In this tutorial, we'll be creating a regeneration effect, inspired by the Doctor Who TV show. I say inspired by, because it's not screen-accurate, but we'll be using AE's built-in tools, alongside some stock footage, VCP's Optical Flares and Trapcode Particular to pull off a pretty convincing regeneration.
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