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Add Snow in After Effects

Add unlimited variations of realistic snow falling over your footage or on your own background with this Adobe After Effects template.

Add unlimited variations of realistic snow falling over your footage or on your own background with this Adobe After Effects template.

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Ever needed to add snow to a video or project you are making in Adobe After Effects? And not just any snow, but realistic snowflakes that looks and feels like snow falling from the sky. If so this project template will be perfect for you, it only takes 2 minutes to understand how to use the template and then you can create UNLIMITED varieties of snow to your scene. You have 8 different styles to choose from in how the snow falls and interacts with your scene. Once you choose your style you have complete controls over: adding motion blur, depth of field, depth of field percent, the random seed value, the amount of snow that is falling, and finally the snowflake size. An English video tutorial is included to show you exactly step by step how to setup your scene. This project requires Adobe After Effects CS6 or newer and also requires Trapcode Particular.

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Works in After Effects CC 2017 and newer.
Also, Trapcode Particular is required for this to work correctly.

The file will be downloaded to your Downloads folder on your local computer.

Once you unzip the file, you can watch the tutorial video file inclosed to learn how to use the template.

Once you open the After Effects project open the ”Add Snow” composition and click layer 1(Controls). In there you have 6 different options to change the way the snow falls down. Below that you also have 8 different types of snow falling styles that you can enable and disable with the eye button.

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