- 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 and customizing animation presets
- Extruding 3D text in After Effects
- Creating titles in Premiere Pro
- Adding a logo to a lower third
- Linking text
Skill Level Beginner
- Hi. My name's Rich Harrington, and welcome to the series Motion Graphics for Video. We're going to be taking a look today at specifically designing with type. Now to do this, I'm going to rely upon two key programs, both Photoshop and After Effects, and these apps are usable by a wide range of folks, whether you're a motion graphic artist or a video editor. I'll also jump into Adobe Premier Pro to illustrate some of the things that can be done in a non-linear editing tool. Now, in this case, because all three apps are made by Adobe, you'll see some particularly excellent integration, as they're able to share files and seamlessly hand-off material in between.
But even if Adobe Premier Pro is not your home-base for editing, you'll still learn a bunch of skills that are going to be useful inside of Photoshop and After Effects. So, with that in mind, let's start to explore some techniques.
Illustrator CC 2013 One-on-One: Intermediatewith Deke McClelland11h 37m Intermediate
Mograph Techniques: Creating a Product Endpagewith Ian Robinson1h 50m 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. An Overview of Text in Adobe Premiere Pro
7. Adobe Premiere Pro Design Techniques
8. Linking Workflows for Text with Adobe Video Apps
Live templates2m 49s
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