I'd like to know how to create the following effect:
The text transforms into another text, but it doesn't just fade, it actually transforms (or it at least looks like that).
Any idea how this was done?
(also: the text being written, is that a particular effect also?)
If you mean at 1:20(please provide a time code next time), it's done by using a single mask to write the first words and enabling a mask path. If it was me, the next thing I would do is create another mask and write out my next word, set a keyframe, then copy that keyframe to my first mask. Then just apply Generate Stroke for the writing.
If you have a wacom, you could even use motion sketch to create your words, copy the position keyframes then paste them into the mask properties on a new layer. I tried that with the word capture in this very rush and hurried example. But it should illustrate the technique: 7970_wordtransform.aep.zip
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