Tutorial by: flomotion
All I can say is wow. Flomotion is back again with another amazing tutorial, and it seems like his work just keeps on getting better. This time, he shows us how to do this amazing face morph effect using After Effects, that produces this stunning effect, and is sure to add some fire to your arsenal of motion design and VFX projects. This is some amazing free content, so be sure to show some support for flowmotion! Like, subscribe and follow him on his channels as we want to show build up our creators so they keep creating amazing content.
From the instructor:
In this tutorial by flomotion, you will learn how to create an awesome morph within after effects with no third party plugins. Learn all about this famous VFX visual effects technique: MORPHING I am going to show you the whole process from beginning to end, for beginners and professionals. Learn how to shoot your videos and how to prepare them in Premiere Pro and After Effects. Learn how to use the Find Edges effect for a faster and more easy workflow!! After that I am going to show you the principle of a morph and how to get the look of Michael Jackson's "Black or White". Learn a method that combines warping as well as blending with mesh warp, the liquefy tool and transparency / opacity as well as some helpful features like the edge detect or find edges effect. A a special bonus I am going to show you the mesh cut effect in Premiere and how to use it to create separate assets for you perfect morph / morphing clip. No green screen needed. No special software or plugin needed and you can even shoot the footage with your smartphone! In Premiere I will also show you how to use the morph cut for interviews and talking head videos. There will be two special sections within this easy to follow tutorial: 1. the Liquify Tool: in an easy example I am going to show you all you need to know about this effect. how to set it up, how to keyframe it and how to best choose the different tools for shots like retouching or re shaping 2. the Morph Cut in Premiere Pro: You will learn how to use this technique to hide cuts in your Premier Pro timeline and how to adjust the shots as well as the transition effect.