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Day Night Shift Effect inspired by Zach King and TikTok VFX Artists using Adobe After Effects

teacher avatar M Jake, Lets Create VFX & Cool Stuff Together

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Lessons in This Class

    • 1.

      Introduction

      1:02

    • 2.

      How To Shoot Your Video

      4:43

    • 3.

      How to Key Out Yourself

      7:49

    • 4.

      How to Create Your Background

      5:22

    • 5.

      How to Create Our Sun

      10:08

    • 6.

      Finalizing Effect

      14:18

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In this Adobe After Effects class we are going to learn visual effects by creating Day Night Shift Effect VFX. This class is great for Beginner level as well as expirienced VFX artists. This is a great way to introduce yourself to Adobe After Effects, and also learn few skills if you already familiar with this software.

What we are going to learn:

  • Basics of animation
  • Rotoscoping
  • Keying
  • Tracking
  • Timing and transforming
  • Loop Animation

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Hi, I'm Jake! I like to recreate popular VFX and create professional animation in Adobe After Effects. It's the best way to learn this software while creating something for fun!

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1. Introduction: Hi, I'm Jake. And in this lesson, we are going to create this popular social media effect inspired by the king and other popular VFX artists. The best part of this class is that you don't need to have any experience in VFX or filming, or even using any editing apps, I'll provide you all need IT knowledge on how to film your own video. If you don't want to record your own videos, then you can download already recorded to raw footage from the resource tab to this class so you could start practicing. Right now, I'll teach you all needed skills to complete this effect. You can just download the free trial version of Adobe After Effects if you don't have the software yet, and we will start right away. Also, if you are an experienced user of Adobe After Effects, I've organized my videos in such a way that I'll let you know where you can skip to more advanced parts. I'm excited to see your projects after completing this class. I'll be happy to see you in my class has also your result after following all the steps. So let's get started. 2. How To Shoot Your Video: I'm using Adobe After Effects 2021, which means that you can use pretty much any version of Adobe After Effects to make this effect possible. In this video, I want to talk about visuals, how to shoot your video, and why you want to spend a little bit more time on the loop itself to get more impressive result at the end. So first of all, let's import our footage, which is available in resource tab to this class. To import footage, you need to left mouse double-click in this area. So let's leftmost double-click here or just go to file, import file. This footage is available in resources tab of this class. So let's select it background in green screen footage. Also, I want to import already made effect and rapidly which I've used. So it will be easier for me to show on already made example why it's important to remember about some key features to create this effect. So let's start with the way you need to shoot your video. In my case, we can see this rapid dish here. I just shot a video against a window and outside was cloudy, and I just crank up the exposure to get this footage. The perfect way to shoot this video is to use green screen. So this is why I've included this footage here, which is available to download from resource type, this class, because this would be the perfect way to shoot your video. And then creating the effect itself would be a lot, a lot easier. But let's say that you don't have a green screen. So the easiest way is to use a simple one window and someone outside, we'll hand you a bowl, which you will take and place it down. Instead of these parts of your video would be wolves or e.g. you could just close your blinds. So your video or could it be a shot like this? If you don't have a green screen, you can use the same weather as I did. So basically what do you want to do is to have or a blue sky in the background, which is easy to key out, or just white as I have in my original video. And we will use this raw footage. You can just simply use some color key like this, and effects and presets panel. By the way, you don't need to repeat these steps. I just explain you how you need to shoot your video. So it would be easier for you to work with later. Basically, if you have only white color and everything else is darker, you can just use color key to cut it out. But of course, it's obvious and that's to use green screen will be a lot easier. So imagine if you would have just blue sky in the background. Your video should be looking like this. So if you don't have a green screen, just use a blue sky like this and later just use key light. So key out this blue sky. And in this way, you also will have this effect. Green's theorem. This is basically how you can cheat and get this kind of effect if you want to use your own footage to create this effect. Of course, I already provided this bullish on which we are going to work in the next videos. Next