Overlay Video on Text or Logo in Adobe After Effects

Overlay video on Text in Adobe After Effects. In this tutorial, you will learn to overlay your video on Text or Logo in Adobe After Effects. This is a 100% editable and easy tutorial for beginners. You can easily change your text or logo if you want.

Project File Details:

UpdatedSeptember 17, 2023
CompatibilityAfter Effects CC
Required PluginNo
Size59.2 MB
CategoryAfter Effects Tutorials

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Step-by-Step Guide to Overlay Video on Text or Logo:

Step 1: Getting Started in Adobe After Effects

  1. Open Adobe After Effects.
  2. Go to the Composition Menu and create a fresh composition.
  3. Rename the composition as “Overlay Video.”
  4. Set the resolution to 1920×1080 pixels, frame rate to 30 frames per second, and duration to 5 seconds, aligning with your video length.

Step 2: Adding Text Overlay

  1. Utilize the Horizontal Type tool from the toolbar.
  2. Insert your desired text.
  3. Increase the text size and align it to the center.

Step 3: Importing Your Video Footage

  1. Head to the File menu.
  2. Select “Import” and import your video footage.
  3. Drag the video layer just below the text layer.

Step 4: Applying Alpha Matte for Overlay Effect

  1. Access the Track Matte options.
  2. Choose “Alpha Matte” for “Overlay Video.”
  3. Optionally, enable motion blur for added visual effect.

Congratulations! Your captivating video inside the text animation is now complete

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