Join Ian Robinson for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Mograph Techniques: Retiming and Tracking Footage.
I want to take a moment to say thank you and help define some next steps as you…continue your jounrney exploring motion graphics.…I have some other suggestions for some courses you might want to explore.…Since we just finished mograph techniques you'll probably want to check out the…other mograph techniques titles. The great thing about this is the fact…that it explores cinema 4D as well as after effects.…Now if you want to go a little bit more in depth about motion graphics, I have a…course on the principles of motion graphics.…Like I said, it's a little bit more in depth.…
It's almost 8 hours and it covers a variety of different techniques as well as…explores some of the basic principles behind design.…Another great course is Design in Motion with Rob Garrott.…I really love this because it explores a bunch of quick techniques you can use in…both After Effects and Cinema 4D to help take your motion graphics to the next…level. Now if you're one of those people who like…to explore the nuts and bolts of how everything works you'll want to check out…
- Analyzing a rough cut
- Tracking with mocha
- Adding and animating spheres
- Creating an animated logo with particles
- Adding dynamic motion
- Color correcting the back plate
- Blending particles emitters
- Retiming layers with prerenders
- Adjusting speed with Timewarp
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Isolating the Base Layer Video
Analyzing the rough cut2m 7s
2. Tracking Footage
3. Adding Graphics
4. Adding Color Correction and Finishing Touches
Next steps1m 21s
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