Hi there! I'm Jared and I'll be giving voice to this tutorial by Ana Mari. We're going to be creating an animated collage, that one right there, it's cool. Right? We'll start by importing the material we're going to use. First the videos and then the music. We'll import the images that we have in a PSD file as compositions to mantain the size of the layers. We'll create a new composition, size 1920 x 1080, 20 frames per second and 12 second duration. We'll take the background image to our composition and we'll scale it to 43%, and we'll fit it. Ok, let's grab the video o f the sea, and we'll take it to the composition. We'll make a circular mask with the shapes tool, put the mask at a 14% Softness. Rotate the video and we'll center it over the background image. The video will start with the wave and we'll make that video last just 10 seconds with the end key on the timeline. Now, drag this sound of the wave and adjust the audio track, so that it fits well with the video, and adjuste the audio level to your taste. Drag the main layer to the composition and we'll position it in the following way. Now, we'll put the keyframes, as well for Rotation using R. Now, with the Keyframe Asistant, we'll do as follows. Once we have this, with the Puppet tool, we'll create the following points on our character, so that we can move the extremities. We have to be careful where we position the points, so that the parts don't deform and to get that fluid and natural movement. After, we'll move the ponts to get the desired position. We'll have to keep playing it to see if the movements are correct. To adjust the speed of the keyframes, we can modify the curves like this. Copy the mask we have here on the wave layer, and we'll create a new adjustment layer and we'll paste it here. We'll put in the option of Alpha Inverted Matte in the layer of the man, so that it mask the effect that we want. Next, with the Pen tool, we'll create different points, so that the mask isn't a circle, but so that it takes on the shape of the waves. Them we'll need another mask to hide the swimmer. So we'll do that in the same adjustment layer. And with the Pen tool we'll do it. Once we have that, we'll modify the swimmer's movements. We have to manage that our movement is realist and fluid. To give our animation a bit more realism, we'll add in a paralel shadow on the man's layer. Duplicate the man's layer, under effects, we'll select the shadow. And now, we'll give it the following parameters. NOw, we'll duplicate the adjustment layer, we'll put it on top of one of the man's layers and we'l make a circular mask. To change the scale, we'll double click. The mask will be in Subtrack Mode. Create another adjustment layer, it'll be on top of all of the layers. We're going to go to Effects, and select that Lumetri Color. And we'll select the following look. And we'll lower the intensity to an 80%. Now, drag the layer with the girl to our composition. And in Effects, we'll select the black and white effect. Now, with Position and Rotation, we'll create the girl's movement. Copy theadjustme layer with the masks and erase the ones that we don't need. And the girl's layer will be in Alpha Inverted Matte. With the Pen tool, we'll make another mask that simulates water that goes over the girl. Moving the timeline, we'll move the mask's points. So that we can adjust it to the effect we want. Modify the girl's scale to and 89%. And next, with the Puppet tool, add in the points to animate the girl's extemities. Next, move the parts of the body, moving throught the timeline, and also selecting the points and taking them to where we want them. So that the movement is repetitive, we'll create a loop. With Alt, cilck on the clock of the key position frames and we'll add in the following expression. So that the movement is more fluid, we'll modify the curves of the keyframes. Copy the expression on all of the points we want to have a repetitive movement. Once we have the movements ready, this layer will be in Alpha Matte in Follow Mode.
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