Creative COW SIGN IN :: SPONSORS :: ADVERTISING :: ABOUT US :: CONTACT US :: FAQ
Creative COW's LinkedIn GroupCreative COW's Facebook PageCreative COW on TwitterCreative COW's Google+ PageCreative COW on YouTube
LIBRARY:TutorialsVideo TutorialsReviewsInterviewsEditorialsFeaturesBusinessAuthorsRSS Feed

Lite Bite for After Effects: How To Animate Text on a Path

COW Library : Adobe After Effects Tutorials : Andrew Devis : Lite Bite for After Effects: How To Animate Text on a Path
Share on Facebook
CreativeCOW presents Lite Bite for After Effects: How To Animate Text on a Path -- Adobe After Effects Tutorial



©2012 CreativeCOW.net. All rights reserved.


"Lite Bites" are short no-frills tutorials giving quick answers for busy people. In this next AE Lite Bite tutorial, Andrew Devis shows how to quickly and easily animate text on a path.



Play Video Tutorial


  View 6 Comment(s)

  Adobe After Effects Tutorials   •   Adobe After Effects Forum
Reply   Like  
+6
Share on Facebook
Comments

Great Job
by Joseph Randall
This was an excellent tutorial. Very basic and helpful.

--
Joseph A. Randall

"The ones that were successful loved what they did so they could persevere when it got really tough. The ones that didn't love it quit" - Steve Jobs (Head of Apple, Inc)
@Joseph Randall
by Andrew Devis
Thanks Joseph

I'm never sure if I get things at the right level but it really helps to know that you have found it helpful.

Andrew

... because it's all about stories ...
Re: Lite Bite for After Effects: How do I animate Text on a Path?
by Andrew Devis
Thanks for the comments, I'll try and plan more short and to the point tutorials as I am able as they seem to be received quite well!

:o)

Andrew

... because it's all about stories ...
Re: Lite Bite for After Effects: How do I animate Text on a Path?
by Stanislav Alekseev
Very nice bite sized segment!
Re: Lite Bite for After Effects: How do I animate Text on a Path?
by Mark Moser
Lite Bites rock. Thank you.

-mmoser
Re: Lite Bite for After Effects: How do I animate Text on a Path?
by Tom Daigon
Nice, short and to the point. I really like your intro music!

Tom Daigon
Avid DS / PrP / After Effects Editor
http://www.hdshotsandcuts.com
Mac Pro 3,1
8 core
10.6.8
Nvidia Quadro 4000
24 gigs ram
Maxx Digital / Areca 8tb. raid
Kona 3


Related Articles / Tutorials:
Adobe After Effects
Lite Bite for After Effects: A Simple Light Wrap Effect

Lite Bite for After Effects: A Simple Light Wrap Effect
  Play Video
"Lite Bites" are short no-frills tutorials giving quick answers for busy people. In this first AE Lite Bite tutorial, Andrew Devis shows how to make a quick 'light wrap' effect for a keyed item so that the edge or alpha channel of the keyed item includes some of the pixels from the background element so that it starts to look as if the two items really belong together.

Tutorial, Video Tutorial
Adobe Photoshop
Lite Bite for Photoshop: Creating Custom Actions

Lite Bite for Photoshop: Creating Custom Actions
  Play Video
In this "Lite Bite" tutorial, quickly setup custom actions to speed up your photography workflow in Adobe Photoshop to rotate and add adjustment layers for 'Cross Processing' and 'Black & White.' This is a valuable time saving tutorial.

Tutorial, Video Tutorial
Adobe Photoshop
Lite Bite for Photoshop: Using Masks on Groups

Lite Bite for Photoshop: Using Masks on Groups
  Play Video
Using masks to speed up web design can help you show multiple graphic ideas with the least amount of effort for best effect. In this tutorial, Martin Ainsworth willl show you how to add a mask to a folder and add content to it.

