How much does {{after-effects}} cost?
The cost of After Effects depends on the plan you choose. As a single app, After Effects costs PRICE - ABM - After Effects for individuals and PRICE - ABM - After Effects for teams. You can also get After Effects in the Creative Cloud All Apps plan, which comes with 20+ additional creative apps like Photoshop and Premiere Pro. The All Apps plan costs PRICE - ABM - Creative Cloud All Apps 100GB for individuals, PRICE - ABM - Creative Cloud All Apps 100GB for the first year for students who meet the eligibility requirement, and PRICE - ABM - Creative Cloud All Apps for teams. All options give you access to all the latest After Effects features and updates, Frame.io for Creative Cloud, an Adobe Express Premium plan, and 100GB of cloud storage. You can start with a seven-day free trial of After Effects, or see plans and pricing
Is there a free version of {{after-effects}}?
You can download a seven-day free trial of After Effects. The free trial is the official, full version of the app. It includes all the features and updates in the latest version of After Effects and After Effects (Beta). Your trial will automatically convert to a paid Creative Cloud membership after seven days, unless you cancel before then. For a quick, easy, and free online video editor, try Adobe Express.
Can I buy {{after-effects}} outright?
After Effects is available only through a Creative Cloud subscription that you pay for either monthly or annually. You can subscribe to After Effects alone or get 20+ apps, including Photoshop, Illustrator, and Premiere Pro, with the Creative Cloud All Apps plan.
What are keyframes in {{after-effects}}?
Keyframes are a foundational tool for adding motion in After Effects. A keyframe defines a specific point in time where a certain aspect of an object has a particular property or value. For example, you can set a keyframe to rotate an object by 90 degrees, change color, or grow in size at a specific timestamp in your video. By setting keyframes at different points in time of your animation, you create the motion, or animation, over the length of your clip.
What are precompositions in {{after-effects}}?
A precomposition is a way to group multiple layers together into a single composition. This helps you stay organized and simplify the main composition. When you create a precompostion in After Effects, you are turning a group of layers into a single layer within a larger composition.
What’s the difference between {{after-effects}} and {{premiere-pro}}?
Premiere Pro works best for video editing, while After Effects is designed for motion graphics and visual effects. Many creators use both in tandem because they address different aspects of video projects and work together seamlessly. One common workflow is to start in Premiere Pro and use After Effects to add visual effects and motion graphics to video projects.