step, which you need to know while shooting your video, that you need to have another person which will hand off to you the bowl like this. And as you can see in my original video, I didn't have blinds. I just animated them later. So here a girl is pretending like she's closing blinds and go out of the frame. And then I appear on the screen and getting this bowl. Once again, this footage is available in resource step to this class. So you can basically scroll it and see how this video was shot. But even if you have something else in the background, e.g. these mountains, I also will go into show you how you can write a scalp, your fingers. And also we will need to rather sculpt the bowl which someone will hand it to you. You need to shoot prompt tripod. And finally, the last key point which I want to address is why I just didn't use something like this. So it would be much easier to work with. It's much more interesting to watch this effect when it fills all of your screen. But e.g. if you are doing effects for social media, you will have something like this aspect ratio. You don't really need to have all of these windows because you will have something like this aspect ratio and you don't really need all of this space. If you're afraid that you forgot something, just simply watch this video of how it was shot here. This video is available in resource center, this class, as a reminder, how you need to shoot your video. The next video, we are going to use this footage and start creating this effect. See you in the next videos. 3. How to Key Out Yourself: So in this video, we are going to start to make this effect. From last video, we already know how you need to shoot our video. And in this video, we are just going to use the Polish which I provided to create this effect. Basically, I'm going to delete this because it takes too much space. And once again, I'm going to import these two video files which is available in resource step to this class. So to import, go to file, import file. So we need both of these videos. We can just click on green stream raw footage and drop it here and take this background and drop it below of this green screen footage. If I'm going to click on this firewall, you can see that we have our background below. So basically the order of these layers matters. Which one is on top? It will be on top of your video as well. So first thing which I want to do is to use key light effect. We need to go to effects and presets panel. If you cannot see this panel, you need to go to Window and enable it from here, Effects and Presets, effects and presets. So make sure that you have this. And then go to effects and presets panel and type key light, Wait a minute for it to load up and then choose key light effect, leftmost click, Hold and drop it on green screen rapport. With this effect, we can get out blue screens for green screens. So basically you need to click on this color picker and click it on your sky, which you want to replace. Keep in mind that this key light effect doesn't work with a white background. If you shut your video with white sky, you just need to use color key effect. And in this way, you can just simply q out something by color, just like this, and then just change this second value, as you can see, by just cut out this gray color. So keep in mind that you have these both effects. Key out something from your footage. So in our case, we are going to use key light, and we've chosen our green color or blue color. If you use a blue screen or blue-sky, turkey out ourselves. But let's say that you shut your video and you didn't have any green screen or a blue screen. In these cases, you just need to simply to rata scalp your hands to place it on top of the background. And now I'm going to reign of how you need to run the scalp your hands and grabbing bowl to use in your effect. If you already know how to write a scarp your footage, you can simply just keep this timeframe we shipping see on your screen. So this is two ways how you can keep yourself from background and less weight to key out yourself is rather Skyping. So in this case, we will need to cut out with the mask, our window by using this pen tool right here, like this. Press M on the keyboard and click Subtract, measure this. You created your mask on your footage and not on background footage. So in this way, you already will be able to change your background to any footage like this, which will left is that you'll need to write out scapular hence on top of your background. So to do exactly this, you just need to duplicate your green-screen rapport, which just press Control D, press M, and delete the mask. We just need to see where we need to cut out our hands. And then you just simply can select the Selection Tool. Let mouse double-click on this layer and this mode, you can choose this rather Brush tool. It will allow you to select what you want to cut out. If you will hold control key on a keyboard or Command key if you're on a Mac and left mouse click left and right. You can change the size of your brush. As you can see, I'm holding control and let Muslim left or right. It will change the size of this brush. We can just simply show to the software what we want to cut it out. So in our case, we want to cut out everything which is inside of this window. In our case, it doesn't matter if you are cutting out something