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Export AE Animations to SVG/Canvas/HTML/JS

bodymovin

After Effects plugin for exporting animations to svg/canvas/html + js

V 4.1.7

  • removing non ASCII chars from file that would break the extension in some languages.

V 4.1.6

  • module definition fix

V 4.1.5

  • stroke transform fix

Installing extension: Finally the plugin is on the Adobe add-ons.

Get it directly from the store! https://creative.adobe.com/addons/products/12557 CC 2014 and up.

If you need the latest latest version, you can still install it from here:

Option 1:

  • Close After Effects
  • Extract the zipped file on build/extension/bodymovin.zip to the adobe CEP folder:

    WINDOWS:

    C:/Program Files (x86)/Common Files/Adobe/CEP/extensions or

    C:<username>/AppData/Roaming/Adobe/CEP/extensions

    MAC:

    /Library/Application/ Support/Adobe/CEP/extensions/bodymovin

    (you can open the terminal and type:

    cp -R YOURUNZIPEDFOLDERPATH/extension /Library/Application/ Support/Adobe/CEP/extensions/bodymovin

    then type:

    ls /Library/Application/ Support/Adobe/CEP/extensions/bodymovin

    to make sure it was copied correctly type)

  • Edit the registry key:

    WINDOWS:

    open the registry key HKEY_CURRENT_USER/Software/Adobe/CSXS.6 and add a key named PlayerDebugMode, of type String, and value 1.

    MAC:

    open the file ~/Library/Preferences/com.adobe.CSXS.6.plist and add a row with key PlayerDebugMode, of type String, and value 1.

Option 2:

Install the zxp manually following the instructions here: https://helpx.adobe.com/x-productkb/global/installingextensionsandaddons.html

Jump directly to "Install third-party extensions"

For both

  • Go to Edit > Preferences > General > and check on "Allow Scripts to Write Files and Access Network"

How it works

After Effects

  • Open your AE project and select the bodymovin extension on Window > Extensions > bodymovin
  • A Panel will open with a Compositions tab.
  • On the Compositions tab, click Refresh to get a list of all you project Comps.
  • Select the composition you want to export
  • Select Destination Folder
  • Click Render
  • look for the exported json file (if you had images or AI layers on your animation, there will be an images folder with the exported files)

Settings:

segments:export animation in segments. If you have a main comp with more than one layer you can export the animation in parts so you won’t load all at once. The exporter will segment your main comp considering where a layer starts in time.

snapshot:take an svg snapshot of the animation to use as poster. After you render your animation, you can take a snapshot of any frame in the animation and save it to your disk. I recommend to pass the svg through an svg optimizer like https://jakearchibald.github.io/svgomg/ and play around with their settings.

HTML

Check the demos for different ways to load animations.

  • get the bodymovin.js file from the build/player/ folder for the latest build
  • include the .js file on your html (remember to gzip it for production)
<script src="js/bodymovin.js" type="text/javascript"></script> 

You can call bodymovin.loadAnimation() to start an animation. It takes an object as a unique param with:

  • animationData: an Object with the exported animation data.
  • path: the relative path to the animation object. (animationData and path are exclusive)
  • loop: true / false / number
  • autoplay: true / false it will start playing as soon as it is ready
  • name: animation name for future reference
  • renderer: ‘svg’ / ‘canvas’ / ‘html’ to set the renderer
  • container: the dom element on which to render the animation
    Returns the animation object you can control with play, pause, setSpeed, etc.
bodymovin.loadAnimation({   container: element, // the dom element   renderer: 'svg',   loop: true,   autoplay: true,   animationData: JSON.parse(animationData) // the animation data }); 
  • if you want to use an existing canvas to draw, you can pass an extra object: ‘renderer’ with the following configuration:
bodymovin.loadAnimation({   container: element, // the dom element   renderer: 'svg',   loop: true,   autoplay: true,   animationData: animationData, // the animation data   rendererSettings: {     context: canvasContext, // the canvas context     scaleMode: 'noScale',     clearCanvas: false   } }); 

If you do this, you will have to handle the canvas clearing after each frame

Another way to load animations is adding specific attributes to a dom element. You have to include a div and set it’s class to bodymovin. If you do it before page load, it will automatically search for all tags with the class "bodymovin". Or you can call bodymovin.searchAnimations() after page load and it will search all elements with the class "bodymovin".

