Using Fractal Noise And Wipes For More Interesting Fade Effect In After Effects

You can create an interesting fade effect in After Effects that will make your video more engaging.

You may have noticed the word “fading” come up often when talking about what’s happening with visuals for movies, TV shows and other types of productions; this is because its use has really taken off recently!

That said though there are always ways to expand on these looks by adding things like motion graphics or custom animation sequences which give them even MORE personality – funny enough sometimes people don’t realize how easy it was done until after they see everything put together (in addition you get all sorts beautiful outcomes).

Daniel Brodesky shows a quick tip for using black and white maps in After Effects, which is helpful when you want your fade effect to be more dynamic than just animating opacity. It’s also possible to use these same tools on gradients or even custom shapes with alpha channels if needed!

a quick tip for using a black and white map as the premise for a fade effect in After Effects

The gradient wipe effect is easy to use if you are looking for some creative opportunities. It’s because this type of video editing works with black and white pixels that provides an interesting look into how it can be used, procedurally or otherwise!

Procedurally generated black and white maps are a great way to create interesting animations without having the limitations of pre-made images. If you’re using this type of map, it’s possible for us as developers or artists in general to keyframe visual changes by creating new textures with specific colors on them that will give off an effect when we wipe over those areas; which can be done during gameplay too!