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AE Basics Extras: More Repetition PART TWO

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AE Basics - A Creative COW series for new users of Adobe After Effects. In this second 'Extra' tutorial in the AE Basics series, Andrew Devis shows how to create shapes from text, how to rotate that shape into a circle, how to move the circle into a line and finally how to create other very interesting looks with the use of the repeater tool - including how to create spirals, make the shapes seem to come out at you from the screen and how to move and control these exciting options, all within the one layer.



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Re: AE Basics Extras: More Repetition PART TWO
by Andrew Devis
Hi Aurelien

Interestingly enough I have just covered this in the latest AE Basics tutorials I've done, the first of which is already up with the next due up on Wednesday.

They are on using Expression Controllers and show you how to create arrays which is what you need to do to control separate parameters. So, have a look at the first one which is already up and if that doesn't give you enough information, then the next one up on Wednesday should give you all you need.

Hope this helps
All the best
Andrew

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Re: Tutorial: AE Basics Extras: More Repetition PART TWO
by aurelien mui
Thank you Andrew...that was really instructive.

I would like to control the scale independantly for each shapes (circle for me). I want to grow the repeated shapes progressively. Should we use expression or is there any simple tools to do so?
Re: Tutorial: AE Basics Extras: More Repetition PART TWO
by Robert Countall
Thank You Very Much
@Robert Countall
by Andrew Devis
Hi Robert

Thanks for the comment, hope you get to play with this a lot - it's great fun.

All the best
Andrew

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Re: @Robert Countall
by aurelien mui
Thank you Andrew...that was really instructive.
But i have a problem. I would like to control the scale independantly for each form. I want to grow the repeated shapes progressively. Should we use the expression or is there any simple tools to do so?

A.


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