**Universal Infography V1** is a professional After Effects CS4 project which offers unlimited possibilities. The main power of this project is in wide customization which allows you to create your own styles of Pie Charts or Graphs.

This project offers you four different types of infographic elements – Pie Chart Type1 (3 Reveal animations), Pie Chart Type2 (2 Reveal animations), Circle Graph (4 Reveal Animations) and Bar Graph (3 Reveal animations). This gives you **12 different elements**, all in separate compositions and all of them offer you **a lot of customization** preferences.

**Features:**

- Tested on After Effects CS4 and CS5 English versions
- Full HD resolution
**1920×1080**@ 25fps -
**172 text**placeholders for graph descriptions and graph names. -
**No plugins**required - Detailed
**video tutorial**with subtitles will guide you step by step. **Very easy to edit.**- Used font can be downloaded here.
- Renders fast

Audio is not included.

Music “**Night In Montreal**” from Audiojungle author **MusicPremium** can be purchased HERE.

**To show you how much of customization can be done in this project, I’ve written an explanation for every preference which can be customized. You will find a copy of this in .txt file in the package as well.**

Every PIE/GRAPH has its own customization layer called “CONFIGURATION”.
By editing preferences in this layer, you can customize the whole look of the PIE/GRAPH.
Here are the explanations what each preference means.

**Compositions PIE1 / PIE2 / PIE3**

(1) Number of Pieces (1-10) – Divide graph into 1 to 10 pieces.

(2) Pie Scale – Change size of the whole graph, excluding numbers inside graph + dots + their descriptions.

(3) Pie Position – Move the whole graph in x,y dimensions.

(4) AmountText Size – Change size of the numbers showing amounts inside the graph.

(5) AmountText Distance – Change the distance of these numbers from the middle of the graph.

(6) AmountText Color – Change the color of these numbers.

(7) Dots Style – Turn on/off the 3D look (bevel and emboss) of the dots nearby descriptions.

(8 ) Dots Scale – Change the size of all dots + descriptions at once.

(9) Dots Spacing – Change the distance between each dot + description. Useful when using only few or a lot of graph pieces.

(10) Dots Position – Move with all the dots + descriptions.

(11) Shadows – Turn on/off drop shadow effect for all pieces of graph + dots.

(12) Input 1-10 Amount % – Insert amounts of different pieces of graph. Together must be the amount of 100. Watch the tutorial to see how to insert these values.

(13) Input 1-10 Color – Change the color for each piece of graph. Automatically changes the color for assigned dot.

**Compositions PIE4 / PIE5**

(1) Number of Pieces (1-15) – Divide graph into 1 to 15 pieces.

(2) Pie Scale – Change size of the whole graph, excluding numbers inside graph + dots + their descriptions.

(3) Pie Position – Move the whole graph in x,y dimensions.

(4) AmountText Size – Change size of the numbers showing amounts inside the graph.

(5) AmountText Distance – Change the distance of these numbers from the middle of the graph.

(6) AmountText Color – Change the color of these numbers.

(7) Maximum Amount – Insert the maximum possible amount for piece of graph. Piece with the same amount as maximum amount will be scaled to its full size.

(8 ) Dots Style – Turn on/off the 3D look (bevel and emboss) of the dots nearby descriptions.

(9) Dots Scale – Change the size of all dots + descriptions at once.

(10) Dots Spacing – Change the distance between each dot + description. Useful when using only few or a lot of graph pieces.

(11) Dots Position – Move with all the dots + descriptions.

(12) Shadows – Turn on/off drop shadow effect for all pieces of graph + dots.

(13) Input 1-15 Amount – Insert amounts of different pieces of graph. All amounts must be not higher than Maximum Amount (7). Watch the tutorial to see how to insert these values.

(14) Input 1-15 Color – Change the color for each piece of graph. Automatically changes the color for assigned dot.

**Compositions GRAPH1 / GRAPH2 / GRAPH3 / GRAPH4**

(1) Number of Graphs (1-10) – Set number of curved lines you want to work with. Choose between 1 to 10.

(2) Graph Position – Move the whole graph in x,y dimensions.

(3) Graph Scale – Change size of the whole graph, excluding dots + descriptions.

(4) Graph Rotation – Rotate the whole graph. Numbers showing amounts next to graph will automatically rotate against this rotation, so their angle will always stay 0 degrees = they’ll be always readable.

(5) Thickness – Change the thickness of every graph line.

