How to Create Neon Text Animation in After Effects Tutorial

Learn how to make Neon Text Animation in After Effects. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to use the Random Fade up and Compound Blur and more...

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What is After Effects?

After Effects is a one of the Editing software, which is mainly using for creating Text and logo Intro Animations for your all kind of videos, it also used for creating 3D Text Intro also. If you want to learn animations or intro effects, I would recommend Adobe After Effects for all your projects. It also has a free trial version of it. let we start, how how to Create Neon Text Animation in After Effect.

Random Fade Up

It is one of the Effects & Presets available in premiere pro. It is used to fading up the text, and also we can decrease the opacity smoothness of the fading text animations.

Neon Text Animation

Neon Text Reflection Effect

Using the Compound Blur Presets and 3D effects, we can create the Text Reflection effects. First, we need to duplicate the neon composition layer then apply the Compound layer effect on the duplicate layer. After that, Make the duplicate layer to 3D, then change the X-Axis value to 90° and align it below the neon text composition.

How to create Neon Text Animation in After Effects Tutorial

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