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Tutorial: Flow for After Effects Review

By Joey Korenman
After Effects

Animate faster in After Effects.

Flow looks a lot nicer than your average tool in After Effects, but it's not just a pretty face, Flow is a powerful time saver. If you've taken Animation Bootcamp you know how important working in the graph editor is to get your animations polished to perfection.
The mad genius creators of Flow, Zack Lovatt and renderTom, built this tool to take away some of that tedium by giving you the ability to make presets of your animation curves that you can apply with the click of a button. You can even build a library of your favorite curves to share with other animators on a project. Grab a copy of Flow here! Flow has a lot of other powerful features that you're going to want to see in action, so don't delay another moment, check out the Workflow Show! Want Joey's Flow preset pack? Sign up for a free student account below and you can get Joey's After Effects project and the Flow Preset Pack he made for this lesson.
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