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How to Create a Snow Effect in Adobe After Effects CC 2018




Adobe After Effects CC 2018 is a powerful software for creating motion graphics and visual effects. One of the effects that you can create with After Effects is a realistic snowfall that can enhance your winter scenes. In this article, we will show you how to create a snow effect in After Effects CC 2018 using the built-in CC Snowfall effect and some basic settings.


Step 1: Prepare Your Project




To create a snow effect in After Effects, you will need a video clip or an image that you want to add snow to. You can use any footage that you have, or you can download some free stock videos from [Pexels] or [Pixabay]. For this example, we will use a video clip of a snowy landscape from [Pexels].


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First, create a new project in Adobe After Effects CC 2018 (File - New - New Project). Then, import the video clip or the image that you want to use (File - Import - File). Drag the footage to the Create a New Composition button at the bottom of the Project panel. This will create a new composition with the same settings as your footage.


Step 2: Add the CC Snowfall Effect




Next, we will add the CC Snowfall effect to create the snow particles. To do this, go to the Effects & Presets panel (Window - Effects & Presets) and type "snow" in the search field. You will see the CC Snowfall effect under the Simulation category. Drag and drop the effect onto your footage layer in the Timeline panel.


You will see some white dots appear on your footage, which are the snowflakes. To customize the snow effect, go to the Effect Controls panel (Window - Effect Controls) and adjust the settings of the CC Snowfall effect. Here are some of the parameters that you can change:



  • Flakes: This controls the number of snowflakes that are generated. You can increase or decrease this value depending on how dense you want your snowfall to be.



  • Size: This controls the size of the snowflakes. You can make them bigger or smaller depending on how close or far you want them to appear.



  • Scene Depth: This controls how far away the snowflakes are from the camera. You can use this to create some depth and perspective in your scene.



  • Speed: This controls how fast the snowflakes fall. You can make them faster or slower depending on how windy or calm you want your scene to be.



  • Opacity: This controls how transparent or opaque the snowflakes are. You can make them more or less visible depending on how bright or dark your scene is.



  • Variation: This controls how much variation there is in the size, speed, and opacity of the snowflakes. You can use this to create some randomness and diversity in your snowfall.



  • Background Illumination: This controls how much light is reflected by the snowflakes from the background. You can use this to create some realism and contrast in your scene.




You can experiment with different values for these parameters until you get the desired result. For this example, we used these settings:



  • Flakes: 1000



  • Size: 10



  • Scene Depth: 2000



  • Speed: 500



  • Opacity: 80



  • Variation: 50



  • Background Illumination - Influence %: 50




Step 3: Add Some Blending and Blur




To make the snow effect more realistic and natural, we will add some blending and blur effects to it. To do this, first click the Toggle Switches/Modes button at the bottom of the Timeline panel to show the Mode and Track Matte columns. Then, change the mode of the footage layer from Normal to Screen. This will make the snowflakes blend with the background and remove the black color.


Next, we will add some blur to the snowflakes to create some depth of field and motion blur. To do this, go to the Effects & Presets panel and type "blur" in the search field. You will see several blur effects under the Blur & Sharpen category. For this example, we will use the Fast Box Blur effect. Drag and drop the effect onto your footage layer in the Timeline panel.


Go to the Effect Controls panel and adjust the settings of the Fast Box Blur effect. Here are some of the parameters that you can change:



  • Blur Radius: This controls how much blur is applied to the snowflakes. You can increase or decrease this value depending on how blurry you want your snowfall to be.



  • Iterations: This controls how many times the blur is repeated. You can increase or decrease this value depending on how smooth or sharp you want your snowfall to be.



  • Blur Dimensions: This controls whether the blur is applied horizontally, vertically, or both. You can use this to create some direction and movement in your snowfall.




You can experiment with different values for these parameters until you get the desired result. For this example, we used these settings:



  • Blur Radius: 5



  • Iterations: 3



  • Blur Dimensions: Horizontal and Vertical




Step 4: Preview and Render Your Snow Effect




Now that you have created your snow effect in After Effects CC 2018, you can preview it and render it. To preview your snow effect, press the spacebar or the RAM Preview button in the Preview panel. You will see your snowfall animation play in the Composition panel.


To render your snow effect, go to the Composition menu and choose Add to Render Queue. This will open the Render Queue panel, where you can adjust the output settings and choose a destination for your rendered file. Click the Render button to start rendering your snow effect.


Conclusion




In this article, we showed you how to create a snow effect in After Effects CC 2018 using the CC Snowfall effect and some basic settings. You can use this technique to add some realism and atmosphere to your winter scenes. You can also customize and tweak the snow effect to suit your preferences and needs.


We hope you enjoyed this article and learned something new. If you have any questions or feedback, feel free to leave a comment below. Thank you for reading!


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