- When to use vector vs. raster graphics
- Working with high-dynamic-range images
- Choosing the right color space
- Understanding file extensions and file formats
- Maintaining broadcast-safe color and luminance levels
- Configuring Photoshop and Illustrator workspaces and preferences
- Using templates
- Building titles
- Sizing photos or logos
- Saving Photoshop and Illustrator files for video graphics
Skill Level Beginner
- Hi, my name's Rich Harrington, and welcome. Today, we're gonna be taking a look at some of the essential terminology as well as technology that's used when creating graphics for use in video project. It doesn't matter if you're creating motion graphic elements set to going to tools like Adobe After Effects or Apple Motion, or creating elements to bring into a non-linear editing system, like Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro or Avid. We're gonna cover the essential things you need to know to prepare both vector and raster graphics. Now, along the way I'll share a few techniques.
This entire course though is meant as a primer, something to help you feel technically sound so you can tackle more advanced classes with design topics. Throughout today's course, I'm gonna focus on the core technologies that you need to master. There's gonna be a lot of focus on the right terminology, so you really feel confident, and as you move from one program to another, you'll know what to look for. Now, we're gonna focus on Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator as our preparation tools, but the end result for delivery can vary greatly. You might be using a motion graphics application, a color grading tool, or a non-linear editor, that's okay, we'll focus on getting files ready for all of those.
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1. Core Technology for Video Graphics
2. Broadcast-Safe Issues
3. Setting Up Photoshop for a Video Workflow
4. Setting Up Illustrator for a Video Workflow
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