You're Using Displacement Maps Wrong – After Effects

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In this After Effects motion graphic tutorial we are going to be taking a look at how to properly use the Displacement Map effect in After Effects. This includes the 50% grey method for a 0% displacement. Additionally, we cover a few really useful methods for Displacement Maps such as using a video as a displacement map for a flag wave and creating your own 2.5d animation with a 2D face image.
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