Learn how to easily add your video into the screen of any 3D Desktop, Laptop, Tablet, and Mobile Device in After Effects.
In this tutorial, using our 3D Device Animations AE Template, we’ll walk you through how to easily add any video or photo content into the screens of a 3D desktop, laptop, tablet, and mobile device. As well as how to create your own scenes and export them to your video editing software of choice - Premiere Pro, DaVinci Resolve, Final Cut, Vegas, etc.
This super easy-to-use after effects template is designed to let anyone, even without prior After Effects experience, to deliver stunning 3D results with just a few clicks.
This template gives you full control to create your own scenes with any of the four devices. It also comes with 100 pre-animated scenes to save you a ton of time. We used the 16 device placeholders and built an awesome set of pre-animated sequences to showcase the devices in a variety of ways. Each 3D device animation is rendered in 4K with an alpha layer to easily stack and arrange the devices in any style you would like.
It’s the perfect template to advertise mobile apps, showcase portfolios, social media, UX/UI design, gaming commercials, and really anything you want to place in the context of a device’s screen.
No 3rd party plugins necessary.
How To Add Video into the Screen of any 3D Device in After Effects:
- Step 1: Open the 3D Device Animation Sequences of your choice - Mobile, Tablet, Laptop, or Desktop.
- Step 2: Double Click on the Screen Pre-Composition Layer in the timeline.
- Step 3: Drop your media into the Screen composition and reposition / scale accordingly. And the video automagically registers in the screen of the device composition / sequence.
- Step 4: Export ProRes 4444 with Alpha Layer.
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