14.01.2021

Adobe After Effects Twitch Effect

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  1. Twitch For After Effects
  2. Adobe After Effects Twitch Plugin
  3. Adobe After Effects Price

Video Copilot – Twitch. Twitch is a Plug-in for After Effects that synchronizes random operators to create stylistic video effects for motion graphics and visual effects. Create Chaos. 6 Built-in Operators. 7 Video Tutorials. 10 Free Twitch Sound Effects. 25 Effects Presets. Click Download After Effects below to begin downloading After Effects. Follow the onscreen instructions to sign-in and install. Follow the onscreen instructions to sign-in and install. (Don’t worry if you start on the free trial page. After Effects is part of the Linear video editing family. This is the video editing post-production process of selecting, arranging and modifying images and sound in a predetermined, ordered sequence.

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  • Video can be exported with the After Effects Render Queue or with Adobe Media Encoder.
  • Video with a transparent layer needs to be exported with an alpha channel.

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Export with the Render Queue

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  1. Select the composition in the Project Window
  2. Go to File > Export > Add to Render Queue.
  3. In the Render Queue window change the Outfit Module by clicking on Lossless.
  4. For Format choose Quicktime.
  5. In Video Output set channels to RGB for regular video. For a video with an alpha channel choose RGB + Alpha.
  6. Click Format Options and choose Apple ProRes 422 (LT) for regular video and or Apple ProRes 4444 for an alpha channel.
  7. The Audio Output setting defaults to Auto. Audio will only be exported if the composition has audio. Audio can also be set to on or off.
  8. Click OK
  9. Set the out put destination by click on the composition name next to Output To. Browse to your folder and click OK
  10. Click Render in the top right corner to start to exporting the video.


Export with Adobe Media Encoder

Adobe After Effects Twitch Effect
  1. Select the composition in the Project Window
  2. Go to File > Export > Add to Adobe Media Encoder Queue.
  3. Adobe Media Encoder will open with the composition added to the Queue.
  4. To change the preset drag the desired preset on top of the default preset.
  5. * Use 1920 Screening ProRes 422 LT for regular video.
  6. For an alpha channel use CCAM ProRes 4444 Playback.
    1. Click on the CCAM ProRes 4444 Playback setting in the Queue to open the settings.
    2. The Video Codec should be Apple Pro Res 444.
    3. Set the Render at Maximum Depth setting to 16-bpc + Alpha.
    4. Click OK
  7. Click the text in the Output File column to set the export location. Browse to your folder and click Save
  8. Click the green play button in the top right corner to start to exporting the video.

Adobe After Effects Twitch Plugin


  • Note: Always export the file to the local computer, watch the export and then copy your file onto the server after it is finished.


Vida windows 10 install.

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Maybe asking way too much from a beta solution.
Here's the stitch.
1. Have main scene running
2. Have 2nd scene setup to run an after effects transition wipe (a swooping graphic with transparent background)
3. Hit hotkey for 2nd scene
4. profit
I have really been digging into OBS for the last 3 months or so.
I know I could derp around and get my after effects to export to a gif with bright green background and then chromakey via OBS.
That's the nitty gritty way.
Another way, which totally acceptable, would be if we could chromakey actual video files.
Lets say I put a bright green background to my after effects file and then export it as .avi/mp4/whatever.
I have that video file play and am able to chromakey the actual video file in OBS.
Is there a graceful way of doing this or am I overstepping beta?