– 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!
How to use Pixel_Encoder:
- Replace the included video file with the footage you want to convert.
- Tweak the settings to adjust brightness, contrast, and colors.
- Change the composition duration to match the video file you’re converting.
- In the Render Queue, Click the drop-down arrow next to “Render Settings” and load the included preset.
- And BOOM…. You’re ready to export. Pretty easy, ain’t it?