VinhSon Nguyen Creative Dojo shows you how to create highly detailed and technical-looking displacements with Trapcode MIR in After Effects using Jsplacement. Displacments are pretty easy to do – they’re just greyscale image maps that dictate which parts will appear raised or lowered when the final tessellation takes place!
J Splacement is a handy and free tool that can instantly create 8K pseudo-random displacement maps. The name comes from Grigori Shevtsov, who created it in Java Script for Unity users to use easily on their own projects or even just as an experiment with creating interesting visuals quickly!
With JSplacement, you can create highly detailed technical looking displacement maps that will work with any other software. The app is available on windows and mac as well as Linux so it’s super easy to use!
MAKES YOU A BETTER CREATOR: When generating a new 3D scene in After Effects, it’s easy to overlook the details. But using tools like MIR from Trapcode can help bring your project together with just one click of the mouse!
MIR is part of their suite 14 for this program which offers an extensive range or features that will expand creativity into more creative directions as well as having access right there at hand when needed most – no need searching around various sites hoping you find them again later on only because they’re not always put up front where all could see clearly what each tool does before purchasing said item etc..