else. Make sure that you are carried out your fingers and the bowl in the moment where you are grabbing it. So let's make sure to cut out the fingers. Like this. This is time-consuming process, but I'm going to speed up for you just first, I want to make sure that you are descending how to use it. So basically, you just show their software with the leftmost leak and this green brush, what you want to cut out. And if you'll hold Alt key on keyboard is you can see I'm holding Alt. You can adjust your cutout just like this. Remove unwanted parts. Once again, you can use Control to resize your brush, left mouse click and hold, and drag to left to the right to change the size. You can also use scroll on the mouse to zoom in or zoom out and carried out something in which you want or add some parts. If you want to add some parts. And then basically you shouldn't just simply go to the next frames and make sure that you're still cutting out your fingers. Once you'll do this all process of the video, you'll have your hands rather sculpt. Next phase will be freeze your progression. We need to select this area in which we carry out our hands. And then we need to click Freeze. As you can see, it will save your process, which is exactly what we want. Now, I'm going to explain why we need to cut out our hands from this part. Because basically when we froze our progression, if you've spent a little bit more time on proper carrying out, you'll have a clean cut out. Basically, if you will spend more time on credit out your fingers, it will look cleaner lake in this video. So make sure to spend more time to cut out properly your fingers and the bowl. And as you can see with this layer above, we can place our hands on top of our window and changed background. And as you can guess, it would be much easier to use something like green-screen because it's much easier to cut out just simply by using key light and dragging this screen gain value, which will allow you to cut out more if you will need to adjust your key. If you will go with this process of rotoscoping, you will need to change these values for feather, which basically will allow you to change the look of your car out. Shift Edge is a big one because if you will shift a bit to the left, which goes to negative values, you'll be able to cut out even more and it will help you to get out unwanted parts is also you would need to change the contrast if you want to have more feathered edges also use motion blur is also great. Because in the moments where you have real fast motion, it gives you a bit of motion blur, which is great. And also, it would be a great idea to use decontaminate h colors by clicking here. Basically, as you can see, it removes these unwanted parts of the background which were really get to blend with your footage. So what we learned from this video, it's much easier to kill me or forage just one window and use a green screen at the background, because it would be much easier to use one effect key light. And it will help you cut out your hands and place on top of any background. In the next video, I'm going to show you how I created this background in case if you would want to use other backgrounds for your video. See you next video. 4. How to Create Your Background: In this video, I want to show you how I created this background. So basically what I did, I just found a video on Internet with the time-lapse. So how this works, I found a video of timeless without the sun. So basically it goes from evening, tonight city, which is really nice, time-lapse video. As you can see, rest of the video is just simply prose. How you can do something like this. I'm just going to import additional video which I've used. So this is a time-lapse which I've used for the background. And I just scaled up by selected my video, press S on keyboard to see scale and scale it up, flipped it horizontally by right mouse, click on it and go to Transform Flip Horizontal and guts this look. Now what I wanted to do is to find the place which I want to use a bright part of this video, but without the sun, something like this, then I want to go to time, enable time remapping. And basically it means that all of this video, it goes from 0 s to 16. But if you aren't going to create a keyframe, it will remember this frame of the video. And then I'm going to scroll it a bit further to night sky like this. And click and other time here to create another keyframe. And basically if I'm going to delete this keyframe, which makes it go further, it will stop. So basically, take a look at this. I'm going to select this keyframe and press Delete. And as you can see, this video are completed prose. The same way I can do here at the beginning. If I'm going to delete this keyframe, it will not go from this moment anywhere. So let's select this keyframe and press Delete. And now as you can see, it froze again. So now I basically can compress these two keyframes together, which will speed up this process. So this is basically how I ramped up this kind of effect. What I did is I approached this part. Then if you are going to look at this original video, you can see that we don't have really a time-lapse. Here is basically it changes to a night sky and it's pretty easy to do. So basically, we just want to duplicate our footage, go to this night part of the video, and basically just go to time