How to loop Perlin noise – Looping Noise()

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    How to loop Perlin noise in After Effects
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    In this week’s After Effects tutorial, we take a look at looping elements. This was inspired by Daniel Shiffman’s Coding Challenge #136.1 (https://youtu.be/ZI1dmHv3MeM) on his excellent YouTube channel Coding Train (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvjgXvBlbQiydffZU7m1_aw). Coding Train is an excellent resource for coding visual art. A lot of the topics he covers can be repurposed in After Effects. Since he tackles algorithms frequently, it’s also a good way to learn more deeply about the tools we use every day. For example, he has a few videos on Perlin noise, which underpins a lot of the plugins you probably use every day, like Fractal Noise.

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    Expression code can be found at the Project File link at the top of the description.

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