Importing type from illustrator


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Importing type from illustrator

I'm sure many of you understand the advantage of creating graphics inside of Illustrator for the most part, but if you're new to Illustrator or just a little unfamiliar, Illustrator is a vector-based graphic application. That means no matter what size you create an element, you can scale that graphic as large as it needs to be without losing any quality in the graphic. Of course there are exceptions, as Illustrator can import and create some rasterized graphics. But really about 90% of the time you'll be working with 100% fully vector-based files.

So what does this mean for you? Well, quite possibly a few things. Now, we're going to import these graphic elements into our project using a few different methods, and I think once you see just how many options there are, you'll have a better idea as to the flexibility that Illustrator can provide your projects. So to get started, the first thing to understand with Illustrator is the fact that you can have multiple elements ...

Importing type from illustrator
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Importing type from illustrator 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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