To get interesting results, try TypeMonkey with other scripts that generate markers, such as. For our case, let's just say that we wanted to preserve the layer markers. Richard Norden, Writer --- Quit aping around and eliminate distractions that keep you from writing with WriteMonkey, which brings the focus of the typewriter without losing some of the best tools from computers. I'm going to increase the space between these two objects. We've got the hospital layer. Let's see how that updates overall in the animation. Do not ask your children to strive for extraordinary lives such striving may seem admirable but it is a way of foolishness.
Any idea how I can fix this? I'm going to set it to Constant for the time being. There are a few monkeys in town. It's getting closer to the I. That involves us actually hopping in and seeing the layers that have been shy. Move it away from the medical kit and actually change its timing a little bit. The speed is set to fast.
So keep in mind I can actually combine this with text layers and create all these type of automatic generations with this but for the time being let me actually head up to the window menu. Let me just minimize TypeMonkey here so we can see this a bit better. It has this whole new master control. LayerMonkey can achieve similar results with text when using layered Illustrator files, but all those layers need to be prepared manually. Just want to outline, which is just that the background has moved to the top of the layer stack and I'm just going to unlock it for a second, move it down, and lock it again.
Just to change the animation style. Let's just see how those now animate together. Later, Orin Zucker found that in some cases, the Ray-Traced 3D renderer can cause the slowdown, so change the to Classic 3D. This application is a phenomenal implementation of a simple Markdown editor. Here's an example of work done with TypeMonkey: There are a number of and at the TypeMonkey website and at : In , Lloyd Alvarez shows how to use with TypeMonkey.
I'm going to set it to medium just for this case. And let's just make a quick change here to the movement of the Monkey Cam to choose Smooth Constant instead of Smooth Stop and Go. Now let's take a look at LayerMonkey. I'm going to make that 60. So if I dragged up here in the Y space.
And once I've typed that in, based on again these properties down here, it's going to create some animation. Now something's happened here in my composition. LayerMonkey is more flexible but requires more setup and TypeMonkey is fast and easy but more limited. This course explores major plugin packages, advanced options, and more. And each text character, actually has master control and it's by selecting that master control that we can start to change the positioning of a layer.
Let's see how it works. I'll then move over to the medical kit, select its controls and do the same. You can actually head over here to this star menu and it has little items that you can place in how you want to combine words together, unnesting things, or Horizontal into Stacked is Okay, so by entering certain parentheses or certain characters you can control how your text comes to the screen. So I'm here on the aescripts. You can adjust the camera to create even more dynamic animations by keyframing and adding expressions to various values including Depth of Field, rotations, and much more. Let's choose a different animation type in this case. You can see other properties such as autorotate are on, and autoframe, and based on these settings that you see here, we can click these defaults and just simply click Do It.
It also creates a camera that moves between each word. While the algorithm is very complex, the user interface is very intuitive. And I'm going to head over into see LayerMonkey. So we're covering type in LayerMonkey in this movie, but something like MotionMonkey, to give you an idea, works a lot similar to Animation Composer where it can take a ton of layers and autoanimate them onscreen for you. Manual adjustments are easily made to size, position, rotation and opacity.