Hi everyone ! This is my first post here.
My name is Pete, and I make videos on the internet. Sometimes people watch them
I'm working on an explainer video for a website and for one scene I need logos dropping from a cloud like rain. Nothing fancy, just 100 or so logos ( 4 or 5 different ones ) raining down over the scene. It'll need to be on a transparent background.
Im am told this is quite easy to do, but I don't have the time to read manuals or watch lenghty tutorials to do it. I am quite willing to try any software that I might need though. Here's what I already have :
After Effects CC with all the trapcode plug ins
I need a quick and dirty way to do it. I don't have much time until my deadline runs out. I'd be super grateful for a how to or tips on where to quickly learn how to do this ( the good news is i'm a quick learner
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After Effects has a built-in particle generator. You can define a logo layer for the particles. You will want to use a different generator for each logo so they don't completely overlap (though you can copy the basic parameters -- direction, size, frequency, strength, etc.)
Thanks for your reply. Do you know where I can find more information on the use of it ? I need more details, the only thing I know how to do well in AE is modify templates.
Got my retirement plans all set. Looks like I only have to work another 5 years after I die........
Aviutl also has a straight up particle generator if you want to go that route. Here's something I quickly through together using Snow animation with leaves instead.Got my retirement plans all set. Looks like I only have to work another 5 years after I die........