There are Photoshop plugins and some freeware programs that will go through a folder of images and use them to make a different picture that you specify.
You can use that sort of thing and then use Card Dance on it to disperse the photos in 3d space.
Alternatively, you can align all your photos in a grid in AE or Photoshop and put the grid of photos in a precomp. Then, in the precomp, fade your logo in over the top of them.
In your main comp, apply Card Dance to disperse the photos in 3d space.
Ayato had a (very old) tutorial on doing that sort of thing. I can't access his site for some reason, but I think this was the tut: http://www.ayatoweb.com/ae_tips_e/ae50_e.html
Hey! Thanks! I knew it had to be something with caard dance, I wasn't sure about it. I'll start working, also I must say I'm pretty new to this kind of things.
Try this. Batch process your photos in photoshop to crop them and size them to just larger than you want them to appear in your video. Let's say 200 X 200. Use the automation features to save them as a numbered sequence, photo_01.png, photo_02.png and so forth.
Import these into AE as a image sequence, set the frame rate of the image sequence to match your main comp frame rate, then add the image sequence to your timeline.
Now use Trapcode Form or Particular and use your image sequence as a custom particle. Set the particle to your image sequence, random still frame, adjust the number of particles to match the length of your image sequenc, then follow some of the Trapcode Form or Particular tutorials about moving particles into a logo.
Thanks a bunch! Thant's more that I was expecting! I do have, though, to start doing some tuts about Particular, because I'm not so acquainted with it...
Thanks a lot, really helpful!