Text Animators in After Effects are a great (albeit eventual kluge) way to animate type in After Effects. New users may get hung up on some aspects of how things work. Even experienced users of Ae might not know exactly what is going on at all times, when animating type. For example… Ease High? Ramp Up Range? What does that all mean exactly?
explore the advanced attributes of text animators so that we can understand what the hell things like ease high means…
Hoping to shed some light on a few of the things that could slip through the cracks with text animator attributes, is Workbench’s Joe Clay. Watch Workbench’s latest to learn more about what al the more advanced attributes for text animators do, and how you can work with them.
Joe also explores ways to animate a loop, using the angle control with a small expression. Check that out over at Workbench.tv.