How can I animate type and also scale?

Adding animations such as transparency fade-in and scaling of text can be easily achieved with key frames in After Effects. Each element can be individually animated with infinite control.

Our video shows how easy it can be to add different transformation types such as fade-in and scale on the timeline.

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