Curtains for Adobe After Effects can add motion to video with eye-catching dynamic fabric effects like a flag waving in the breeze, curtains of various thickness and texture blowing in the wind or a variety of similar effects and transition effects. It's unnecessary to create a complicated 3D scene or sophisticated animation to achieve a realistic look. The program lets you apply logos or designs to any fabric surface and dynamically adjust texture and lighting. Not only is it easy to use, but you can achieve high quality, professional results with minimal effort.
Curtains set consists of three primary curtain styles that include Drape, Tableau and Theatre. Each features a different animation control that may be applied to your fabric.
Drape allows you to create various kinds of fabric. This control enables you to create realistic effects like a flag fluttering in the wind, curtains blowing slightly in the breeze and a variety of similar effects. This control is intuitively easy to use and requires little effort.
With Tableau, you can create various sorts of curtains, blinds and drapes. It is perhaps the easiest control to use and can easily create interesting transitional effects like curtains fluttering in the breeze.
Theater enables you to copy the movement of a curtain being opened in a play or movie theater. This effect is easily created and, with help from Curtains, you can create a theatrical masterpiece on your computer with relative ease!