Credits Are Due script. Credits are Due allows you to easily and quickly build a credit roll directly in Ae.

If you are working in an NLE, there will be tools in place that will allow you to build a credit roll, After Effects oddly, has no such tools. Credits are Due, is a neat little addition to Ae, letting build credits with a dynamic layout. This lets you reorder resettle or even reclassify existing elements. It does this independently of the text formatting.

Credits are due after effects

Credits are Due, Features:

  • Create six types of scroll element
  • Dynamic layout: reorder, restyle or reclassify existing elements and leave custom text formatting alone
  • Arbitrary multicolumn layouts: break things into as many columns as you need
  • Add images and footage as well as text
  • Scroll in whole-pixel increments
  • Change global scroll speed, position and element spacing
  • Speed up previews and rendering by auto-trimming layer duration to match on-screen visibility
  • Ctrl/Cmd-Click to select layers by type
  • Shift-Click to override existing text selections and create new elements

You can get the Credits are Due After Effects script at aescripts + aeplugins for $15.00 for a limited time until Sept 21, 2015.

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