Before you send out your project to be used in Adobe Premiere Pro, you need to make sure everything is in order and cleaned up. In this video, author Nick Harauz demonstrates the various techniques to clean up your After Effects text template project so that it stays organized, as well as provides a great experience for the end user.
- Now that you've finished your project…it's extremely important to get feedback…to make sure the template is working properly…on multiple systems.…At the end of the day you're responsible…for providing the people who will use your template…with a user friendly experience.…Let's look at the various ways we can test our template out.…So when dealing with template projects…and before sending it out it's extremely important…that you make sure everything is organized…before you give it to the person…that's about to use it.…Nothing is going to be more painful than someone…coming back to you for having used your template…that you created in the first place…to simplify the workflow process.…
So here in my Chapter 3A folder I have an example…of a little bit of project organization,…you could do with the Chapter 3_7 project…we just worked with.…So in the chapter 3_8 folder,…number one there are a series of folders here…trying to guide the user experience…that we've seen in Chapter 2 as well as…in Chapter 3.…So it's very clear right here at the top,…
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- Modifying AE text templates in Premiere
- Adding shapes and expressions to the text animation
- Understanding composition structure
- Modifying text and replacing visible graphics
- Adjusting global controls
- Breaking down your template idea
- Building a photo mosaic
- Creating basic animation
- Adding a camera to the animation
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on 06/26/2017. What changed?
A: New videos were added that cover text templates vs. Essential Graphics, building a template through Essential Graphics, adding supported properties to the Essential Graphics panel, and viewing the motion graphics template in Premiere Pro.