Ok, I admit, it isn’t often your project has a color correction slider. And it’s probably even less often that you’d be online searching for for how to animate one, but just in case the perfect storm has transpired, I’m answering that question today.
The beauty of these ‘color correction’ UI animations is that After Effects recognizes Photoshop adjustment layers. This is awesome because then all you have to do is design as you normally would in Photoshop, bring it into Adobe After Effects, and animate your UI.
In putting this together, I couldn’t find a complete breakdown of Photoshop adjustment layers supported by After Effects on a straight import. So, I went through and tested them all. Below are the SHOCKING results. Ok, it’s not really that shocking, they’re pretty much just results with zero shock.
Photoshop Adjustment Layers that Work
Adjustment Layers that do not work (and how to recreate it in After Effects)
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