and click freeze-frame. In this case, it will allow us to press T on keyboard. Set opacity. Basically, from 100 opacity, we are going to go to zero opacity. Once again, what is keyframes? Keyframes basically the points in time, which remember, is the value of certain property. In our case, this keyframe remembers this point in time, which is 3 s. Remember is this value of 100 per cent of property opacity. And in this moment, we've created another keyframe in which opacity, we've set it to zero. So our software remembered that here is visible and invisible. We can switch these key frames like this. And basically here at this keyframe, it will be visible. At this keyframe, it will be visible. In this case, we can just create this animation of operation of the night sky. And now if I'm going to enable this background video, you'll see that it goes from day to night, like this, which is pretty cool effect. Then from this night Polish, when we grabbed our sum, we want to have this kind of time-lapse at the end. And it's also pretty easy to do. Just let's go back to our video here of the background ten basically simply, I just duplicate it, my video below by selecting it and pressing Control D to duplicate this again, see if I press Control D and put it above. We can press U on the keyboard to switch these time-lapse. So it would go not from day to night. And if we will change position of these keyframes. So it would go from nights today. We will have this time-lapse, which goes back to the day. And in this case, we can change this night today at any moment, just like this, and then it will just go as a loop. So basically here we have day, then we took our son, it turns to the night. And then we have this time-lapse at the end where it goes back to day. This is basically how I played it, our background for this video. In case if you would want to create something like this. From this video, we've learned how to create it. But luckily, I already provided you with this background, which you can use if you don't want to spend any time in creating this background. And the next video we are going to use this already provided background to create our effect. Also, we are going to create our sun. See you next video. 5. How to Create Our Sun: In the last video, I showed you how you can create your background using your own footage if you don't like this background which I provided. But for this effect, we are going to use a background which I provided to this video. So it would be easier if you are beginner because we already have this beautiful the video of the background to use for our effect. Once again, I want to delete all of this footage because I want to start fresh. And I'm going to import from these two videos which I provided in resource type to this class. So we would be on the same page. So let's create a new composition just by dragging any of this footage fun new composition, and also our background. Once again, to cut out our background, we are going to use key light, left mouse, click and hold, and drag it to green screen raw and select this background. So here we have our background. And by the way, if you are going to use this background on your footage and timing is not right, you can simply adjusted adjust it. Let me show you on this background. So I'm going to disable my footage here. And I'm going to show you how you can adjust the timing of background. Basically what you need to do is to right mouse click on this background and go to time, enable time remapping, which allows you to create a keyframes and move it around, adjust the timing where this transition happens. It will be really handy if you were going to use behind of your own video. So basically you just need to create a keyframe in the moment where nothing happened. Then here it happens, this transition, and create another keyframe. This keyframe you want to delete. Then you want to go to the end of this video. And just before here where it starts to move. Create another keyframe. Now basically you can just simply do whatever you want with this video. You can just move it to the left and expanded if we want to have more daytime here at the end, e.g. you want to have this time-lapse be a bit earlier, it's 12 s. You can just simply select these keyframes and drag it here. And it will happen earlier. Or if you want to, It happened faster. You just need to compress these keyframes. It will happen faster or expanded like this. If you want to have this time-lapse, a lot slower. Same thing you can do with these keyframes. Here where this transition happens, you can just simply select these keyframes and move it to the beginning if you want to happen a bit earlier. Bar here later. So this is how you can easily work with this background and use it for your own video. But now let's delete this background and use it exactly as it is here. Now, you know how you can adjust the timing of background. Okay, so now we have this part of the video. As you can see, we've missing our son. So now we are going to create a sun, which we are going to place in our footage. Basically, it's pretty easy to do. Let's shut out for a second our green screen Ra, by clicking this eyeball. And let's go to layer new solid. And let's call it son. Make sure it's white. By clicking here on color and click Okay. Now we can just simply select this ellipse tool. To select