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Today, we’ll look at how to write some expressions to really add random chaotic glitches to any property value in After Effects. We’ll take a look at how we can make the ‘wiggle()’ expression even more powerful by adding probability and choppiness to our animations. This technique will work with just about any keyframe-able property, so you can really add some randomness to your animations.
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