|Name||FX Gradient 1.0 for After Effects.zip|
|Created on||2019-10-12 15:10:14|
|Files||FX Gradient 1.0 for After Effects.zip (7.42 MB)|
The most user-friendly way to create advanced gradient ramps in After Effects! Easily create and edit linear, radial, angular and reflected ramps with the click of a button, and colorize them with one of the 30 trendy and useful color presets. Even add some special FX options like tiling, grain and turbulence !
Most of the Adobe applications come with some small icons that allow you to choose a gradient type among presets (for both shape and color) before applying it.
But, curiously, After Effects doesn’t offer such some gradient options ! AE’s gradient ramp just come as a rather limited effect, that you have to apply manually onto your layer. It only offers 2 basic modes – linear and radial (that you have to re-center each time manually), plus it always begins with black and white and doesn’t offer any angle, tiling nor special FX option…
A really nice other plugin called YY Ramp+, available here on aescripts also as a Name Your Own Price product, allows you to choose from additional shapes, like angular, reflected or diamond (and does offer some useful other options like midpoint, opacity per color, blending mode…), but you still have to apply this effect again and again on each layer, and to tweak the colors and options afterwards, in order to achieve the desired result.
Being able to just create horizontal linear ramps, simple centered radial gradients or angular ramps that you can turn with an angle parameter (useful for creating “radar” like designs for example) shouldn’t be that frustrating, so… I decided to create my own toolset !
A simple toolset that allows you to create your desired gradient type in a really fast and convenient way, by clicking the corresponding icon button, just like you would do within other Adobe Programs.
- After Effects CC 2019, CC 2018, CC 2017, CC 2015.3, CC 2015, CC 2014, CC, CS6
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- Developer Website
What’s new in FX Gradient 1.0
- Initial release