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Polaroid Slideshow & Intro to Graph Editing - Tutorial Adobe After Effects CS6

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► GET YOUR FREE 8 PRO TIPS GUIDE ➨ http://bit.ly/FREEProtips ✔ To support this channel or for an easy to use shortcut template. ► Purchase Polaroid Template ➨ http://bit.ly/Polaroidfx Hi Guys, welcome to Flat Pack FX! In this tutorial i will show you how to make this awesome Polaroid Slideshow and show you how to use the Graph Editor in Adobe After Effects CS6 and above. Once you make this Polaroid Slideshow you can easily replace the images and move the polaroids around to make your own unique slideshow layout. IMAGE LINKS: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B5RuGQ6KxsIvTFFkTzQ0djB5MEk?usp=sharing GOT QUESTIONS? TALK WITH ME: Download Magnifi ➨ http://bit.ly/magnififx _________________________________________________________________ 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 _________________________________________________________________ MORE AE TUTORIALS: Tutorials ➨ http://bit.ly/tutorialsfx VIDEO GEAR: After Effects ➨ http://bit.ly/aftereffectsfx Premiere Pro ➨http://bit.ly/premiereprofx Adobe Cloud Apps ➨ http://bit.ly/Creativecloudfx Laptop Macbook Pro ➨ https://amzn.to/2weWfA2 Laptop Yoga 910 ➨ https://amzn.to/2wgN6XF Camera G7x Mii ➨ https://amzn.to/2HY1qWL Camera Tripod: ➨ https://amzn.to/2weD3mf Mic Rode Podcaster ➨ https://amzn.to/2HWZa1R Rode Desk arm ➨ https://amzn.to/2wprJnt Audio Zoom H1n ➨ https://amzn.to/2HUGwrn Audio Boya Lapel mic ➨ https://amzn.to/2weDoW3 Audio Bose Headphones ➨ https://amzn.to/2HUUvxb FOLLOW ME: Youtube ➨ https://www.youtube.com/flatpackfx Instagram ➨ https://www.instagram.com/flatpackfx Twitter ➨ https://twitter.com/flatpackfx Magnifi ➨ http://bit.ly/magnififx Website ➨ http://bit.ly/Flatpackfx
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Andrei Hrytsayuk (1 month ago)
thanks a lot. Very useful
arley lopera (2 months ago)
Excelent tutorial. Thanks a million!
Flat Pack FX (2 months ago)
No worries!
A. J. Haw (2 months ago)
Question, I am new to After Effects and I wanted to know the proper way of rendering Layout 1 in the video. I did the effect step by step and just finished it. I didn't see the render options for mp4 so I render it to avi. However, it shook me when I saw the finished video files size. It took *1.93 GB* for a 30 sec video. How to fix it?
A. J. Haw (2 months ago)
Flat Pack FX oooh thank you thank you so much 😄
Flat Pack FX (2 months ago)
Search on my channel for “how to export from after effects” there is a video which will give you better settings. Thanks
A. J. Haw (2 months ago)
This is an awesome tutorial. Thank you so much!!!
Victor Mendoza (2 months ago)
I move the light as you said but it doesn't appear any cast shadow, the option is on, what coul it be?
Flat Pack FX (2 months ago)
Hey Victor, hard to say without seeing but the shadow needs three elements to work 1) The light source, make sure its set in the correct position. 2) the polaroid needs to accept the light source. 3) The background needs to accept the shadow not the light. This is where i would look in detail to check if everything matches what ive done in the video. Hope that helps.
Alive Road (2 months ago)
Very nice tutorial, thanks. Although I ran into a problem in the beginning. When you're adding the spot light and after setting the objects to 3D you grab the Z axis to create the shadow. When I place my cursor on the blue dot it does not show me the Z axis and when I hold and move it, only the polaroid picture moves. Any idea what's wrong? I tried to repeat from the beginning a few times, same issue...
Alive Road (2 months ago)
Thanks, that helped. Still don't know why I couldn't grab the Z axis but adjusting it under position works too.
Flat Pack FX (2 months ago)
Ok, make sure you have the correct layer selected first. You could then just try to manually adjust the z axis using the position properties. Hit p on the keyboard to bring this up. Then manually adjust the z number on the left to adjust the axis. If you do this you might also have to adjust the point of interest if it’s the light. Hope that helps!
