Well, have you even watched some basic tutorials. This takes 5 minutes.
Even basic tasks in After Effects require a certain level of knowledge. You can use CC Sphere to make a sphere, but it won't help if you don't understand how to use keyframes to animate its position.
I would highly recommend you go through these resources: http://adobe.ly/AE_basics
Trying to use AE without getting a solid foundation is, as Jesus says in Matthew, like a guy who builds his house on sand and is surprised when the storm comes and blows it all away.
Amen, Szalam. As confirmands memorize it at my church, "This is most certainly true".
yes i actually have watched the tutorial videos. If i knew what to do do you think i would be asking for help? ive tried some things but its not working for me. and these basic videos dont give me the information i need.
Please describe in more detail the problem you're having. Some pictures/storyboards, example videos of what you want to do, or example videos of your attempts that have failed would help us to understand what you're trying to do. Because, from your description, you would know how to do it if you actually had gone through ALL of the resources I linked you to - so we must be misunderstanding your goal.
This pastor wants me to make a lower third basically consisting their church symbol into a sphere (which btw when i turn the picture into a sphere im having difficulty trying to put the symbol on both sides of the sphere without stretching it. ) and as that is spinning from the lower left the lower third is following it right behind with the scripture in it. so i know how to make a basic lower third im just having trouble turning this picture into a sphere and making it look like decent without it stretching. and then habving two-three layers of a lower third move at the same time. i have more experience on Avid and Final cut. Im just starting to learn Primeire
Create a comp twice as wide as it is tall. Put the logo in that comp twice, spaced out evenly.
Plop that comp into your main comp and apply CC Sphere to it.
See if that helps the stretching issue.
Precompose the rest of your lower third and then animate that in to follow the sphere's animation.