  • add the data.json to a folder relative to the html
  • create a div that will contain the animation.
    Required
    . a class called "bodymovin" . a "data-animation-path" attribute with relative path to the data.json
    Optional
    . a "data-anim-loop" attribute . a "data-name" attribute to specify a name to target play controls specifically
    Example
    <div style="width:1067px;height:600px" class="bodymovin" data-animation-path="animation/" data-anim-loop="true" data-name="ninja"></div>

Usage

animation instances have these main methods: anim.play()

anim.stop() anim.pause()

anim.setSpeed(speed)– one param speed (1 is normal speed)

anim.goToAndStop(value, isFrame)first param is a numeric value. second param is a boolean that defines time or frames for first param

anim.setDirection(direction)– one param direction (1 is normal direction.)

anim.playSegments(segments, forceFlag)– first param is a single array or multiple arrays of two values each(fromFrame,toFrame), second param is a boolean for forcing the new segment right away

anim.destroy()

bodymovin has 8 main methods: bodymovin.play() — with 1 optional parameter name to target a specific animation

bodymovin.stop()– with 1 optional parameter name to target a specific animation

bodymovin.setSpeed()– first param speed (1 is normal speed) — with 1 optional parameter name to target a specific animation

bodymovin.setDirection()– first param direction (1 is normal direction.) — with 1 optional parameter name to target a specific animation

bodymovin.searchAnimations()– looks for elements with class "bodymovin"

bodymovin.loadAnimation()– Explained above. returns an animation instance to control individually.

bodymovin.destroy()– To destroy and release resources. The DOM element will be emptied.

bodymovin.registerAnimation()– you can register an element directly with registerAnimation. It must have the "data-animation-path" attribute pointing at the data.json url

bodymovin.setQuality()– default ‘high’, set ‘high’,’medium’,’low’, or a number > 1 to improve player performance. In some animations as low as 2 won’t show any difference.

Events

  • onComplete
  • onLoopComplete
  • onEnterFrame
  • onSegmentStart

you can also use addEventListener with the following events:

  • complete
  • loopComplete
  • enterFrame
  • segmentStart

See the demo folders for examples or go to http://codepen.io/airnan/ to see some cool animations

Recommendations

Files

If you have any images or AI layers that you haven’t converted to shapes (I recommend that you convert them, so they get exported as vectors, right click each layer and do: "Create shapes from Vector Layers"), they will be saved to an images folder relative to the destination json folder. Beware not to overwrite an exiting folder on that same location.

Performance

This is real time rendering. Although it is pretty optimized, it always helps if you keep your AE project to what is necessary

More optimizations are on their way, but try not to use huge shapes in AE only to mask a small part of it.

Too many nodes will also affect performance.

Help

If you have any animations that don’t work or want me to export them, don’t hesitate to write.

I’m really interested in seeing what kind of problems the plugin has.

my email is hernantorrisi@gmail.com

Examples

See examples on codepen.

Support

  • The script supports precomps, shapes, solids, images, null objects, texts
  • It supports masks and inverted masks. Maybe other modes will come but it has a huge performance hit.
  • It supports time remapping (yeah!)
  • The script supports shapes, rectangles and ellipses and stars.
  • Only slider effects are supported at the moment.
  • Expressions. Check the wiki page formore info.
  • Not supported: image sequences, videos and audio are (maybe some of them coming soon)
  • No layer stretching ! No idea why, but stretching a layer messes with all the data.

Notes

  • If you want to modify the parser or the player, there are some gulp commands that can simplify the task
  • look at the great animations exported on the demo folder
  • gzipping the animation jsons and the player have a huge impact on the filesize. I recommend doing it if you use it for a project.

Coming up

  • Exporting images in a sprite
  • Stroke Effect support
  • Experimenting with the webAnimationAPI export

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