I'm just wondering how people make a light effect like this:
I have seen a tutorial before on this - kinda - effect but it wasn't really clear.
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Not sure because I can't really remember it that good - it was a year ago I think - but yeah. Thanks for the help anyways. I will try to follow that one again.
White to transparent reflected gradient, set on overlay.
Make the gradient about an inch or so to make the light beam.
Move it off the canvas to the left of your image. (make sure you're holding shift)
Windows>Timeline>Create FRAME animation
Set your first frame's time to 2s (or however long you want the animation to not appear)
Create new frame, drag the gradient layer (hold shift) off the canvas to the right.
Hit the tween button (looks like a diagonal line of balls fading) make it about 5 frames or so. The more frames the longer the animation is dragged out.
Change all frames after the first frame to .1s.
I imagine this is probably hard to keep up with.. When I'm home from work I'll see about making a short little video tutorial.
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