Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Exercise files, part of Motion Graphics for Video Editors: Working with Type.
- In this course, I've put together a collection of hands-on exercise files. I suggest if your membership includes it, that you download those. This will help you really bring the techniques to life. These include a wide range of projects to really help you wrap your head around the different techniques. In order to use these, you'll need to have a version of Adobe Photoshop, Adobe After Effects, and Adobe Premiere Pro. Now if you don't have access to all three of these applications, that's okay. You can use the applications and just watch the videos for the tools that you use.
But in this course, we will cover all three, and if you have access to them, please make sure they're up to date so you can really enjoy and follow along to take advantage of all the features.
- Designing lower thirds in Photoshop
- Creating alpha channels in Photoshop
- Designing 3D type in Photoshop
- Distressing text
- Creating a watermark
- Animating text with After Effects
- Using animation presets
- Extruding 3D text in After Effects
- Creating titles in Premiere Pro
- Adding a logo to a lower third
- Using Dynamic Link with text for Premiere Pro and After Effects
Skill Level Beginner
After Effects: Animated Write-on Typewith Ran Ben Avraham1h 34m Intermediate
1. Designing Lower Thirds in Photoshop
2. Designing 3D Type in Photoshop
3. Photoshop Design Techniques
4. Animated Text with After Effects
5. After Effects Design Techniques
6. Overview of Text in Adobe Premiere Pro
7. Linking Workflows for Text with Adobe Video Apps
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