Tutorial, Video Tutorial
Adobe After Effects
mocha Tracks The Wolf of Wall Street

mocha Tracks The Wolf of Wall Street

Oscar-winning VFX Supervisor Rob Legato and Brainstorm Digital use mocha visual effects tools on Martin Scorsese's Wolf of Wall Street.

Editorial, Feature
Adobe After Effects
Klip Collective Pushes Film Into New Spaces At Sundance

Klip Collective Pushes Film Into New Spaces At Sundance

Projection mapping installation relies on Adobe Creative Cloud tools to create stunning visuals for the Sundance Film Festival entry, "What's He Building in There."

Editorial, Feature, People / Interview
Adobe After Effects
Joseph Kosinski’s Film “Oblivion” Showcases Elegant Effects

Joseph Kosinski’s Film “Oblivion” Showcases Elegant Effects

World‐class user interface designers, graphic artists, and animators create crisp, timeless visual elements for the sci-fi film starring Tom Cruise and Morgan Freeman, Oblivion. Kosinski turned to Bradley G. Munkowitz (GMUNK), whom he'd previously worked with on Tron Legacy. As lead interface graphic designer, GMUNK then pulled a team together that included Interface Graphic Designers Joseph Chan (Chanimal) and Jake Sargeant, and Interface Animators Alexander Perry (AP), Navarro Parker (Nav), and David Lewandowski (D-Lew). They were happy to reunite to share how much fun they had creating the 2D effects for the film using an Adobe workflow.

Editorial, Feature, People / Interview
Adobe After Effects
Star Trek Into Darkness: Main Titles, Graphics & Displays

Star Trek Into Darkness: Main Titles, Graphics & Displays

Andrew Kramer of Bad Robot and author/owner of the site Video Copilot was tapped to create more than 30 title sequences for the resurrection of the classic science fiction franchise with Star Trek: Into Darkness, while the OOOii team created stunning graphics and heads-up displays for the blockbuster film. OOOii CEO Kent Demaine, Lead Designer Jorge Almeida and Andrew Kramer shared their great experiences working on the latest seminal Star Trek film.

Editorial, Feature, People / Interview
Adobe After Effects
Delivering Content for TV's Top Shows

Delivering Content for TV's Top Shows

Delivering content for some of television's top shows, including House of Lies, Grey's Anatomy, and, of course The Walking Dead, Stargate Studios continues to break the mold of how feature films, television series, electronic games, and commercials are generated. In this article, read how Adobe Creative Cloud and automation create a competitive edge for the iconic production studio, Stargate Studios.

Editorial, Feature, People / Interview
Adobe After Effects
Adobe Ups Creative Cloud and Adobe Anywhere

Adobe Ups Creative Cloud and Adobe Anywhere

Adobe has updated its Creative Cloud with 150 new features, including numerous video tools for Premiere Pro, After Effects, SpeedGrade and other components. In addition, the company has also planned significant updates to Adobe Anywhere Video, the "modern collaborative workflow platform" that allows Adobe pro-video solutions benefit from centralized media and assets across standard networks.

Editorial, Feature, People / Interview
Adobe After Effects
Fans OCCUPY Conan With Self-Produced Parodies

Fans OCCUPY Conan With Self-Produced Parodies

Lead editor Dan Dome and editors Robert Ashe, Jr., Chris Heller and David Grecu all put together OCCUPY Conan, a fan-sourced episode of the popular late night show. It's harder than it sounds, and that's why the Conan Editing Team is now up for an Emmy for Outstanding Multicam Editing for a Comedy Series.

Editorial, Feature, People / Interview
MORE


FORUMSTUTORIALSFEATURESVIDEOSPODCASTSEVENTSSERVICESNEWSLETTERNEWSBLOGS

Creative COW LinkedIn Group Creative COW Facebook Page Creative COW on Twitter
© 2014 CreativeCOW.net All rights are reserved. - Privacy Policy

[Top]