Glass Pane Slide Show – Adobe After Effects tutorial (Sponsored By Videoblocks)

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 to redeem your 7-day free trial to VideoBlocks!

If you have any questions just let me know in the comments.

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This project file for this will work in Adobe CS5.5 and WILL NOT work in older versions.

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  • Fakhrian Irsali

    13.07.2016 at 23:04 Reply

    Very useful tutorial, Mr. Abrams. Thank you so much.

  • Kenneth W. Howington

    29.07.2016 at 19:00 Reply

    Mr. Evan Abrams,
    Thanks for being such a great mentor . If could please tell me what adobe effects do I use to
    create the effect as in the beginning of the movie ROCKY 3 , you know how the text ROCKY III slides from right to left passing over the image of the heavyweight belt with the Rocky theme music playing like all the intros do in big bold yellow 3d letters , but I wanted to have my name KENNY WAYNE scroll across the screen instead of Rockys name, ha, I know its kinda crazy and maybe silly, but I would get a huge kick out of it, be so thrilled and it would make my day if you could shoot me a few quick pointers and I can figure the rest out. But when you get the chance.


    • ecabrams

      31.07.2016 at 14:32 Reply

      Hey Kenny. I don’t know Rocky III very well, but I looked at the intro and there isn’t a lot going on there right? We have footage behind text, so we’ll need one layer of footage of a belt. Then We have a text layer. Or it might be a picture of some text. Or let’s say we use a text layer. That text layer is changing position from right to left, so that’s 2 keyframes needed on the position. As for making the text look how you want: I’m seeing a shadow, so I suppose you might throw a drop shadow effect on it, and the edges are a little rough, so throw a roughen edges effect on it? Do you think that might do it? And am I seeing the right Rocky movie?

  • Auffique

    23.08.2016 at 14:06 Reply

    Cant seem to download anymore :{

    • ecabrams

      23.08.2016 at 14:13 Reply

      I’d like to help you out. Can you elaborate on the situation?

  • Case

    24.08.2016 at 10:48 Reply

    I am having the same issue. Gumroad says that the item is not for sale. Paypal requires an amount greater than $0.

    • ecabrams

      24.08.2016 at 11:57 Reply

      How about now? Also, folks are very welcome to put in more than zero and support the channel.

      • Case

        24.08.2016 at 12:14 Reply

        GumRoad worked this time around. Thanks. Would have no issue putting a value more than zero, but out of the two tutorials of yours that I have used (to learn AE) this was the only one that had a download problem of this nature.

        Also, I support your channel by being a subscriber and watching/clicking through the monetized ads on your videos. I am already a videoblocks subscriber so that wouldn’t help you much.

        One other note, when I reply to a comment on this page, the text is white over the gray color here making it hard to see what’s being typed.

        Thanks for all you do! Much appreciated!

  • Edgar Furse

    15.09.2016 at 19:54 Reply

    Thank you very much for your great tutorial.

  • Rocka

    27.12.2016 at 13:01 Reply

    By any chance can I get an older AE version of this file? I work with CS6.

    • ecabrams

      12.01.2017 at 10:11 Reply

      I believe so. I can’t see why it wouldn’t.

  • John

    05.12.2017 at 04:22 Reply

    Thank’s for the template project, like that….

  • Marcio Romano

    05.03.2018 at 23:24 Reply

    Hello! Can i use this template on Premiere pro?
    I don’t know work on after effects. Can i work template direct on premiere?

    • ecabrams

      26.05.2018 at 10:27 Reply

      This particular template would not work in Premiere. Sorry.

  • Amit Ghosh

    09.06.2018 at 06:23 Reply

    Can’t open the project file in CS6… Looks like it’s created in CC

    • ecabrams

      09.06.2018 at 06:59 Reply

      I opened the in cs6 after checking your comment. What error do you get when you try to open the file on your machine?

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