Interface Interaction

    How to animate UI elements using your own mouse movements
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    This After Effects tutorial shows you how to use your own mouse to move a digital mouse on screen and interact with elements in your scene.

    If you were paying close attention, you might’ve noticed that I didn’t completely reset the icons to their original size because I parented them to the cursor and then set their scale. Alternatively I could’ve just parented them to the cursor before I set its scale. Either way, you still need to make sure to scale them back to original size (or copy the original instead of splitting the parented layer and un-parenting it). It’s AE, there’s a lot of ways to do things!

    I haven’t made many errors in 40 of these. One was bound to sneak in!

    The mouse cursor icon is available for free at http://workbench.tv/tutorials/2016-10-14_InterfaceInteraction/

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