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Learn how to create stunning motion graphics and animations for video production. Author Ian Robinson explains how to format and animate type with the Transform Glyph tool and explores Motion's real-time 3D tools. The course also covers working in 3D space, creating depth with lights and shadows, keying green screen effects, and working with particle systems. In addition, Ian offers practical advice on integrating Motion into a professional video workflow and explains how to work smarter using rigs and templates.
Hi, I'm Ian Robinson. Welcome in Motion 5 Essential Training. In this course I'll show you the ins and outs for using this real-time motion- graphics application. We will take a look at the different ways to animate objects in a project using traditional keyframes and Motion's very own animation tools known as behaviors. We will use the text-design tools to create graphics as simple as a lower third or complex as a title open. We will learn the finer points of text animation, like text on path movements and animating individual characters in Word.
I'll show you some of Motion's most exciting features, like replicators, particle systems, and generators, to create original animated art from scratch. Finally, we'll take a look at how to animate all of these elements in 3D space. I'm really excited to show you what Motion 5 is capable of and to share with you some of my motion graphics tips and tricks. So let's get started with Motion 5 Essential Training.
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