3D Polaroid photo slideshow or gallery in Adobe After Effects

3D photo slideshow with Polaroid look

Create your own clean professional 3D photo slideshow or gallery in Adobe After Effects! In this After effects tutorial you will learn you to build your own 3D photo slideshow.

Buy the photo slideshow After Effects template (also versions cc 2015 and cc 2017) here:

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Like I mentioned in the video, you can download the free .png template file here. Right click on below image and click ‘save image as’. Make sure to save it as a .png file to keep transparency.

You can also download a zipped file here.

Polaroid Template png

Watch example of the After Effects template:

Example 3d slideshow
Slideshow template after effects

Other useful links related to the photo slideshow video

DOWNLOAD, TRY, Buy or upgrade Adobe After Effects CC now! 

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The microphone that I used to record voiceover: Rode NT USB Also, If you want to know how to improve your voice over quality, check this tutorial video.

Music used in the 3D photo slideshow video: http://bit.ly/2nCVnOy

Font used in this video: https://sellfy.com/p/SjYQ/

Free background video used in tutorial: https://pixabay.com/en/videos/space-galaxy-colors-particles-4971/

Pixabay space particles

Free background video used in photo slideshow intro: https://pixabay.com/en/videos/lights-blur-soft-colors-bokeh-6553/

Pixabay bohke particles

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Can I use this in CS6?
– No, it’s only for the newest version of Adobe After Effects and version cc 2017 and 2015.

Can I use video instead of photos?
– Yes, absolutely!

How do I export this project?
I would recommend to export via Media Encoder and use the h.264 (.mp4) format. This will result in a high quality video format with a small file size. You can also export the composition in After effects, but that will mostly result in a (very) large file.

How to export via Media Encoder:

  1. Open the Comp You Want to Export.
  2. Go to Composition > Add to Media Encoder Queue.
  3. Under Format, Choose H264.
  4. Under Preset, Choose the Preset You Want.
  5. Click the Green Play Button, to Start Export. That’s it!


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