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Transform each tool in Illustrator - Something similar in After effects?

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Sep 01, 2021 Sep 01, 2021

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Hello

 

im bit struggleing with finding a way for changing a positions with each dot individualy (prview in attached file). This tool is working great in illustrator, but i need better result (resolution and smoother move). Maybe there is a way to make it in after effects?

 

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thank you so much for any help!

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Sep 01, 2021 Sep 01, 2021

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You can do something similar using the wiggle transform operator for shape layers. Even you can export your illustrator file, convert it into a shape layer to use the wiggle transform operator.

 

Also, you have some alternatives like particle effects to create a more organic look (Trapcode Particular or Superluminal Sardust)

 

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If shape layer operators don't work sufficiently, then a simple wiggle() expression to a slider that controls amplitude will also do and of course this can be expanded upon and refined almost infinitely to create all kinds of motion patterns.

 

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