After Effects text animation can be tricky to master, but this video makes it easy. Join Dave Bode as he walks you through the process of animating text in After Effects step by simple step.
You'll make the process easier by starting with a stylish text animation After Effects template, and then you'll see how you can customise it to create a range of different text animation styles.
Even if you're a beginner, you'll be able to create polished text effects for your videos after watching this detailed After Effects text animation tutorial. So just set aside half an hour or so and then sit back, watch the video, and learn all the secrets to animating text in After Effects and creating the polished, professional-looking video text effects you need.
Top After Effects Text Animation Templates
Even if you've mastered the techniques of animating text in After Effects, it's still great to have a library of text animation effects to choose from for your future projects. Text animation is quite a time-consuming process, and cutting down on the grunt work frees up more time for you to add the creative flourishes that will make your text effects stand out.
You've already seen one template in action, but there are thousands more out there, each creating slightly different text animation effects. Here are some After Effects text animation templates from Envato Elements that are worth checking out.
Yes, you read that right. This single pack contains a whopping 70 premade After Effects text animations, all in the ever-popular glitch style. It includes sound effects, works with any font, and comes with a video tutorial to help you customise it.
Any good designer knows that the right typography can help you tell your story more effectively, and that's just as true in video as it is in print design. The stylish effects included here will help you create a wide range of impressive text animations in After Effects, all in a high resolution that's suitable for broadcast.
For some projects, you just need that "wow" factor, and this After Effects text animation delivers it. The flashing lights and bright colours take you straight to the glitz and glamour of a movie premiere or awards night, with the celebrities smiling on the red carpet and the paparazzi cameras flashing. If that's the look you're going for, you can't go wrong with this After Effects animation template.
4. Ink Titles
Or how about something more artistic? Watch your text and images appear out of blotches of black ink dropped on a textured paper background. This is a great example of how you can use text animation in After Effects and a simple template to create something that wouldn't look out of place in the opening credits of a Hollywood movie.
Let's finish with something a bit simpler but no less effective. This pack of minimalist text effects for After Effects could be just what you need. The text animations are easy to customise and fast to render, so now that you know how to animate text in After Effects, you can use them to create a wide range of different end results.
Learn After Effects in Detail
Now that you've mastered After Effects text animation, why not move on to learn other skills and learn how to use After Effects in detail? Adobe After Effects for Beginners is a massive, six-hour compilation of everything you need to know about this powerful motion graphics and compositing software.
a whole series of After Effects tutorials, covering everything from
finding your way around the app to using keyframes, masks, motion
tracking, and much more. You'll even get to practise your After Effects
skills by building a lower third from scratch.
Follow along with Dave Bode as he shows you exactly how to use After Effects in 35 easy-to-follow videos. The whole course is free for subscribers to Envato Elements.
If you're not yet an Elements subscriber: For one low monthly fee, you get access to unlimited courses like this one, plus unlimited downloads of professional video templates, stock footage, motion graphics, and more than a million other design assets. Sign up today!
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