#aftereffects #transitions #tiptut
In today’s tutorial we take a look at a cool warp zoom transition effect using one adjustment layer in After Effects. We also add some nice Chromatic Abberations. This effect can be applied to anything, footage, motion graphics, photography, you name it. Let’s jump right in.
00:13 Tutorial Overview
00:51 What Have We Got Already?
01:30 Applying Optics Compensation
03:45 Transforming the Adjustment Layer
05:05 Adding VR Chromatic Aberrations
08:13 Adding Emphasis by Transforming Footage
09:42 The Finished Product
10:14 Members Shoutouts
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