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I would say that you'd want an uncompressed video of the animation; typically, those are wrapped in a MOV container.
You can make a new comp Cmd+N with the screen dimensions, and in the project panel, drag that new comp into your main comp. Then you can make the UI animations within that new comp and they will be updated to your main comp. The new comp size will work sort of like mask in this case. If you've already created/animated the layers in your main comp, you can ...
In CC this seems to have changed slightly to a rather unintuitive process: With your layers ready to make frames from, open the timeline panel. You should see Create Frame Animation in the middle of the panel. If you only see Create Video Timeline, use the arrow next to it to switch to frame mode. Click the button. This will create a single frame in the ...
You could also create the animation of the UI using Keynote. Its fairly simple and perfect for creating UI animations. I then used after effects to just place the video it into the Phone. Step 1 : I first created the UI animation on keynote and made this: http://vimeo.com/108991829 Step 2 : I then placed the video into an iPhone after effects mockup that ...
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