Tag Archives: Trapcode Shine
In this episode of Red Giant TV, let’s bring back the Alien Apocalypse! Only this time, it’s coming to a neighborhood near you. Staying entirely within After Effects, we’ll create a composite of a UFO flying overhead.
In this quick tutorial you’ll learn how to take video and turn into something straight out of a fairytale. You’ll learn how to set up a down-and-dirty 3D track, add volumetric light and dust to a live action shot, and then finish it with some simulated camera lens blur.
This is an old tip that I’ve never formally published as a tutorial. It demonstrates a couple tips on how useful the “toComp” expression with Knoll Light Factory, Shine and more.
Use Trapcode Shine and shape layers to revive tired old Lens Flares in After Effects.