Tutorial: After Effects: Stardust for AE - Getting Started

Tutorial: After Effects: Stardust for AE - Getting Started
Tutorial Aug 08, 2017 at 10:22 AM

Eran Stern from SternFX walks you through the basics of using the Emitter Node in Superluminal Stardust modular 3D particle system in After Effects.

Found via Lesterbanks.  Thanks for sharing.

Eran Stern has several "getting started" Stardust tutorials that take you through the different nodes; Particle, Field, Replica, and more. 

View the full playlist here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...

What is Stardust?

Stardust is a modular 3D particle system for After Effects. It has an easy to use node based user interface and ships with a ton of presets to create stunning effects quickly and easily.


  • Modular 3D particle system for After Effects.
  • Node based interface to easily build complex systems in a single 3D space.
  • Add or replace smart presets in one click.
  • Replica, a unique tool to replicate particles in many exciting ways.
  • Countless particle effects for both 3D and 2D looks.
  • Emitters, Particles, Replica, Forces, Auxiliary Emitters, 3D Models, Text & Mask and Maps.
  • Space deformers, Sphere, Box, 3d Models, Bend, Twist, Maps, Black Hole.
  • Splines, animatable as paths and emitters.
  • Containers to enclose and/or emit particles in a sphere, box or 3D model.

For a limited time you can get Stardust for only $249.00 (reg. $299)

Learn more | Purchase Superluminal Stardust


Posted by Kim Sternisha