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Landscape Game Parallax Effect Tutorial for After Effects CC

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► GET YOUR FREE 8 PRO TIPS GUIDE ➨ http://bit.ly/FREEProtips Welcome to Flat Pack FX! This is part 2 of our parallax effect in after effects. You don't have to do part 1 to do this part of the tutorial. You can download the files you need for creating this Video Game Parallax Effect below. Download Files: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B5RuGQ6KxsIvUG9KVVR4RHVra0E?usp=sharing GOT QUESTIONS? TALK WITH ME: DM me on Instagram ➨ http://bit.ly/Instagramfpfx 一一一一一一一一一一一一一一一一一一一一一一一一一 MORE AE TUTORIALS: Tutorials ➨ http://bit.ly/tutorialsfx BUY MORE GREAT Ae TEMPLATES: Txt Msg Effect Ae ➨ http://bit.ly/txtmsgfx 2D to 3D images ➨ http://bit.ly/3dimagesfx 2D Explosions Pack ➨ http://bit.ly/2Dexplosionfx Solar System Pack ➨ http://bit.ly/Solarsystemfx Matrix Code Effect ➨ http://bit.ly/matrixfx VIDEO GEAR: After Effects ➨ http://bit.ly/aftereffectsfx Premiere Pro ➨http://bit.ly/premiereprofx Adobe Cloud Apps ➨ http://bit.ly/Creativecloudfx FOLLOW ME: Youtube ➨ https://www.youtube.com/flatpackfx Instagram ➨ https://www.instagram.com/flatpackfx Twitter ➨ https://twitter.com/flatpackfx Website ➨ http://bit.ly/Flatpackfx
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Shang-Chih Luo (11 days ago)
Thank you so much!! This tutorial is just what i am looking for!!
Flat Pack FX (10 days ago)
Toasted Synapse Gaming (13 days ago)
Insted of duplicating your layers in After Effects can't you just do one of these 2 things: 1. Use the Motion Tile Effect from AE which continues the image at the edge by mirroring (without you having to duplicate, move, line them up, flipping, scaling and moving again) 2. Or, When creating them in PS, make them intentionally bigger(wider)
Flat Pack FX (10 days ago)
100% right there are many ways to do these things, thanks for sharing your thoughts.
Rob Baccala (19 days ago)
phenomenal tutorial
sigma (22 days ago)
Loved it. This was the tutorial that i could understand 🤩
Hitesh Kinger (1 month ago)
Nice bro amazing videos
I am not sure but I think you could also use the RepeTile and feather on the edges to extend all the backgrounds in a more speedy matter, no?
House Whitley (3 months ago)
Thank you
5K IDEAS (5 months ago)
How could i make this video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1NS2UA5BZt0 ?
5K IDEAS (4 months ago)
If you made a tutorial, that would be helpful for me; Please make a Tutorial. Thanks, Regards.
Flat Pack FX (5 months ago)
Hey 5K, yes I like the animation. I will look at adding something like this to a future tutorial. You can draw out each shape using the shape tool to create your image, then animate each layer using x and y scale keyframes and changing the anchor point. Thanks
Sophie Metcalfe (7 months ago)
Straya! I've been learning After Effects from a lot of different wonderful people on here from around the globe - It's nice to finally hear the Aussie accent.
Flat Pack FX (7 months ago)
Thanks Sophie, welcome to the channel 😉
Linh Kien Vinh Hoi (8 months ago)
simple and easy to learn for newbie like me. thanks for tutorials, hope you have more tuts about AE
Flat Pack FX (8 months ago)
Awesome, thanks!
Raul Santiago (9 months ago)
Nice job bro.Thanks
Flat Pack FX (9 months ago)
No worries man, thanks for the comment
Your lesson is the most understandable and correct, now I will remake my film. It's a pity but have to cut and make layers to get this effect ...
Ольга вы сможете испытать сделать это резвее еще с эфектом RepeTile и feather я думаю ;)
Flat Pack FX (1 year ago)
Thanks for the comment, the files are available in the description for this particular tutorial.
deadpiece111 (1 year ago)
Fuck yeah man awesome tut (y)
touchnova (1 year ago)
Enjoyed the tutorial, thanks for sharing. One tip...you can use the 'Import' option in AE to open native .PSD files from Photoshop ("Import Kind" as 'Composition' after selecting the .PSD file). It will create one composition of the entire document, then additional compositions for each set of grouped elements (folders) from your Photoshop design...so Sky, BG, MG, FG. This can be really helpful if you want to edit the contents of the original .PSD and have them update automatically in your AE file. For this example though where you made the layers downloadable to your viewers, yeah .PNGs worked perfectly. But anyway, great content, subbed and looking forward to future vids! **EDIT - Ah, I see where you kind of did this in one of your early videos, so I'll just leave the comment here in case it might help other viewers in the future. Cheers!
Flat Pack FX (1 year ago)
Hey Touchnova, thanks for the comment all feedback is welcome. You have raised a good true point, i figured for a beginner i would keep it simple with png's. I will definitely do a tutorial on native importing down the track. Thanks for the comment and welcome to the channel.
Neocruz (1 year ago)
nice 7u7
Quoc Anh Bui (1 year ago)
Not file train :( You can share this?
Quoc Anh Bui (1 year ago)
Thank you so much :)
Flat Pack FX (1 year ago)
Hey AB Channel, I don't have the files for this one anymore. I think I just did a google search for 'train png' and downloaded one.
Flat Pack FX (1 year ago)
Hey Guys, don't forget to check out my Instagram or twitter to see what tutorials are coming up.
Sommer Time (1 year ago)
Wow! Your tutorials are so easy to follow. I actually just wanted to learn how to create the effect of continous camera movement through long sequence. Perfect timing! Now I have to go and watch the first part of the tutorial in Photoshop. I want to learn how to make the whole thing from the scratch. :D
Jackson Love (1 year ago)
Very good tutorial! Thank you!!!
Flat Pack FX (1 year ago)
Your one of the originals and awesome!

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