Today we’ll see a simple trick to improve
the quality of your animations on After Effects. ♪ Music intro ♪ If you are tired of this boring stuff today you’ll see how to give more character to your animations, with the Graphic Editor. And if you stay until the end, you’ll also see
how to create a bounce effect. Let’s start by making a simple animation. I add the first keyframe and assign a value to it,
and then I create the second one. To soften the movement, select the keyframes
and modify the type of interpolation in a Bezier Curve. To be faster, just press the F9 key on the keyboard. But this is not enough yet,
and it is here that things become interesting. Select the reference parameter, then press this button,
which replaces the timeline with a graph of the values. The curve shown here is nothing
but a different representation of keyframes which allows us, however,
to create more fluid movements. To see it, click here
and select “Show speed chart”. The horizontal axis represents time while the vertical axis indicates
the speed of the animation. The bezier curve here shows
a regular gait from one value to another After selecting one of its two points, we can use
the relevant handles to change the angle of the curve. For example, by extending them inward we will get an animation that accelerates slowly,
reaches a peak of speed and finally decelerates gently. By increasing the animation time,
the result will always be softer. These are the typical curves
that can be generated with two keyframes but you can create more if you need to. You are free to take a cue, if you want. With this process we can animate any parameter, regardless of whether it is
the scale, position or rotation. Now you just have to experiment! And as promised, let’s see
how to create a bounce animation. We will use this magical expression. Without going into too much detail,
let’s see how to add it to After Effects. Select the reference parameter and then, while holding down
the ALT key on the keyboard, click on the stopwatch to open
the section in which we will write the code. So copy and paste the whole text block
(you can find it in my website). Finally just click on an external zone. Now, as usual, let’s create our animation. In this case I will ensure
that the square makes a complete rotation. The bounce effect is now active,
but we can make it even softer. In fact, if we look at the velocity graph, we can notice that acceleration
is constant, and that’s not good. So select the first keyframe,
click with the right and select “Keyframe Assistant>Automatic Exit Adjustment”. We can see that now the movement is more fluid. You can use these two methods with any element:
solids, images, text, video, null objects, etc. and you can practically customize any parameter. With the graphic editor you can create many personalized animations, certainly more beautiful
than the standard ones. Be sure to follow the other related videos
to learn lots of useful things about After Effects and Premiere Pro. We’ll see in the next tutorial. Bye!

17 Replies to “CREARE ANIMAZIONI CON AFTER EFFECTS | Corso base [Tutorial ITA]”

  1. Finalmente, non so se ti ricordi di me (onestamente non credo ma ti capisco)…aspettavo da tempo video su after effects…spero ci siano presto altre "pillole" come questa.Per il resto, ormai non mi meraviglio più della qualità nei tuoi video, è diventato un dato di fatto 😉

  2. Finalmente! Non vedevo l’ora.
    Spero di poter usufruire di questo tutorial il prima possibile, mi manca solo il video da editare ?

  3. ok ora ogni sera gurdero i tuoi tutorial , vedremo cosa riusciro di inserire in modo carino !
    ora come ora sono molto "sasso carta forbice "
    grazie del tutorial !

  4. Oggi vedrai come creare delle animazioni fluide, in modo semplice e veloce, con After Effects.

    Utilizzerai l'Editor Grafico, uno strumento che ti consente di personalizzare la curva tra due fotogrammi chiave o più.

    È lo stesso "trucchetto" che utilizzo ogni volta che devo animare la schermata di After Effects (come vedi anche in questo video) ?

    Ti piace questo genere di tutorial più compatto? Ne vorresti altri così? Fammelo sapere con un "Mi piace" e con un commento!

    PS non posso mettere l'espressione di rimbalzo nella descrizione, perché non mi fa copiare le parentesi graffe.
    Puoi trovarla qui:

  5. Finalmente un tutorial chiaro. Ho scaricato il programma da poche ore e sono impazzita. Ora, questa domanda sembrerà da idiota ma c'è un tasto per tornare indietro senza resettare tutto il video? Per sbaglio non sono riuscita più a vedere le parti tagliate (solo il video originale) e quindi ho dovuto rifare quel poco che ero riuscita a fare?

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