Lesson 12 – How Wiggle Effects Works in After Effects

Welcome to the 12th Lesson, How Wiggle effect works in Adobe After Effects! In our today’s lesson, we are going to learn about Wiggle effects & its use in Adobe After Effect software. And this lesson is a very important part of Video Editing Course as its related to improve video quality by creativity. So Let’s Start learning by watching this video.

What is the wiggle effect or what is the use of the wiggle effect in after effects? If we wanted to know the answer then it is an expression to create some random movement and to create the random movement special type of expression is used which is called the wiggle expression. The wiggle effect is used to make visualization interesting. And it is used over keyframes as the wiggle effect can be done in a single layer where keyframes have to create in different layers. So there are the theoretical benefits explained about wiggle expression, now come to the practical part and this video lesson can help to understand the practical part well. In our Upcoming next lesson, we will cover How to use Expression by Programming key in Adobe After Effects, So follow our next lesson as well to know more about After Effect Software.

The lesson includes in this video is mentioned below:-

  • What is Wiggle Effects in Adobe After Effects?

  • How wiggle effect work in Adobe After Effects?

  • How to Enable wiggle and from where?

  • How to change frequency and magnitude?

  • How to write any script?

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