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Tutorial: Photo Cutout Effect

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I just got After Effects recently and I don't really know how to use it. I came across this video on youtube:

https://youtu.be/r4SfrrFy1xM

and I was wondering if anyone knows how to make that scrapbook cutout effect? Also, how do you make the photos move, disappear, and transition to other photos? 

 

thank you in advance!! 

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There is no automatic way to do that. It's all layers and masking. Draw a mask on a layer, duplicate the layer, change the mask from add to subtract on the copy, and animate position. You can use track mattes, set matte, and lots of other techniques to do the masking. 

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Tutorial: Photo Cutout Effect

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I just got After Effects recently and I don't really know how to use it. I came across this video on youtube:

https://youtu.be/r4SfrrFy1xM

and I was wondering if anyone knows how to make that scrapbook cutout effect? Also, how do you make the photos move, disappear, and transition to other photos? 

 

thank you in advance!! 

처음으로170205+ | +REWIND170205+ **Subtitles available in 16 languages (turn on CC) Released 2019.12.04 🎵Listen to CL's new songs: http://smarturl.it/inthenameo...
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Correct answer by Rick Gerard | Adobe Community Professional

There is no automatic way to do that. It's all layers and masking. Draw a mask on a layer, duplicate the layer, change the mask from add to subtract on the copy, and animate position. You can use track mattes, set matte, and lots of other techniques to do the masking. 

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There is no automatic way to do that. It's all layers and masking. Draw a mask on a layer, duplicate the layer, change the mask from add to subtract on the copy, and animate position. You can use track mattes, set matte, and lots of other techniques to do the masking. 

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