Toxic Type Collection vol.1 for After Effects | 391.3 MB
Collection Text-centric templates for for After Effects that are easy to use and customize. Digital Juice, Inc is a privately held royalty-free content provider for professional video, print, and presentations. The company sells packaged content products direct to customers. The company was founded in 1992 by David Hebel under the name Dimension Technologies Media Group as a developer of third party products for the Video Toaster. In 1995 the company released Club Toaster which was a monthly CD-ROM based product for the Amiga. The product contained animated backgrounds, still graphics, music, photos, articles, and product reviews. By 1997 Dimension Technologies was looking to move from developing for the Amiga and instead focus on Windows and Mac based content. The company renamed itself in 1997 to Digital Juice after the release of their first non-Amiga based product, Digital Juice for PowerPoint.
In 2003, Digital Juice introduced their own online network called Digital Juice Television. At first it was limited to simple product demos and trade show coverage, but was expanded in early 2006 to include several new series involving tutorials and training videos. In October 2007, Digital Juice finalized acquisition of The Ballistic Pixel Labs.
One of the weakest aspects of many video productions is the treatment of text and the integration of text with video and other graphic material. This task can often get left to the last minute because there is so much else to do in producing the final piece - from shooting and editing the video to recording the soundtrack to compositing the special effects and transitions - all while keeping in mind the client's wants and needs. This is where Toxic Type Collection 1 comes in. These ready-to-use After Effects templates are fully fleshed-out text-centric animations that present titles and text information in a lively yet logical and attention-getting manner. You can build your project around them or drop them into an existing multi-segment production with minimal customization to add just the right touch of polished sophistication to your titles.
Much like its big brother, the ready2go Projects & Template Collection, if you want the exact look of a Toxic Type template, all you need to do is type in your own text to replace the placeholders, but as with ready2go, these projects are also supremely customizable when you need them to be. You can change colors and backgrounds, turn off layers, add your own new elements (such as a company logo) or even change the font used on the animated type.