This is it folks. This is the last video in the 30 days of After Effects series from School of Motion’s Joey Korenman.
Day 30 has us in store for mixing and integrating stop motion animation in After Effects. Joey has a look at some possible methods for creating stop motion animation. There is a preferred method that is mentioned, where Joey discusses and uses DragonFrame – the premier image capture software for stop motion animation.
There are lots of great tips here, including how you can create a template in Ae that will allow you to build stop motion animation bits and elements much easier.
Check out the last post for the 30 Days of Ae series, Using Stop Motion in your After Effects Work here.