(6) Distance – Change the distance between the lines, allowing you to create unique visual combinations.

(7) Maximum Input – Insert the maximum possible amount for piece of graph. Piece with the same amount as maximum amount will be filled to its full length.

(8 ) AmountText Size – Change size of the numbers showing amounts next to the graph.

(9) AmountText Distance – Change the distance of these numbers from the side of the graph (allowing you to move them inside the graph).

(10) AmountText Color – Change the color of these numbers.

(11) Dots Style – Turn on/off the 3D look (bevel and emboss) of the dots nearby descriptions.

(12) Dots Scale – Change the size of all dots + descriptions at once.

(13) Dots Spacing – Change the distance between each dot + description. Useful when using only few or a lot of graph pieces.

(14) Dots Position – Move with all the dots + descriptions.

(15) Shadows – Turn on/off drop shadow effect for all pieces of graph + dots.

(16) Input 1-10 Amount – Insert amounts of different pieces of graph. All amounts must be not higher than Maximum Amount (7). Watch the tutorial to see how to insert these values.

(17) Input 1-10 Color – Change the color for each piece of graph. Automatically changes the color for assigned dot.

**Compositions BARGRAPH1 / BARGRAPH2 / BARGRAPH3**

(1) Number of Graphs (1-10) – Set number of graph bars you want to use. Choose between 1 to 20.

(2) Graph Position – Move the whole graph in x,y dimensions.

(3) Graph Scale – Change size of the whole graph, excluding dots + descriptions.

(4) Minimum Amount – This graph gives you one very important possibility – it can start from a different number than 0.

(5) Maximum Amount – Insert maximum possible amount. Combined with minimum amount it creates a range in which your graphs will rise.

(6) Amount Divides – The range between Minimum and Maximum Amount is shown by these Numbers on the left side of the graph. Thanks to expressions you don’t have to edit these values, they are calculated automatically. In this option you can choose how many of these numbers dividing Max. and Min. Amount will be shown. You can choose from 0 to 9.

(7) LeftText Distance – The distance of the numbers on the left side of graph from graph itself. Useful when working with different sizes of these numbers.

(8 ) LeftText Size – Size of the font of these numbers.

(9) LeftText Color – Change the colors of these numbers.

(10) Vertical Scale – Scale the whole graph in vertical manner. Scales the whole structure of graph, including bars, helpful lines and numbers on the left.

(11) Horizontal Scale – Scale only the graph border lines and helpful lines in horizontal manner. Bars are not scaling, because they are fully customizable in horizontal manner by editing (13), (14) and (15).

(12) Lines Thickness – Change the thickness of the lines creating the border of graph.

(13) Bars Thickness – Change the thickness of every bar in graph by editing this amount.

(14) Bars Distance – Change the distance between each bar in graph.

(15) Bars X Position – Move with all the graph bars in X dimension.

(16) Shadows – Turn on/off drop shadow effect for all bars of graph + dots.

(17) Additional Lines – Turn on/off the top and the right lines creating the part of graph border.

(18) Additional Small Highlights – Turn on/off Small Highlights. Small Highlights are thick short helpful lines right next to the numbers on the left side of graph. Each number has one thick line which continues inside the graph with thin dotted line called Big Highlight.

(19) Additional Big Highlights – Turn on/off Big Highlights. Big Highlights are thin dotted helpful lines inside the graph. Each number on the left side has one Big Highlight line inside the graph.

(20) BigHighlight Scale – First value – edit spaces between lines in Big Highlight lines (allowing you to create straight lines instead of dotted). Second value – change the thickness of these lines.

(21) Elements Color – Change the color of the graph border and all helpful lines (Small&Big Highlights). Useful when using a dark background behind the graph.

(22) Dots Style – Turn on/off the 3D look (bevel and emboss) of the dots nearby descriptions.

(23) Dots Scale – Change the size of all dots + descriptions at once.

(24) Dots Spacing – Change the distance between each dot + description. Useful when using only few or a lot of graph pieces.

(25) Dots 1-10 Position – Move with first 10 dots + their descriptions.

(26) Dots 11-20 Position – Move with second 10 dots + their descriptions. No need to use this function when using 10 or less bar graphs (1).

(27) Input 1-20 Amount – Insert amount for each bar graph. All amounts must be not higher than Maximum Amount (5) and not lower than Miminum Amount (4). Watch the tutorial to see how to insert these values.

(28) Input 1-20 Color – Change the color for each bar of graph. Automatically changes the color for assigned dot.

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