it, you just need to let more slick and hold and then select this ellipse tool. If you will let more slick and drag, you will create a mask just before it makes sure that you've selected your son layer. It's important because we want to create this mask on top of this sun layer. So let's let mouse click and hold and drag it to the right. And if you hold control, as you can see, I'm holding control. It will create a circle from center. If you will hold Shift, it will create a perfect circle, which will be perfect for us to read the sun. Okay, so we've created the sun. We don't really know how big it should be. So to create a proper scale, we need to enable this green-screen rapid rich and see how big this ball is. This moment we can see about which size this bowl is. Same-size. We want to have our sum. So basically you need to select the sun layer, press M on the keyboard to see the mask selected. And using the selection tool, scrolling with wheel on the mouse. You can zoom in and then left double mouse-click on one of the edges on this square. It will allow you to move this circle, align with your bot, then you want to hold Control and Shift. It will allow you to change the scale of your mask. And basically you just want to make it a bit bigger than your bowl. Something like this. Next step will be to select this sun layer and press F. It will burn out this feather. With this feather, we can just feather the edge. Let's sell it to 15. Also, we can expand this mask by clicking here two times and change this expansion. So it will cover our bowl entirely just like this. The second thing which we want to do is to duplicate this mask. Just simply select it and press Control D. It will duplicate it and open this second mask and make feather a lot bigger. So we would have this kind of low. Also, we can change the expansion to have this really bright and nice low. And just by playing with these two values are better and expansion, you can get the look which you like. We can always change the color of the sun. We can go to effects and presets and type here, fill. With this fill effect. We can drop it on sun. We can change the color. In our case, we want to click here on toggle switches and modes. To be able to see these modes. Here we can change to add, which will blend with our footage. In case if we will change this color to a light brighter color, just like this, you can see how we can get this interaction with the background. We can add even color to it, e.g. more orange-ish. And now we can further adjust our masks. In our case, this mask is too big. We can make it a bit smaller and feather that out a bit more. With just two masks, we created our sun. You can always play around with these values to get the look that you like and make sure that it looks good at night also. Okay, so we've created our son. So now we need the sun to follow the ball just for a few frames. So we would have this transition point from the sun to this bowl. So basically once your person grabs the ball, you just need to press P to see the position of the sun. We can also set the sun below the green screen footage, just like this. And by gradient this position keyframe, it will remember that it needs to stay at this moment in time. Then later, we can just move it to bow, just like this. As you can see, it will follow our bowl. Then a bit later, Let's make sure that it's still follows this and adjust it manually. So make sure that in each frame it's still follows this bowl. And about here, it will be a transition point. So now we have this simple tracking. By the way, you can use scroll on the mouse to zoom in and zoom out and hold space bar. As you can see, holding spacebar and let mouse-click to move around with your image. So now we can see that it follows perfectly just by simply creating a bunch of keyframes to position. And at this point we want it to disappear. So basically we will cut this layer by grabbing on this edge and cut it to this moment. Also, we want to press T on keyboard to see the opacity. And as you can see, we can change it. Now let's create a key-frame about here. When we grabbed our sun. And here towards the end, we would want to change it to zero. So it will be our fading point. You can see it looks pretty cool, but this transition point is too visible. So what do we want to do is to select our sun and press Control D to duplicate it and put it above. So in this case, we still will have this tracking, but now we will have this glow on top of our bowl. Just make sure that this law will pay doubt a bit faster. So let's change this opacity keyframes just like this. And now we have this kind of transition point a bit sooner. We can also click on these edges to change this work area and press zero or not. But to see the preview. You can see we have this really clean and nice transition to the bowl. So this is basically how easy it is to make this transition. So nice video, we are going to fix these two issues which we have in here. We have really a nice transition point, but we need to fix this brightness here as NMI, original effect. We're going to learn how to create this sun horizon effect, and it will be the final part of our effect. See you next video. 