Our most popular After Effects Posts Ever (So Far)

Posted on Saturday, 24 January 2015
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Our most popular After Effects Posts
We have posted a lot of help, guides and tips & tricks posts on this site related to After Effects. To help you find something interesting in previous posts, we have now looked to see what are some of our most popular After Effects posts, based not only on which people have visit the most but also which they have spent more time reading.

Here is the resulting list created for you. Enjoy!

How to lock the position of a mask in AE »

AE Script: Nudge Keyframes to Nearest Exact Frame »

Replace and Reconnect a PSD file in After Effects »

Exporting Photoshop Animation To After Effects & Looping it Forever »

After Effects Eye Blink Expression »

Free 1080p Rounded Corners .PSD file for AE, PS (great for Vimeo) »

Tracker2Mask for tracker-assisted rotoscoping »

After Effects: Apply tracking data to a new target »

Expression example: Start or stop wiggle at specific time »

AE Tip: Split Selected Layers – Shortcut »

AE Script: Function to directly refer to a Project Item by Name »

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Illustrating and coloring some more parts for an animation