You don't need a PayPal account to donate, a credit card Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover will do. Each word is comprised of two layers, a control layer and a text layer. . Show them how to cry when people and pets die. So I'm going to head into my Chapter 5 folder. Distributes words evenly over the length of the composition or work area. Let me just minimize the LayerMonkey here beside and go here.
Then you'll move into very refined, keyframe-specific adjustments using a few different tools: Convert Audio to Keyframes, the Wiggler, ease adjustments, and expressions. My favorite such Windows app is WriteMonkey. So I'm here on the aescripts. Now to change the timing of this, let me actually get rid of the layer marker saved for the current time and I'll bring in these markers to be a little bit closer together so that maybe everything stops animating on screen at 6 second. The stethoscope, I've got a series of controls here. Just to change the animation style.
All you need to do is enter your text into the text box and click build. We then have control over our animation of how these layers are going to animated on screen. Allows for different interpolation for camera movement, auto rotate and auto frame. This includes an infobar you can customize to show document info, or just hit a key to get all the stats on your work. So let's say again now actually looking at the see, I think it's a little bit too far away from the to when it comes in so I'm going to go down to the see's master control.
Seth Rosenblatt Editor of ---. Well let's just take a look and see what TypeMonkey did based on the default settings that I gave it. Let's choose a different animation type in this case. And lets make a couple more changes to this by un-shying our layers. I can also just leave the TypeMonkey layer markers as-is and do a full other customized animation as I see fit.
And LayerMonkey looks a lot similar to TypeMonkey. Preview Video Remember, you can do a lot more with TypeMonkey than just kinetic typography. Is a more powerful version of the camera thats included in most of the others. WriteMonkey is my first choice for writing novels and can be absolutely recommended. So if I dragged up here in the Y space.
So keep in mind I can actually combine this with text layers and create all these type of automatic generations with this but for the time being let me actually head up to the window menu. There are a few monkeys in town. With this set and the movement of the camera to be Smooth Stop and Go this time, let's choose Do It. And actually, I just have a bunch of vector shaped icons here. So we're covering type in LayerMonkey in this movie, but something like MotionMonkey, to give you an idea, works a lot similar to Animation Composer where it can take a ton of layers and autoanimate them onscreen for you. Help them instead to find the wonder and the marvel of an ordinary life.
So you can see here the font size is set to Random. And once I've typed that in, based on again these properties down here, it's going to create some animation. So I'm just going to slide these markers to bring this animation closer together and happen over a lesser period of time. In this video, author Nick Harauz demonstrates how to automate kinetic text animation with TypeMonkey and LayerMonkey. I'm going to make that 60. We can see here we can decide on the layer order of how things come in and I'm actually going to choose this from the bottom down so rather than the top down. It was created with both the novice and expert in mind.
We've got the hospital layer. So I'm just going to click to remove this and we can see here it actually saved these original layer markers which is no longer referencing it. Let's just see how those now animate together. It's going to make everything all caps and the size of the text is set to 32. The speed is set to fast. It's actually using algorithms from TypeMonkey to animate this onscreen or we can choose other defaults like horizontal or vertical. TypeMonkey wants us to enter some text in this screen and then it's going to autoanimate it for us based on some random properties that we see down here.
And we essentially get a composition which just shows us this really just one basic master control and a text layer but you'll notice that there's actually a ton of other layers inside the comp but we can't see them because of this shy switch that's turned on. And once I've typed that in, based on again these properties down here, it's going to create some animation. Not only is it now available at Toolfarm, we also have a couple tutorials for it from aescripts! We can see there that a random layer generation was created. Once we click Do It, it's going to create all of those text layers for us. Let's see how it works.