$39.00

Pixel_Encoder

Modular video converting system for Adobe After Effects CC. Create eye-catching pixel animations and export to use in any software!

INCLUDES:

– User-friendly video converting system to create eye-catching pixel animation sequences

– 7 fully modular presets for a variety of pixelated styles

– 12 pre-made visual assets to get you started

– All packaged in one convenient Adobe After Effects Project File (Compatible with Version CC 17.1 or higher)

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Pixel_Encoder: Unlike Any Other Product On The Market

I know, because I looked. I wanted to create a series of animations just like the ones you see here, but my search for the right tool came up empty. After months of R&D, I’ve done all the work so you can skip straight to the fun part. Executing your vision.

Pixel_Encoder offers functionality like no other.

Pixel_Encoder comes packed with 7 presets to fulfill all your encoding needs. And due to advancements in quantum-pixel technology, all 7 presets can be layered to create never before seen earth-shattering visuals. Pretty cool, right?

"But After Effects Scares me!"

Trust me, you got this. I built Pixel_Encoder to be incredibly user friendly, so VFX beginners can jump in and create stunning animations in a matter of seconds.

Still worried? Check out my video tutorial here where I walk you through the process from beginning to end.

Get professional results without professional footage

Pixel_Encoder uses your source footage as a reference to create its own animations, so you can achieve studio quality results no matter what you’re shooting with—even your cell phone.

I shot the video above in my apartment with one light and a black sheet.

Now it’s one of my favorite clips.

Get started making professional-quality grungy pixel animations in seconds!

TUTORIAL

How to use Pixel_Encoder:

  1. Replace the included video file with the footage you want to convert.
  2. Tweak the settings to adjust brightness, contrast, and colors.
  3. Change the composition duration to match the video file you’re converting.
  4. And BOOM…. You’re ready to export. Pretty easy, ain’t it?