9,000+ emojis in After Effects & Premiere Pro in 1-Click 🎉
Give Emoji Library a test drive!
In just 1-Click! 👏
In 1-Click, an emoji will be added to your project as .png to your After Effects or Premiere Pro project.
Quick and simple.
Category filtering 🔎 and skin tone support 👨🏻🤝👨🏿
Easily find the emoji you are looking for by using the search or category filters.
Need a specific skin tone? There are 6 to choose from! 👍👍🏻👍🏼👍🏽👍🏾👍🏿
However, each emoji set uses a slightly different open-source license type. Check the links below the specific information and conditions.
Twitter (Copyright 2020 Twitter, Inc and other contributors) emojis are available for personal and commercial use under the CC-BY 4.0 license.
Openmoji (the open-source emoji and icon project) emojis are available for personal and commercial use under the CC BY-SA 4.0 license.
Google Noto (the open-source emoji library) emoji are available for personal commercial use under the Apache License 2.0.
Please follow these steps to get your brand new .zxp extension installed.
- Download and open the ZXP Installer from aescripts.com
- Drag Emoji-LibraryV2.zxp into ZXP Installer
- Close and re-open After Effects or Premiere Pro
- Navigate to the top Window menu, Extension > Emoji Library
- Click to open the panel
|After Effects or Premiere Pro||CC 2019 or later|
|System Requirements||Windows (10 or later) / macOS|
|Licence information||1 license code for 2 instances: Your Emoji Library license code can be used on two instances. For example: After Effects and Premiere Pro on the same machine. Or After Effects on two different machines. Or Premiere Pro on two different machines. As soon as the license code has been used on a third instance, it will automatically log out one of the previous instances.|
|1.0.0||Nov 21, 2022||Initial public release 🎉|
|2.0.0||Jan 11, 2023||Now compatible with Premiere Pro 🎊 + additional bug fixes for Windows OS users|
|2.0.1||Mar 16, 2023||Bug fix to prevent false offline notifications when a user is connected to the internet|