Daniel Brodesky passes on a quick tip to create glitch type effects in After Effects, but using the Time Displacement effect. He shows how this will work for any black and white or greyscale images based off information from his own experimentations with different types of mathematics texts!
Generative effects in After Effects are an easy way to make the entire process look more procedural. This along with its ability run without any keyframes means that it’s flexible for updates or changes on instantiation.
More Resources for Using Time Displacement in Animation
Emanuele Colombo shows how to create auto-animating triangles in After Effects, using the Time Displacement effect and vector shapes. He uses this technique for transitioning between animations that change shape over time.
A look into the world of creating movie magic with After Effects, this post provides some understanding on old-school slit scan photography and how it has been used for displaying temporal relationships in Camera. FilmmakerIQ describes their technique by using Time Displacement – an effect which allows you to move things around within your footage without moving them at all!
Jesse Cervantes posted a look into creating time offset effects in After Effects using three different methods. There was also some resources and references for topic of animation associated with it, including this blog post from Smashing Magazine which has more information on how they did their own animations at Walt Disney Animation Studios!
For those who are interested: In his article “Creating Time Offsets,” Jesse discusses the pros/cons & possibilities when outputting frames out by hours or minutes during an edit session without changing anything else about your timeline while maintaining accurate timing throughout all scenes still playing back simultaneously so you don’t risk anything key due to inaccuracies caused.