6. Finalizing Effect: So we have a few issues. We have this really bright sun here. So one way to fix this, take this sun below about here, set it to zero. So as you can see, now we have this really nice transition and we have not that big son at the start. So this is how we fixed our first issue. Next issue which we have in here. We have the Sun which is too bright behind this blind. So the easiest way to change it is to basically animate the opacity to set the keyframe right here. And then about here, we can set it to lowest opacity, something like this. But as you can see, it doesn't look really nice. So instead, we can just simply remove these keyframes. We can use this green screen footage and duplicate it and place it on top. And now what we want to do is to use this Alpha Inverted Matte. If you cannot see this track matte, you can just simply click on this toggle switches to seal it and set it to alpha inverted matte, which basically provides us with this really clean transition. Now we have this really nice way of closing the sun. Best thing about this, that you can press T and change the opacity. And if we will set to something like 95 or 92, let's say tonight before, we will still be able to see the sun, which looks pretty realistic. Now less thing which we want to do is you can see here we also will have this bowl. So what do we want to do is to create a keyframe of opacity of this green screen. Press T later. Let's set it to zero. So now we will have this clean transition which we created earlier. And we can also got this layer. So basically we've used this green screen footage with our blind as a matte to close our sun. And same technique we were going to use to create this effect when the sun is rising up from these mountains. So let's do exactly this. It's pretty easy to do because we just basically need to duplicate these both layers. Let's expand it like this. And let's make sure that we will see our sun. For this, we want to disable this opacity and set it to 100%. Also, we want to press P on keyboard to see this position. Make sure to move these position keyframes to here and click Delete. So our sun will be in right place. Then we want to press T on keyboard and delete this opacity animation. We can just click here and set it to 100 per cent. And we can lower this percentage here. Tonight before is we used before. So now basically as you can see, our son is in right place. Let's thing which we want to do is just to make the sun rise up from this Mountains to displace. Here, it should be a displaced. So let's select our sun recipe. Save this position. Then go to the beginning of a time-lapse. Set this sun behind this mountain. Also, if you will take a look, you can see this little bigger dot then these smaller dots. So basically it means that you can grab it left mouse click and drag it. You can get this curve. From here. You can also curve it a bit. So this will allow us to make this kind of arc motion of the sun, which will look a bit more believable than a straight line like this. So the trajectory of the sun would look more believable. So zero. Remember, we used this green screen footage to met our son. But now we are going to use a more complex met. To create more complex met, we are going to go to layer new solid and call it met, which basically is a mask where we are going to show our sun and where we cannot see it. And click Okay, we can disable it for now, but makes sure that you've selected. Because now when we are going to create a mask, it will create on top of this mat. We need to select this met and start created a mask which will block the sun. E.g. we want to block the sun here at the mountains. You can create a mask just by clicking on this pen tool and clicking on the image itself. To create these points. And just simply, we need to cut out all which will be on top of our Sun. So we need to take this mountain layer, if you will, click and hold, it will allow us to create this Bezier curve. So it would be exactly the same as our background. So let's do exactly this. Rest of this, we can just simply select it like this. Let's see what we've created. Let's select the selection tool and let's delete this green-screen raw footage. And instead, we are going to use this mat. So basically, as you can see, Alpha Inverted Matte now works with this layer because these track mattes work with the layer above, in our case with this mask which we are created on this layer. And now we are going to scroll. You can see that now this mask acts like a blocker of the sun. You can clearly see that it blocks our sun. And it looks pretty cool. To make it look even more believable. We can just press F on keyboard and adjust this feather. So now as you can see, these edges are a bit blurrier. And it would look a bit more like this. Sun wraps around our buildings. We can also go to mask expansion by click here double time and change this mess expansion if you want to have this sun a bit more on top of our buildings. So I'm going to set to minus five here. And here maybe 221. We will have this really nice glow on top of all of this. And now we can basically animate the opacity of the sun. So here at the beginning, we can set it to zero. And we can cut it these both layers to this moment created keyframe. And a bit later about here, it will be fully visible. So now we would have this kind of animation. At any point, we can just simply adjust the sun look, we can just press F on keyboard. Fader is a bit more hand create a keyframe for mask