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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It’s the wiggler! Not just a really greasy hairless wrestler from the 70s but a really commonly used expression in Adobe After Effects. Everyone uses it but who really understands this strange creature. You’ll learn how to wrangle the wiggler and wiggle your way around riding it like a sand worm.
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The expression is correctly spelled wiggle() with a comma in between it’s respective parts.
here are the expressions used:
COMPLEX FANCY PANTS WIGGLING
x= wiggle(effect(“X – Interval”)(“Slider”),effect(“X – Amout”)(“Slider”));
y= wiggle(effect(“Y – Interval”)(“Slider”),effect(“Y – Amout”)(“Slider”));
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