Emoji Library 😎 for After Effects

Emoji Library 😎 for After Effects

Over 9,000 high-resolution and open-source emojis now in After Effects πŸŽ‰

$9.99 $6.99 πŸ’³ Available from Gumroad


Every emoji from Twitter, OpenMoji and Google now available in 1-Click πŸ‘

Emoji Library Sets

Choose from over 9,000 high-resolution and open-source emojis to add to your After Effects project with just the click of a button.

Each emoji set supports the latest Unicode Version 14.0.

Category filtering πŸ”Ž and skin tone support πŸ‘¬

Emoji Library Search and Categories

Easily find the emoji you are looking for by using the search or category filters.


Emoji Library Skintone


Need a specific skin tone? There are 6 to choose from! πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸΎπŸ‘πŸΏ



FAQs

Yes! πŸŽ‰

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.
Sadly not. Unlike the other emoji sets avaible in this plugin, Apple have not made their emoji images open-source. Therefore, it is not possible to use any of the Apple emoji images without getting permission from Apple’s legal department.
When an emoji is sent to composition, a .png is downloaded from the network and saved to your computer. An /emoji directory will be automatically created in the same location as the After Effects .aep file and the emoji images will be saved there. The resolution of the emojis are around 500 x 500px.
Yes, an internet connection is required. If you are not connected to the internet, the extension will freeze until the connection is restored.
Currently Emoji Library only works for After Effects. But fear not, I'm working on getting it working for Premier Pro and other apps soon. So for those who have purchased Emoji Library already, keep a look out for a free to download update. πŸ‘€



Install Guide

Please follow these steps to get your brand new .zxp extension installed.

  • Download and open the ZXP Installer from aescripts.com
  • Drag Emoji-Library-1.0.0.zxp into ZXP Installer
  • Close and re-open After Effects
  • Navigate to the top Window menu, Extension > Emoji Library
  • Click to open the panel
After Effects CC 2019 or later
System Requirements Windows (10 or later recommended) / macOS
Licence information 1 license code per machine. When activating the same license code on a new machine, the previous machine will automatically delicense



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Emoji Library Sets

Change log

Version Release date Comments
1.0.0 Nov 21, 2022 Inital public release πŸŽ‰



Acknowledgements

Thanks to the team and contributors who created the fantastic open-source Emoji Mart - Copyright (c) Missive.

Attribution for emoji graphics used on this page

Twitter (Copyright 2020 Twitter, Inc and other contributors) CC-BY 4.0. Openmoji (the open-source emoji and icon project) CC BY-SA 4.0. Google Noto (the open source emoji library) Apache License 2.0.

Extension License

This extension is provided β€œas is,” without warranty of any kind, expressed or implied. In no event shall the author be held liable for any damages arising in any way from the use of this script. Emoji Library End-User License Agreement.

Copyright Β© 2022 JAMES X DIGITAL