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Soaring After Effects Template Project



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Price: $25



Fly like a bird with "Soaring"! This seamlessly looping project allows you to put any imagery you like in the sky. Perfect for wedding, retirement, remembrance and event videos, photo galleries, product parades, point-of-purchase vids, and at kiosks. All elements are quickly and easily changed. Two project files are included: one contains the original Trapcode plugins (Particular 1.5.0 or later & Horizon 1.0.0 or later), the other has all effects pre-rendered. You do NOT require the plugins to render the project! Some source footage is encoded using H264 compression, so Quicktime v7.0 or later is required. Works in AE CS3 or later. The still and video images used in the promo are not included. The project is native HD 1920x1080. You can easily scale to fit HDV, NTSC, PAL and widescreen in your editing app. Simple, striking and compelling!

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Required Software & 3rd Party Plugins

This product is an Adobe After Effects project file. It REQUIRES Adobe After Effects version CS3.

3RD PARTY PLUGINS USED/REQUIRED:
  • Trapcode Particular (This plugin is pre-rendered and is not required.)


 
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Myles_T

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Thanks very much!

Sep 12 2011 7:37 AM

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Myles_T

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Just wondering how to knock out the white circles that radiate out from the images... (just purchased this template)?

Sep 05 2011 6:24 AM

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Effektor

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Thanks for the purchase! No problem to remove the white circles: Go to the composition "Main Composition". Find the 'Shy Layers' switch... you'll find this in the composition layers window at the very top, to the right of the Timecodeo numbers ("00;00;03;19", should be orange numbers). The switch looks like a little face with a nose hanging over a wall. Push this switch, and you'll see a bunch more layers. Go to each "Radio Waves 01" layer and turn off the layer visibility (the eyeball switch, which should be at the far left of each layer). That'll do it!

Sep 05 2011 8:02 AM

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