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That “one photo”
Adding motion to a still waterfall, with Plotagraph Pro
Drive debate: Hard disk drives vs. solid-state drives
Remove powerlines with ease, thanks to Luminar Neo
Winter road trip to Kennedy Space Center
Making energy waves in After Effects with Fractal Noise
After Effects expressions: sourceRectAtTime
Cycling fonts in After Effects
Oscillation made easy in After Effects
Creating a circular audio spectrum in After Effects
A closer look at Simplify Sequence in Premiere Pro
More approachable than ever: Discussing the new Premiere Pro

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Winter road trip to Kennedy Space Center

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After Effects expressions: sourceRectAtTime

The sourceRectAtTime expression is perfect for returning the width or height dimensions of shape and text layers. This is useful when trying to make box or line elements fit your text. In this example, we create an expression on our

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Cycling fonts in After Effects

If you want to cycle through different fonts for your onscreen text in After Effects, this expression will make it easy for you. First, you’ll need to make an array with all the possible fonts you want. var fontArray=[“Font1”,Font2″]; You’ll

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Oscillation made easy in After Effects

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The travel photo is in trouble

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Five Adobe MAX video and digital sessions for you

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After Effects expressions: sourceRectAtTime

The sourceRectAtTime expression is perfect for returning the width or height dimensions of shape and text layers. This is useful when trying to make box or line elements fit your text. In this example, we create an expression on our

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Tutorial - Font Change Expression

Cycling fonts in After Effects

If you want to cycle through different fonts for your onscreen text in After Effects, this expression will make it easy for you. First, you’ll need to make an array with all the possible fonts you want. var fontArray=[“Font1”,Font2″]; You’ll

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Sine Expression AE Tutorial

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Thingvellir National Park in Iceland. *AndyFord

The travel photo is in trouble

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Five Adobe MAX video and digital sessions for you

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Selective color in Premiere Pro

You can perform selective coloring in Premiere Pro. If you want to change the color of an object in your video, simply use the Lumetri Color panel. Select the clip and open the Hue Saturation Curves section of the panel.

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