Andy Ford's Venetial Blinds Tutorial

Venetian Blinds Techniques in After Effects

Don’t overlook this transition. It may seem simple and boring, but you can get creative with it.

A new take on an old effect, Venetian Blinds reveals an underlying layer in strips. You control the transition completion percentage, direction, width, and feathering. With these simple parameter controls, you can have some fun with backgrounds, text layers, and more.

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