How to Import Fonts into After Effects
Adobe After Effects is a powerful tool for video post-production, but it also can be used to create titles, intros, and even fonts.
However, using the vast selection of fonts available on the web is not always easy. Fortunately, After Effects allows you to easily import fonts from any source.
Where to Download Fonts
There are many resources available to download fonts, such as Google Fonts, Font Squirrel, and Adobe Typekit. Once you download the font, you can unpack the folder and install it on your computer.
How to Import Fonts Into After Effects
Once you have installed the font, you can easily import it into After Effects:
- Open After Effects and go to the Character Panel.
- Click the tiny drop-down arrow next to the name of the font.
- Choose the “Import” option from the drop-down.
- Navigate to the font file you’d like to import and click “Open”.
- You should now see the font in the Character Panel.
Now you can use the font of your choice in After Effects. You can style your text, animate it, and add effects.
If you ever need to delete the font from After Effects, go to the Character Panel and select the font you would like to delete. Then click the tiny drop-down arrow again and select the “Delete” option from the drop-down.
Importing fonts into After Effects is a simple process. You can easily download fonts from a variety of sources, install them on your computer, and import them into After Effects. You can then style your text and animate it, as well as add effects. You can also delete the font if you no longer need it.