Bring your text to life with elements from Adobe Stock and animation styles from After Effects.
Find the perfect image
Search Adobe Stock for a captivating image that corresponds to your text.
Create more pixels to fill the screen
After resizing the image, rasterize the Smart Object and use Content Aware Fill to fill the canvas with its background.
Add a mask to the type
Use the Select Subject feature to select the radio, then inverse the selection and apply a Layer Mask to the type layer.
Open the Photoshop file directly in After Effects
Click the New Composition from Footage button, locate your PSD file and select Composition as the Import Kind.
Apply an animation effect
Search for the Wave Warp effect in the Effects and Presets panel, then drag-and-drop it directly onto the type layer.
Adjust the properties for the effect
Set the Wave Type to Noise in the Effect Controls panel, then adjust the Wave Width and Wave Height values.
Duplicate the effect to intensify the movement
Duplicate the Effect and change the Wave Type to Sawtooth, and then adjust the width and height of the effect to something less dramatic.
Render your project
Add the composition to the Adobe Media Encoder Queue and choose the format, preset, and location before rendering.
For additional information on encoding and exporting for video, visit the export settings reference for Adobe Media Encoder.
The final result
Now you have an enticing animation that brings your imagery and messaging together.
Check out this curated collection from Adobe Stock with more images that you can use in your next project.