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And what's up Mr. After Effects? Another exciting tutorial is here in After Effects today. We will be making a very basic but pretty cool intro. There's a lot of stuff going on, so make sure you listen close and follow along. You'll do fine! Anyway, here's what we're going to make. It's pretty cool. To start, you will need Trapcode Shine. You can get it at redgiantsoftware.com or from Red Giant. Get the shine plug-in and when you have it, I've posted the serial key in the description. First of all, you're going to want to make a new composition. Make sure it's 1080 x 720, 30 frames per second, and 15 seconds long. We will go to Layer > New Solid to create our solid layer. Make sure the layer color is black. Next, go to Effects and Presets. If you can't see it, go to Window > Effects and Presets. Drag the Lens Flare effect onto the solid layer. Set the Flare to 105 millimeter Prime and leave the other settings as preset. Make sure you select "Blend with Original" in the dropdown menu. Now, make a new layer. Make sure it's white and easier to view. After creating the new solid layer, select the Ellipse tool and make a thin circle. Apply the Trapcode Shine effect to this layer. Set the brightness (bus) to 2 and the ray length to 4. Place the shine tool in the middle of the circle. You can choose any color you want. You can also apply color correction if desired. Now, let's pre-compose the shine layer. Select only the white solid layer (shine layer). Right-click, choose "Recompose" and move all attributes. Rename this layer as "line". Drop down the transform settings and adjust the opacity, position, or any other desired settings. Stretch it out and...