In today's tutorial I will show you a very simple but essential visual effect in Adobe After Effects: how to make things glow!
In this After Effects tutorial we will apply a glow effect to both a static element in the scene (the rubber duck) as well as to a moving element in the scene (my hands). Here is a screenshot of the final effect we will be creating:
Note that I do not cover how to create the lightning effect in this tutorial. You can learn all about how to create lightning in Adobe After Effects in myAdvanced Lightning In Adobe After Effects tutorial.
Let's get started with the tutorial!
Hi, i m atmiya.my problem is that when i import audio into the project its look like streched out.it not play as normal rate.
Thanks, Tobias! Getting started with AE, and this is exactly what I needed. Subscribed and learning. Thank you!
When i finished with rotoscope with rotobrush, i put some glow effect in it and it works on timeline. But when i export it as a video. The rotobrush effect doesnt want to shown up? What should i do?
Are you working in 'full resolution' when you apply your roto brush? You are likely using a different resolution in your timeline and for your final export.