After Effects: Animate Along a Custom Path

February 11, 2017, Adobe After Effects Tutorials, 9 views
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Need help animating your motion graphics!? In this exciting After Effects Tutorial, we will create custom paths that will allow you to take any object or text layer and animate along that path. This animation technique will speed up your workflow and make the position key-framing process easier. In this After Effects tutorial, we will animate a vector graphic and a text layer that will wrap along a path.

Use shape layers to quickly create you paths and paste them over to your position parameter. To wrap text along a path, create the mask within your text layer and set the path options to your mask.

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