Designing a lower-third graphic


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Designing a lower-third graphic

If you've ever watched television in your life, you've probably seen about 4000 lower third graphics, but just in case you weren't paying attention or you are little unfamiliar, the lower third graphic is a graphic element that obviously appears in the lower part of the screen and it's most often seen in news broadcasts, typically used to introduce someone's name like the news anchor or the weatherperson. The main purpose of the lower third is just to show you pertinent information, but not be so large as to distract you from whatever else is going on in the scene.

So we're going to create a lower third graphic based on the title design we created in the previous chapter. That way we can use it as a part of our overall graphics package for this show revealing the artist. So to get started, let's look at the Graphics Package Elements folder and first thing you'll notice, we have our Title_ Open Comp and this is the same comp we created in the previous chapter....

Designing a lower-third graphic
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Designing a lower-third graphic provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ian Robinson as part of the After Effects: Principles of Motion Graphics

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Video
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After Effects
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