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[Need help] Background Moving after effect

Community Beginner ,
Jun 17, 2021 Jun 17, 2021

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Hi All,

Start learning after effect started for 1month.

Can any pros tell me how can i do this effect with the background is moving ? 

This effect is so interesting ( as per below video) Thanks

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYbGBLFQ45A&ab_channel=HSIANGPINGMusic

 

 

 

Thanks

Chris 

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Adobe Community Professional , Jun 17, 2021 Jun 17, 2021
Hi Crish, Welcome to the worderful world of keyframes and other cool tools. You can achieve the movent of the graphic in your example using Motion Sketch in a very subtle way. Here is a tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hn2XIZJDXC0 Or if you are not afraid of using expressions, you can use the wiggle() expression to achieve a camera shake effect. Check this tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W4Z1iL_B2II Hope this gets you going!

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Mentor , Jun 17, 2021 Jun 17, 2021
This is very simple and basic. You just need to add a little expression to the position property of the background layer (and make sure, that the layer is a bit larger then the composition, since you are moving it around). The expression is something like: wiggle(0.2,20); The first number is the frequency (how often in a second), the second number is the amplitude (how much). Settting frequency to a very low value will result in slow smooth motions. Set the amplitude to the value which fits best...

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Hi Crish,

 

Welcome to the worderful world of keyframes and other cool tools.

 

You can achieve the movent of the graphic in your example using Motion Sketch in a very subtle way. Here is a tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hn2XIZJDXC0

 

Or if you are not afraid of using expressions, you can use the wiggle() expression to achieve a camera shake effect. Check this tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W4Z1iL_B2II

 

Hope this gets you going!

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Thank you so much Sir, this definitely helps me a lot 

It's so much fun of creating video with after effects 🙂 

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This is very simple and basic. You just need to add a little expression to the position property of the background layer (and make sure, that the layer is a bit larger then the composition, since you are moving it around).

 

The expression is something like: wiggle(0.2,20);

 

The first number is the frequency (how often in a second), the second number is the amplitude (how much). Settting frequency to a very low value will result in slow smooth motions. Set the amplitude to the value which fits best.

 

If you want to learn more, try to figure out how you can use slider controllers to set the parameters of the wiggle directly from the effects panel instead of the expression code editor. This will also give you the ability to animate those parameters and dynamically change the wiggle.

 

Much fun!

 

*Martin

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Thanks Martin for this helpful solution

I tried today and definitely works for me and feel so enjoy for playing around after effects with for my anime music video. 🙂

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