Joe Clay | Apr 6, 2018
You know those cool text animations where letters slide in from all sorts of places? They often look hand-animated rather than text animator driven. Well, I set out about finding a way to make them with text animators.
There's probably a way to do this with Expression Selectors, and I'm going to look into that. But for now, this is a neat way to make a repeatable text animation with individual moves for each character.
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UPDATE: We figured out a version using a single Expression Selector per move here. The project files now include this version as another AEP.
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