Learn the basics of the If/Else conditional expression. It’s a great way to have After Effects choose between two or even more options based on inputs. This covers the basics of the expression and some examples of how it works.
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Make a slideshow for images or video with sliding glass panes moving over and revealing footage and text. This tutorial was sponsored by Videoblocks. Visit http://videoblocks.com/ECAbrams_0716 to redeem your 7-day free trial to VideoBlocks!
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Flickering transitions are so hot right now, but all I have in premiere are these dumb fades! Well fear not, there’s hope with the ability to keyframe things and add effects in Premiere. I’ll show you how to make quick and easy flickering transitions in Premiere in no time… or like 10 minutes.
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