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In Motion: Principles of Motion Graphics, Ian Robinson shares the core concepts and techniques used to create real-world motion graphic elements in Apple Motion. The course starts with finding the initial inspiration for a project and then covers how to bring those ideas to life using the tools in Motion, including type treatments, filters, textures, and lighting. Two projects demonstrating how to animate a title sequence and how to assemble a graphics package are also included. Exercise files accompany the course.
I just wanted to take a moment to thank you for watching this course. If you want to continue learning more about Motion, you should definitely check out some of the other titles on the lynda.com Training Library. If you find that you want some extra details about how to use specific tools and functions, you might want to check out the Motion 4 Essential Training. You also might want to check out Chris and Trish Meyers' using lighting effects in post if you want to extend some different effects capabilities within Motion. But I've made mentioned throughout the course about round-tripping.
There is actually a dedicated course by Jason Osder called Final Cut Studio: Round-Tripping. If you notice, sure enough, he's got sections on how to send things back and forth between Final Cut Pro and Motion. So, as I said before, thank you very much for taking my training. I wish you much happiness with your new techniques for creating motion graphics with Motion.
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