Dynamic Proximity Effectors with Expressions

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    Learn how to create dynamic animations in After Effects, similar to Cinema 4D’s effector system, using some clever expressions. We’ll learn how to trigger and animate virtually any editable property when a layer is within a defined proximity range. We’ll use the linear() and ease() functions within After Effects to achieve this.

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