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Animated Tron Lines Tutorial for After Effects technology after effects



Inspired by the title sequence from Disney’s Tron Legacy, this tutorial shows you how to create the animated lines seen in the sequence.

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I recently recreated the entire Tron intro sequence using Cinema 4D and Adobe After Effects. A Visual Effects Breakdown is included. You can view it here:

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44 thoughts on “Animated Tron Lines Tutorial for After Effects technology after effects”

  1. Can you make an intro for my YouTube channel. That kind of animation and the line will be writing the word circuit films which will be my YouTube channel name. If that's okay

  2. While I appreciate the tutorial, you skipped several key pieces making this rather difficult to follow such as jumping from drawing one shape to drawing multiple shapes within the layer, and also jumping from drawing the shapes to having them alread painted as masks for the next step.

  3. If the background turns black when choosing "Reveal Original Image" just have the first stroke as "Reveal Original Image" and the rest of the strokes after that as "On Original Image". That will correctly layer the strokes to show all of them with the desired fill color.

  4. Instead of using strokes with right angles moving at a constant speed, I have done a curved line which accelerates with physics. Is there a way I can copy velocity information from the stroke path to the position of the null object?

  5. he question! I am working on a video and I have a motherboard shot and what i am trying to do is tracking the lines on the motherboard, and then have it have those electric effects. But the tracking is where it faults. What would you advice to use?

  6. I got a question! I basicly have a moving camera that rotates around a subject, and I want those lines to stay correct on the movements, So i have a CPU chip and I want these tron lines to move out from it, but at the same time it zooms in and rotates. Can you tell me how, or where to look under?

  7. There was only mask 1 when I was trying to choose mask 2(2:50). Then I found out he actually drew three lines in the beginning, but he didn't mention it in the video..
    And he didn't say you need to duplicate the null object at 10:00, and line up all the null objects…

  8. This probably seems like the simpliest part but when I create the path for my masks, they don't appear on the screen. Then when i add the stroke effect and apply the end stopwatch, nothing happens and the screen is just blank. I am struggling to make it appear as I followed your tutorial. Am I missing something?

  9. Not really what I hopped onto youtube to find, but I couldn't not watch a Tron tutorial! This was awesome, absolutely awesome, very cool stuff. Loved that you went the whole way and added the flicker and the grid. Nice work.

  10. Hi there. Nice tut by the way, nothing too difficult about it. What I want to know is, how you did a camera move ? Did you use an offset on the grid and then follow a null/light – basically want to know how you set the pan up. Thanks Dan

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