Create complex expression-driven templates, character rigs, shape animations and more without writing any code!
iExpressions allows you to use After Effects expressions without reading or writing a single line of code. It comes with over 100 iExpressions, each with an intuitive, easy-to-use interface.
Expressions without writing code.
iExpressions combine the power of After Effects expressions with the convenience of effects or plugins. They allow you to use expressions without writing any code. Instead, each iExpression comes with an interface, as you know it from effects or plugins, where you control everything using adjustable parameters.
Create dynamic expression-driven Templates and Mogrts without writing a single line of code!
More than 100 expressions
Easy interfaces instead of programming code
Import your own expressions
Your projects will still work on machines where iExpressions is not installed (as well as in Premiere Pro Motion Graphics Templates)
New Features in V3
Do you already own iExpressions 2? Here are the new features we’ve introduced in version 3.
In the redesigned UI, you can connect properties and layers with a single click instead of entering their name. This means the process of creating rigs, like the Automatic Walk Cycle, is now even faster. The iExpressions UI now also supports color controls.
Import your own expressions! iExpressions can import any expression, analyze its code and create a user interface for it. Whether you’re writing your own code or importing expressions you found online, with iExpressions you can now manage all your expressions in one place!
The Shape Expressions can create and modify shape paths in various ways. Create wavy lines or trails, elastic shapes, unfold shapes, or connect your layers with curves. – The slightly less shiny, ‘bread and butter’ tools include an expression to Link to Point on Shape, which – in contrast to Ae’s built-in ‘Create Nulls from Path’ script’ – even works when the path is nested within transformed groups. You can now also create also arrowheads and symmetrical shapes in no time.
Color Expressions make it easy to connect colors with advanced brightness and saturation controls using the new Color Link expression. You can now also create complex color transitions.
iExpressions has comprehensive online documentation, with loads of examples and tutorials.
After Effects 2024, 2023, 2022, 2021, 2020, CC 2019, CC 2018, CC 2017, CC 2015.3, CC 2015, CC 2014, CC, CS6
3.2.005 – May 2, 2022
– fixed compatibility with newer OS versions and added support for time limited licenses
3.2.004 – Nov 9, 2021
– bugfix in “Autofocus on Layers” iExpression
3.2.003 – Mar 2, 2021
– new expression “Auto-Resizing Background Shape” – improved Mirror Shape iExpression – spring expression bug fixes – user library bug fixes
3.2.002 – Jan 18, 2021
new expressions for prototyping UI/UX for Android and Apple user interfaces: – Android Spring – UIKit Spring2022, 2021, 2020, CC 2019, CC 2018, CC 2017, CC 2015.3, CC 2015, CC 2014, CC, CS6 – bug fixes in “Look At 2D” iExpressions and “Link to Point on Shape” iExpression
3.1.003 – Dec 25, 2019
fixed issue with snapping wiggle iExpressions
3.1.002 – Dec 8, 2019
fixed issue with pie slice expression
3.1.001 – Dec 5, 2019
fixed issues with align expressions on layers that are shifted in time or time-stretched
Expressions have been in After Effects for many years, but you can easily use After Effects and never touch them. Some find the programming a bit off putting, and I get that. Like learning short cuts, knowing just a few expressions can speed your workflow up 3 fold. Today, were going to go over some of the simple and common expressions that will make your day to day workflow faster and smoother, plus give you resources on where you can up your game!
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