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Smoke Intro – FREE

Here’s the next free after effects template. You can use it for personal and commercial purposes. Just don’t sell it. Would appreciate backlinks. Thank you

Main Features:
– AE CS5 or Above
– 1920x1080p @ 23.976fps
– Real smoke footage (.mov)
– Real flares footage (.mov)
– No plugins required

Download Here

Soundfx not included, you can purchase it here if interested.

Here’s a quick tutorial on how to customize this template:


  1. once says:

    tq bro.nice templates

  2. eric says:

    Hello Your intros are very cool could you explain how to use them please ?

  3. evan says:

    i just downloaded it i thought the file is like the video u posted that almost 30 sec preview and the effetcts in it.

  4. Joshua says:

    How do you make the intro longer

    • de@coolvideointro.com says:

      Hi joshua, template is not modular, so you need to adjust the composition length, then adjust all keyframes… so yeah a little time consuming.

  5. Mrwild says:

    How do we remove the coolvideointro.com thing? If we cant thats fine with me.

  6. Skyrift says:

    i’m using this in my new video on which of these 3 intro’s will i use for my video’s so this is the third one ^_^

  7. Dhaval says:

    Problem that most peolpe have today in tech is the I focus veusrs that what they can do for their employers. Think the real way to sell yourself is not what I am, but what you can do for the employer, what you are willing to do, and how much you understand that you are a team member. Be willing to listen and learn, it always helps to learn.Too many come out stating they are experts in their field without any real experience at all. Anyone who has worked for a while knows that they don’t know everything and never will. In other words, the more you know, the more you know you don’t know. Ego is the biggest turn-off for a potential employer when it is all about me veusrs all about what you are willing to do as an employee for the company and as a team player. When you can get past the focus on the self, and move into what your contribution to the employer is and how that will benefit both of you, then the interviews and the offers become easier to obtain. Your reputation as a performer will be building itself if you follow through with that simple philosophy of delivering on what you set out as your stated goal: This is what I will do for you, potential employer. As your employee, these will be the things that will be done in good faith, always with the goal of obtaining a mutually beneficial success together. That is what a good employer really wants. Not saying there are not bad employers out there, there are. Good employers though, will reward and always keep you in mind when you deliver on those promises. They will remember you as well and that will cement your reputation within your network as a person that delivers on your promises, which is so important to your lifelong success.There are many peolpe who want shortcuts in careers and life, but as a reader of the classics, Horace’s words still ring true: Life grants nothing to us mortals without hard work. So it is true today and will be tomorrow. Having traveled at least four careers in my lifetime to date, it is surprising to me that others seems so fixated on one alone and will pine away when one path dies. Adaptation is the key to survival, and there is no guarantee that my life will not change in future. What the next call may be, is yet unforeseen, but there is much more time even at this age to revisit a path unknown.Hope that peolpe realise that not all things they expect will occur are going to occur, and that the careers that they end up with may not be the careers they dreamed of at an earlier age. My sole advice to all is to look instead within yourself and be willing to adapt when necessary. All other advice, like this, is just a small bit of material that is only for pondering. It serves no purpose lest it be used to start something within, and then the deed is only half-done.It is up to you to live: He who postpones the hour of living is like the rustic who waits for the river to run out before he crosses. (again) HoraceGood luck to those searching, there is much to do, and no time to ponder, only the time to start.

  8. Joseph Sloan says:

    Hey, is it possible to upload our own music into the intro?

  9. James G says:

    Love the intro and just wanted to let you know that I’m going to start using it for my videos. I’ll put a link in each description pointing back here.
    My videos can be found at http://youtube.com/gasspoweredgaming

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  11. Laur says:

    Thank’s ! This is great !

  12. balaji says:

    pls post me cs4 intro templetes i am new to after effects

  13. kris says:

    I like to know whether free templates can I use for commercial use.

    I don’t sell AE file but I like to ask I can use client logo to animate
    and sell it ad mp4 file. Appreciate your reply.

    I’m a freelancer. I like to know can I resell your free templates for my
    client in like freelancer, or fiverr etc. I like to charge them for editing their logo.

    Some ask as file. Some ask only mp4 file.

    can i use on monetize youtube channel with a backlink to this website.

    Many people ask for YouTube logo animation intro.

    Looking forward for your reply.

  14. kk says:

    You can use it for personal and commercial purposes. Just don’t sell it. Would appreciate backlinks. Thank you

    can i use this for making videos for my clients. i charge them to make videos on freelance site.

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