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The Weirdest Teleportation Effect we’ve ever done! (AE Tutorial)

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Learn how to recreate the teleportation effect from Everything Everywhere All at Once in this Adobe After Effects Tutorial.

Weirdest VFX of 2022

Maybe you haven’t seen the movie yet but you definitely have seen scene and images pass by, Everything Everywhere All at Once. A great movie about a woman using the multiverse to fight bad guys. Its super crazy and random like they even have a bagel sucking in people. If that’s isn’t a cool movie I don’t know what is. So that’s exactly why we decided to recreate that effect for this weeks CopyCat.

Breakdowns are Helpful

Most of the time we watch an effect over and over to figure out what they did, especially when its a more complex one with different kind of layers. Just like this effect, there so much going on its hard to focus on one thing at a time. Luckily they sometimes post these breakdown videos showing all the different layers they used to achieve the effect. Making it easier to recreate.

Everything everywhere all at once vfx breakdown
VFX Breakdown

Creating this effect is actually quite easy. All you have to do is rotoscope out the parts of your body that you want to distort. Once done we can use various distortion effects like cc smear to stretch out the face. To top it off we can add motionblur, rgb split and extra effects to really make it look stretched and trippy.


Big thanks to Storyblocks for the support on this video. Their community driven library always help us to find something perfect every VFX shot. They really help us to bring our Visual effects to life, without compromising on anything.

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3 thoughts on “The Weirdest Teleportation Effect we’ve ever done! (AE Tutorial)”

  1. Hi
    I’m from Mauritius and I have been following your YouTube channel ever since I stumbled across it while looking for vfx tutorials and I must say you are among the best vfx tutors on YouTube. Your tutorial videos are simple and easy to follow and your cool nature makes learning fun. Being a secondary school administrator/director I fully agree that learning should be fun to pupils. I have been watching your adobe after effects tutorials and they are amazing tutorials made by an amazing team. I was only using movavi video editor and you inspired me to learn vfx on adobe after effects which is an amazing tool. I’m still a beginner but your videos make it fun and easy. You’re awesome teachers and your recreations of famous movies vfx scenes are wonderfully done. Your are a great team of fun loving and humble experts At recreating famous vfx scenes which brings me to my request of vfx recreation. There’s a famous bollywood movie called brahmastra which has debuted in cinemas since September 9th this year and it has very good vfx scenes. Why don’t you take the initiative to recreate the vfx scenes of this movie using adobe after effects and make tutorials about recreating these vfx scenes on your YouTube channel? I want to learn how to recreate them on adobe after effects and no one does better tutorials and recreations than you alpha males. I would be happy if you did it. I really appreciate your videos and sincerely hope that you will accept my request and recreate the vfx scenes from brahmastra movie on adobe after effects. Thank you a lot in advance for your consideration and positive response and wish you all the best.
    Sorry for such a long comment I know you don’t have that much time to read all comments you receive and I really hope my request will be accepted. I’m looking forward to your recreations and tutorials of the brahmastra vfx scenes on adobe after effects.
    Once again sorry for the long message and a big thank you for everything.
    And as you say:
    Stay creative
    All the best guys

  2. You guys are great. Your tutorials always bring a smile to my face. Thank you for making these tutorials so much fun to watch.


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