Make a big scene bigger. Create cinematic movie titles, intros, and transitions. Remove an object from a clip. Start a fire or make it rain. Animate a logo or character. With After Effects, the industry-standard motion graphics and visual effects software, you can take any idea and make it move.
There’s nothing you can’t create with After Effects.
Animators, designers, and compositors use After Effects to create motion graphics and visual effects for film, TV, video, and the web.
Roll credits. Spin words. Twirl titles.
Create animated titles, credits, and lower thirds. Start from scratch or with one of the animation presets available right inside the app. From spin to swipe to slide — there are countless ways to make your text move with After Effects.
Explosive effects. Mind-blowing results.
Combine videos and images to send a UFO across the sky or create an explosion — the possibilities are endless. Remove objects like booms, wires, or even people. Apply hundreds of effects to do anything from adding fog to making it snow. And create VR videos to drop your audience right into the center of the action.
Set anything in motion—from logos to shapes to cartoons—with keyframes or expressions. Or use presets to kick-off your designs and get unique results.
Plays well with others.
After Effects works seamlessly with other Adobe apps. Create comps and immediately see how they look in Premiere Pro with Adobe Dynamic Link. Import work from Photoshop, Illustrator, Character Animator, Adobe XD, and Animate. Use Team Projects to collaborate with editors no matter where they’re located. And After Effects is integrated with 300+ software and hardware partners.
Remove objects from video clips fast and easy
Want an object or person gone from your footage? With Content-Aware Fill, remove unwanted items quickly — no need to mask or cut out frame by frame.
Supercharge your animation flow
Get depth passes from native 3D elements
Apply depth effects such as Depth of Field, Fog 3D, and Depth Matte so elements look natural — or use depth data to simulate 3D looks.