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Free After Effects Template  

by posted in Community, Free Files
Aug 8

Hello there. My name is Danaos Christopoulos and I thought I would make a free After Effects Templates. I think the outcome is really cool. It’s about a logo revealing in slow motion.
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Promote The Cinematic Bundle  

by posted in Community, News
Feb 28

Our latest marketplace bundle, The Cinematic Bundle, is getting ready to launch! On March 7th we will be giving away our biggest value bundle yet – $500 worth of royalty-free AudioJungle and VideoHive files for the just $39. That’s one amazing opportunity! The bundle, containing 15 mouth watering Adobe After Effects project files and 25 epic music and audio files will be available for a limited time, only 4 days, so be ¬†sure to add March 7th to your calendar! Or use this handy .ics calendar file we’ve created to import the event into your chosen calendar app or web app, including iCal, Outlook, Google Calendar and many more!

Referral Opportunity

As you can imagine this bundle is going to sell like hotcakes, so this is a great opportunity to earn some quick referral cash! We’ve created no less than 24 banner graphics that you can add to your own blogs and Web sites to promote the bundle. It’s as simple as downloading one of our banners, adding it to your site, and then hyperlinking the graphic using the following link making sure you replace “username” with your own marketplace username:

Don’t miss out on this great referral opportunity and stay tuned for the launch of The Cinematic Bundle on March 7th.¬†Happy referring!

Universal Expressions in After Effects Project Files  

by posted in Authors
Feb 1

Expression errors caused by varying languages is not new to any After Effects veteran. And as an author, it’s always important to best support your buyers by ensuring that your project files will work for them without any trouble shooting. It’s important to note that VideoHive members hail from all parts of the globe. We have chosen English as the native language for the site, but that doesn’t mean we can’t make it easy for buyers to work with the projects they purchase within their native language.

Our good friend Lloyd Alvarez recently released a script for After Effects called ExpressionUniversalizer. It’s available for download on, and falls under their “name your own price” model. The beautiful thing about this script is that within a few simple clicks, it takes all of the expressions in your project and changes them to universal language. Meaning you can write your expressions in English, and after running the script, your project can be opened in any language and the expressions will always work properly. This effectively eliminates a common issue we see in support. Often times buyers will write in confused about these errors, and the only option up until now was to suggest that they change the language setting within After Effects to English. For someone who’s not particularly comfortable with the English language, it becomes very difficult to work with After Effects.

For the time being, this is nothing more than a simple suggestion. But because the script can be obtained for any price, at some point this process will become a requirement for all projects that contain expressions.