Discussion on Animated Letters & Numbers with Motion Elements

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Nicely done! :)

Thank you! I really appreciate it! ;)

Perfect animation!

Thank you! I’m happy that you see it that way :)

Great pack! Nice animation!

Thank you for your feedback! :)

Looks great!)

Thank you Levmotion! :)

Thank you Turbomonkeys! :)

Interesting! Congratulations my friend! ;)

Thank you! I’m pleased :)

I watch a lot of work and I liked your work. I sincerely wish good sales. good luck

Thank you very much :)

hey how are you? I bought your animation and its amazing but i have a question… it’s nice to be appear the text but how can I animate the text to desapear? in the video presentation you do the same effect to desappear the text. Its really important to me. Thks

Hey Andresmo! I’m very pleased that you like the project :) Text disappearing is not built in, because the switch between the pre-made scenes is a unique transition. But you can easily make it by: select the text layer, hit U on keyboard copy the “animate in” keyframes and paste where you want to “animate out” (disappear), then select the animate out keyframes, right click and select “Time reverse keyframes”. That’s it! :)

Hello!! I just recently purchased this, and I was able to learn how to use the template to create my own fun typography! But I admit that I’m new to the after affects program…How can I make the background transparent for the new rendering? I went to add it to a new piece of video afterwards and it was unfortunately on a black background….Thanks in advance!

Hello Woventalesdesigns17! The background is transparent by default. So you need to have the right settings at render. Not all the file formats have alpha channel. So for example you can render it in a PNG sequence, but make sure that at the VideoOutput/Channels it is set to RGB+Alpha. Quicktime/Animation format has also Alpha channel, or Targa Sequence, AVI, etc. But you always have to set it RGB+Alpha, because you need both channels, the color and also the transparent (alpha). Hope this helps! Let us know if you have any more questions! :)