Envato Elements recently launched video templates on the service, including templates for popular video editing apps like After Effects and Adobe Premiere. Even for rookie video editors, these projects can help you create professional videos by giving you an easy place to start.
In the Best in Class series, we're focusing on the best-of-the-best in the Elements library. This roundup focuses on the best logo intros and stings for Adobe After Effects. Just open the projects, add your own logo file, and watch it animate it perfectly on the project.
Best Logo Intro for Most Projects: Minimal Corporate Logo
Don't let the name fool you—Minimal Corporate Logo offers simplicity and a touch of animation elegance: it's a good fit with a wide variety of projects.
Who it's for: Anyone who needs to add simple, clean title sting to a video.
Why we like it: Easy to use and good-looking, but flexible enough to fit many different types of projects, from serious and corporate to fun and fresh. Comes with multiple variations and options, which make this a flexible and highly reusable template.
Two Great Logo Intro Alternatives
Best Retro Logo Intro for After Effects: VHS Madness Logo Reveal
Take your look back in time with the VHS Madness Logo Reveal! Giving your intro an analog style only takes a couple of clicks thanks to this After Effects project.
Best Cinematic Logo Sting: Visual_A Logo Intro
The Visual_A Logo Intro gets our pick for its flexibility and ease of use. This even includes audio with the project to really grab the audience's attention.
Learn How to Customize a Logo Sting in After Effects
Want to create a stunning logo sting? The easiest way is to take a professional logo sting template and customize it in Adobe After Effects! Even if you've never used After Effects before, you'll understand the whole process after watching our new course, How to Customize a Logo Sting in Adobe After Effects.
In this short course, you'll work with the Projection Mapping logo sting template and learn how to customize it for your own requirements.
Dave Bode will take you through the full process from start to finish, showing you how to replace the logo, add music, change the colors, and more. The customization of the logo effects and logo animation will be fairly simple, but you'll also learn a lot about how to use After Effects along the way!
Have a look at the intro video below to learn more about the course and to see the impressive effect you'll be creating.
Watch the Introduction
Take the Course
You can take our new course with a subscription to Envato Elements. For a single low monthly fee, you get access not only to this course, but also to our growing library of over 1,000 video courses and industry-leading eBooks on Envato Tuts+.
Plus you now get unlimited downloads from the huge Envato Elements library of 550,000+ creative assets. Create with unique fonts, photos, graphics and templates, and deliver better projects faster.
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Envato Elements Now Includes Unlimited Music & Audio
Each of these awesome music and sound effects tracks from Envato Elements is professionally composed and created. The encore to an already stacked lineup of thousands of video, photo, graphic and web assets, Envato Elements is now the complete creative toolkit – all with unlimited downloads!
Find your perfect sound now to amplify your next project.
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