If you are looking to create an amazing Brush Slideshow animation then this is the best tutorial for you. In this tutorial, you will learn to create a brush slideshow animation in Adobe After Effects. After watching my tutorial, you will easily create your own brush slideshow animation without any plugin or expression. This is a short and easy tutorial specially for beginners and this is 100% editable. You can easily change the images or replace the video if you want.
Let’s get started!
Step 1: Open Adobe After Effects and create a new composition. Rename it to Brush Slideshow. Set the resolutions to 1920×1080 Pixels, the frame rate to 30 frames per second, and set the duration to 20 seconds.
Step 2: Go to the File Menu > Import > Import the brush transitions videos. Go to the composition menu then create a New Composition and rename it to brush 01. Set the duration to 10 seconds.
Step 3: Click the brush composition and Press Control D to make it duplicate. Drag the brush Transition to Brush 1, and brush 2 compositions. Double-click the Brush 1 composition. The Brush Composition would be only 5 seconds longer so let’s fix this. Make sure you are in the second last frame. Now, press Shift Control and D to split the brush transition footage layer. Right-click on the duplicated layer Go to the Time and Select Freeze Frame. Now, drag the frame to 10 seconds.
Step 4: Select the brush 1 composition and press Control D to make it duplicate. Double click the brush 3 composition. Right-click the bottom layer goes to transform and select flip vertical.
Step 5: Go to the File Menu > Import the required images. Create a new composition and rename it to Image 01. Select the image 1 composition and press Control+D to make it duplicate two times. Drag the images to the image composition and adjust the image size.
Step 6: Go to the Brush Slideshow composition and drag the brush 1 comp then drag the image 1 comp just below the brush composition. Go to track matte. And Choose Luma matte “Brush 1”. Select the image 1 composition and press S to open scale properties then add a keyframe and drag the keyframe to the last frame. Go to the first frame and increase the image size to 15%. Select both keyframes then Right click and Go to the keyframe assistant and choose easy ease.
Step 7: Repeat the 6 steps for image 2. Select brush 2 and image 2 layers and drag to the 4 seconds.
We are done! Our Brush slideshow animation is ready.
Here you can download the Brush Transition footage (4.8 MB)