Do you like the animated elements in Wondershare FilmoraPro? Do you want to learn how to make your own?
A little while ago, we posted a list of YouTube channels where you could get free green screen effects. All of these effects consisted of animations on green backgrounds. To use them, you pull the clip into the PIP track of your Filmora project and use the green screen feature to make the background transparent. It’s pretty easy.
In this post, we’re going to kick things up a bit. Here is a list of places where you can get free lessons on creating your own animated video effects.
The Best Animation Software-Wondershare FilmoraPro
To make animated videos, Wondershare FilmoraPro is recognized for its features and the smooth interface it has. Even a newbie can enter the world of animation and edit the video like a pro with Wondershare FilmoraPro. Its 3D and 2D animations that you can use to create wonderful art in your videos. You can edit and mix audio files to make it sound like a crazy animation that is probably viral on the internet. The outcome you will get will be a well-edited animated video clip that would amaze you in every way.
On this YouTube channel, motion graphics specialist Matt offers free animation tutorials using a variety of programs including Adobe After Effects and Cinema 4D. His lessons are for a range of skill levels, from beginner to advanced. If you are just starting out then Mt.Mograph is a great resource.
Most of the video animation courses on this site are paid, but they have a lot of cool free tutorials as well. The focus is more on animating figures/cartoons than video effects, but if you have any interest in animation more generally then this is a great place to start learning. They even have a free ebook you can download which is targeted at beginners.
This site has a huge number of free After Effects tutorials. There are basic introductory lessons, and really advanced classes on creating custom cinematic FX, like explosions. There’s even a playlist on title design, which will be useful for anyone looking to create an intro sequence for their videos.
Richard Bennett is a writer and a lover of all things video.