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After Effects plugin Physics now



Learn to create a pinball machine using the PhysicsNOW! plugin for After Effects. Go here to check out the plugin http://bit.ly/2GXJKw5

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Kevin - The Basic Filmmaker
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Kevin - The Basic Filmmaker

Hello again Mikey! SOMEHOW (promise not me), I was no longer subscribed nor had notifications on, and thought you quit making videos. So glad you are still making videos as learned a ton from you, AND, I am going to contact my YoouTube rep and ask WHAT THE HELL?? 🙂

Nameless Guy
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Nameless Guy

Wow this plugin is awesome, thx for sharing!

Xandercorp
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Xandercorp

This plug in and Newton 3 need to have a baby together. 😀

Energetic Fox Studios
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Energetic Fox Studios

Really cool plug in. Will definitely help with certain motion graphics scenes. Heck, you can even use this for 2D game compositions/animations.

TimmyCrackCorn
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TimmyCrackCorn

Cool video, Mikey, thanks. I am curious about how it compares to Newton, naturally. Would you consider doing a comparison/contrast video of the two showing pros and cons of both? Or perhaps just a short/main list here in the comments? Thanks!

ShadowRipper 25
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ShadowRipper 25

can it do what Newton 3 can? I am wondering which one to buy

Karol Polokolsek
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Karol Polokolsek

Really cool… It might solve problem i had recently: Can you somegow stick a drop of coffe to a mug so the drop's anchor is on the edge of the mug and the drop respects gravity (it's always oriented down)? (Ways I found to do it was only newton plugin, or animation by hand. Do you maybe know how to do it with this plugin or some expression?)

Vegard Pedersen
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Vegard Pedersen

That looks cool Mikey 🙂