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v1.03 Ebberts + Zucker Wind

Ebberts + Zucker Wind

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Ebberts + Zucker Wind

Turbulence Animator

Harness the power of nature in After Effects. Wind works with any type of layer – text, vectors, video & shape layers in native AE 3D space. Handles hundreds of layers at a time with no set up, just click and apply.

 

 

ebberts and zucker wind turbulence animatorWind is a new tool for After Effects that simulates the natural motion of a breeze blowing layers across the screen. Wind is not a particle system or a physics engine. When you click apply, it creates a series of null-based rigs that control each active layer in your comp. Wind uses a unique algorithm to mimic a variety of turbulence effects in native AE 3D space.

Wind Features:

  • 17 Presets
  • In & Out Transitions
  • 10 Directions
  • Secondary Drift Controls
  • Dozens of Interpolation & Ease Type Options
  • Intuitive Sliders
  • Fade & Scale Transitions
  • Auto Orient to Camera Option
  • Use Text, Vector, Video, Shapes, jpeg, ai, psd.
  • Use any amount of layers (system dependant)
  • Fast build and restore
  • Manually select individual layers after the build
  • Global transform adjustments via master layer controls
  • Marker based timing controls
  • Works with AE2017 C4D renderer
  • Deactivate turbulence to simulate mechanical motion effects.
  • Effortless set up, just click and go.

 

 

Overview

After Effects 2020, CC 2019, CC 2018, CC 2017, CC 2015.3, CC 2015, CC 2014, CC, CS6

1.03  (Current version)  –  Nov 1, 2019

updated licensing framework

1.02 – Aug 31, 2019

updated to support macOS 10.15 Catalina

1.01 – Oct 15, 2018

Update licensing framework.

1.00 – Apr 8, 2017

Initial release.

Ebberts + Zucker Wind for After Effects: Quick Tips

Learn how to use Wind to simulate the natural motion of a breeze blowing across Text, Vectors, Video or Shape layers in Native AE 3D space.

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