If you’ve spent ages tweaking that huge stack of effects and plug-ins to get exactly the look you’re after, it’s a good idea to save it for future use. Here’s how you can quickly create your own animation presets in After Effects so that they can be instantly applied to future projects (saving you the hassle of having to remember exactly how you created that awesome fire effect!)
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Thanks a lot for this great tutorial. It's a true pleasure to follow your explanations as you are really clear
Jennifer Pone, YouTube Viewer
I love the fact that you are NOT using plug-ins like many people out there. That goes to show how much you know how to use the program and how creative you are. Thanks for the tutorial. I love it.
MiGenteUrbana, YouTube Viewer
I like how your videos always have not only the tutorial itself, but also various tips and tricks that are quite useful.
ChibiBanana1, YouTube Viewer