Jin Khor (3 months ago)
Is there an open source out there that can do the same?
FABY S (3 months ago)
excellent...it's fantastic,thanks.
S Y (4 months ago)
You are great. I purchased your template, and I love it. Also, thank you for the extra layouts :) You're the man.
Flat Pack FX (4 months ago)
Hey, thats awesome thank you for the purchase. Everyone dollar helps keep the channel alive. Appreciate the comment! Flat Pack fx
Bhaskar Kuniyal (4 months ago)
great work
Christian Raymund Pastor (4 months ago)
Hi thanks for your tutorial. I made it hope you find it awesome. Here it is. https://youtu.be/c8Bx5aarnzE
Christian Raymund Pastor (4 months ago)
Yes sir :) amazingggg :)
Flat Pack FX (4 months ago)
That’s awesome! Well done, makes me happy to here people getting something out of my tutorials! 😀
Christian Raymund Pastor (4 months ago)
You're welcome sir. Yah and it was my first time editing on a laptap and using after effects as well. Though it was really hard at first but I was really diligent on following your tutorial but here it is I made it and felt so happy and my girl was really surprised what I showed to her. Thanks again you are really awesome.
Flat Pack FX (4 months ago)
Hi Christian, that’s awesome! Well done. Great to see people trying these tutorials out. Thanks.
Mathew Gilroy (5 months ago)
Thanks for the tutorial! Much appreciated!
Flat Pack FX (5 months ago)
Hi Matt, that’s awesome. Thanks!
Mathew Gilroy (5 months ago)
Also thanks for providing the Polariod template! This came in handy along with the workflow you described! I'm now a subscriber!
Flat Pack FX (5 months ago)
No worries, thanks for the comment!
1 23 (5 months ago)
6000 view is mine!
Flat Pack FX (5 months ago)
Great work!
1 23 (5 months ago)
I finally did to make this effect. it takes over 1 hour.. but i did. thanks you to teach me such a goood effect!
Sue Vaughton (5 months ago)
Hi, I too can't get the Polaroid to cast the shadow you demonstrate - I have copied the 3 elements required exactly from your tutorial - with no luck having tried 50 times or more! Any ideas?
P. (1 month ago)
pre-compose your background
Sue Vaughton (5 months ago)
Thank you for suggesting - yes, sadly it's on Classic 3D already :(
Flat Pack FX (5 months ago)
No worries, if you get really stuck send me some screenshots and I will try and have a look.
Sue Vaughton (5 months ago)
Thx for your thoughts on my problem - I'll give it a go - Happy New Year
Flat Pack FX (5 months ago)
Hi Sue, there may be a number of things going on here. Most of the issues people will have will be with the material options of the background layer not accepting shadows. If you have double checked the light placement then the issue may lay with the background. Hope that helps.
Balázs Venyige (5 months ago)
If i move the Z axis, the "polaroid" comp dissappears... Can you help with this problem ?
Balázs Venyige (5 months ago)
Thank you! It works! :)
Flat Pack FX (5 months ago)
Hi, thanks for the comment. Generally this means the Polaroid is moving beyond the background plane. Try switching your view to “2 view” this will give you a view from front and above. It will make it easier to see where the edge is from a side on angle. Hope that helps you out!
Toshio (6 months ago)
Thanks for the tutorial. Had to make my own polaroid pictures to hold my pictures/videos, since yours aren't free...
M Mohamed Fariz (7 months ago)
Good Video... But Need More Depth Tutorial on Graph Editing... Thanks
maxtor isolado (8 months ago)
thanks, becose I've tried in a thousand ways, but I have not been able to get those shadows like that, what should I do?
Flat Pack FX (8 months ago)
Hey Maxtor, the shadows need three elements to work the light, subject (Polaroid) and surface (wood). Go to each part of the video and make sure all your settings match those three. It will be because of one of those your shadows don’t work. You can always take a screenshot and send to me to have a look. Hope that helps FPfx
Neocruz (8 months ago)
nice job
Akhil Vamshi (9 months ago)
Wow.....just wow........

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