feather. So in this case, we will have this proper sun here. And here at the beginning, we can feather out more. So it would look more like low at the beginning. And then like a sun towards the end, which will also make it more believable. And finally, with this matte, we want to create another mask. Make sure that you've selected this mask. And create a mask. Because here behind this blinds, we want to see our mask. So let's press M and C, this mask which we just created. Leftmost double-click here to see this opacity. Let's also change this mask to subtract. As you can see, now we have this sun fully bright. But if we will change this mask opacity to about eight, we will get the same look which we want to have. So now basically we would have this really nice rising of the sun here behind these blinds. We will see it as well. Finally, I want to adjust the movement of the sun because if I'm going to select this area and press zero numbered super linear motion. And I want to have this more interesting kind of look. So let's press P on keyboard to adjust the animation of position. Select these both keyframes and press F9 on keyboard. Basically, it means that it will start a bit slower than faster, and then slower. If I'm going to select this last keyframe and go to graph editor and drag this handle to the left. It will go a lot slower here at the end. And it will give more interesting look to this animation. Let's press easier on up at to see how it looks. Now as you can see, it looks much more interesting. And also make sure that you selected this speed graph. Here. You will see exactly the same breath as I'm seeing here. Press zero or not, but to see how it looks. And if it will render all this video, just select all of this area. I'm going to exit this graph. Editor. Ampere is zero numbered. We can see all this video. The last week, which I want to add is two. When we are opening our blinds, it will get brighter. It will be the final time before we are going to sign out our work. So as you can see, we have this really cool effect and best thing about this effect, that it's fully loops into itself. So let's thing which I want to add is that here it will be a bit darker and then brighter because we see our sun. We can do this by creating adjustment layer. And let's add curious effect and drop it here and here. We want to have a bit darker colors like this, and then create a keyframe to this stopwatch, to the curves. And later, once we open this window, we can click to reset. So basically it will get back to our video. So basically now we can see how it changes. And then it will be a good idea to make changes to our green screen raw footage, as you can see, is this one. And let's add a curves effect on top of it also, because we want to create a curves, a keyframe to our curves. Once it's getting darker, we can also make it darker. Also, we would go to blue and add some blue. So it would look more like an ite. We can decrease a bit of red and make sure that it goes darker. If you will select this layer and press U on the keyboard to see the keyframes. We can adjust this last keyframe of the curves, as you can see curves here. And add a bit more bluish tone so it would blend with the background even more. And also let's make it darker. So this is how we can change insight colors as well. And about here when it changes from night sky to daylight. We can also select these keyframes, press Control C and Control V to paste it. And also reverse time-reverse keyframes. Just select both of them. And as you can see, we did a lot of changes which will help to blend with the background and rightmost looking at and go to Time Reverse Keyframes. So basically it will go and other way. And finally, to have a perfect loop, we want to do the same with this adjustment layer. You can just take these keyframes, press control C to copy, and here control V to paste and reverse these keyframes. So it will go to this dark mode. Then it will loop again. And here it will go to the straight white color. You can basically select these both keyframes and make it even brighter if you want to increase this effect of the sun shining through and then it goes to the dark. So basically this is how you can create this video. And finally, once you've created this video, we can call it this composition which we worked on, final effect. And since it loops, we can just select it and drop it on this composition icon. To create new composition. We can start it from this moment. Press Control D to split this layer and set this to the beginning and this to the end. And then this way we can see that it loves perfectly. And it starts from here. You can even create some animation if you want. You can always select your footage and press S on keyboard, create a keyframe, and make a camera movements like scale up. If you want to make this more interesting, like camera zoom in and zoom out by copying these keyframes a time, reversing them. And it will look much more interesting if you want to have some camera action. Thank you for watching my class. Make sure to follow me here on Skillshare and sharing your work. As you can see, I always check your projects and share my opinion and give some advises. If you'll choose to share your results with me, I post every week, you can find my nucleus is here. 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