Now when the first part of the animation is done, you can concentrate on the pack shot. This time you are going to take a more traditional approach and animate it inside Adobe Premiere Pro. How do you animate a pack shot? In this movie, author Eran Stern will demonstrate how to animate a pack shot inside Adobe Premiere Pro.
- Now when the first part of the animation is done,…we can concentrate on the pack-shot.…This time, we are going to take a more traditional approach…and animate it inside Premier Pro.…Alright, so just to remind you where we are now,…this is what we've managed to create until now.…So, we have this spinning yogurt cup,…and then two titles entering the screen,…and they are blasting to all directions…using the shatter deformer,…and now it's time to introduce the three other heroes…which are additional cups of yogurt…all with new blasting flavors.…
So, to add them, you can go to the project planner…and under the source file's an already rendered 3 copies of…Yogurt one, two, and three.…Just going to select all of them,…then find out where we want to place them.…So, let's start at six seconds over here.…I'm just going to drag all three and place them one…after the other,…then let's make some room over here,…and then reposition them on screen.…So, I'm going to take yogurt number one,…drag it one track up, maybe even two tracks up,…
This course works through real-world scenarios, showcasing impressive type effects used to create visually stunning scenes. To make type integrate seamlessly with the footage, Eran demonstrates how to use tracking, rotoscoping, particles, distortions, camera effects, and more. Compositing is performed in Premiere Pro as the main editing hub. In addition to Photoshop and After Effects, the course also explores a PixelSquid plugin, a Bounce Pack set of transitions, ReelSmart Motion Blur, a Continuum Complete set of 3D objects, and some text design templates of Titler Pro 4. These third-party plugins are introduced to complement your workflow while keeping time spent outside the editing interface minimal. This course is designed to equip you with the skills needed to create promos, trailers, and openers that exhibit superb use of 3D titles.
- Creating 3D objects and type
- Rendering text
- Animating with motion and transitions
- Faking depth with rotoscoping
- Working with multiple layers
- Creating a shatter explosion
- Floating type in a liquid text simulation
- Attaching type to a moving object within a scene
- Adding motion graphics to movement within a scene