Here's everything you need to know about creating video automation templates, setting up Plainly and creating integrations
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Overview of how templates in Plainly work.
Here are a few key things you should pay attention when creating your template in After Effects
Here’s how to setup dynamic elements inside of After Effects
This video shows you how to make sure that your text scales properly, no matter what length the text input is.
Similar to text elements, images will often be of various sizes. Here’s how to make sure that images scale properly.
If you want to add dynamic colors to your video – here’s how to do that.
This is the last step in template preparation. Here’s how to package the template for Plainly.
Overview of the Plainly web app.
This video explains the difference between projects and templates in the Plainly web app.
Here are the few steps needed to do in order to setup your Plainly project.
Overview of rendering videos using Plainly
Here’s how you should handle assets that will be automatically inserted into your videos.
If you want to render videos through Plainly web app, here’s how that’s done.
If you’re using Make for creating automated video workflows, this is how you can integrate Plainly into it.
In case you’re using Zapier, here are the Zaps you need to use to integrate Plainly