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aron66 says

Anyone know how can i get the same “reflection” effect on my project? Like in this one:

Which effect should i use?

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doru says

try using “linear wipe” effect

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JakubVejmola says

Just make a white solid and fade it using the linear wipe effect or ramp effect (from white to black). Then set the logo layer to be a track matte for the white solid…so now your solid will be displayed only on the logo. Set the tranfer mode to add or screen and play with the opacity to get your desired look.

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aron66 says

I’ll try it! Thanks for help guys! :)

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