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Bruce
12/12/2014
What is that song in the background at the begining and end of this tutorial.
Thanks
brandon
12/11/2014
can you set the default video sound to like 25-30% instead of 75%? it's loud MAN! lol thanks.
KC
10/17/2014
I'm wondering if any one knows how to create an actual star instead of the top half of one? Just trying to figure that out
NemART
12/02/2014
Andrew mentioned it briefly during star trek intro video. Here's my version of this Solar tutorial with Element 3D instead of CC Sphere. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ofKH5V5fOw
yamato
10/11/2014
this tut is really cool. built-in plugin makes it more powerful.
rj
09/10/2014
I cant get pass the camera control part how do I get the note pad thing to come up for the expressions. I tried typing them in but wont work
lucien
07/30/2014
Thank you
The_KOOPT
07/24/2014
Master Andrew. I will follow you to the rest of the galaxy.
Ed
07/14/2014
Awesome tutorial! For those having problems with the Glow layer, take a look at this video and it'll explain everything you need to know as to why your glow layer is showing up IN FRONT of your Star Map layer. http://greyscalegorilla.com/blog/tutorials/understanding-2d-and-3d-layer-order-in-after-effects/
I'm your dadi
07/13/2014
I don't have Orient Towards Camera
Ekram
07/12/2014
I can't get past where you make the elipsis glow thing. Everytime I do it the planet wont show.
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149. Solar Atmosphere
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Posted on Apr 23, 2014
TUTORIAL NOTES:
value+lookAt(thisComp.activeCamera.toWorld([0,0,0]),position)[0] value+lookAt(thisComp.activeCamera.toWorld([0,0,0]),position)[1] value+lookAt(thisComp.activeCamera.toWorld([0,0,0]),position)[2]