Organizing projects for motion graphics


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Organizing projects for motion graphics

Really, this video should be called Intervention. It's time to clean up your act. We've all seen those shows. People have a house, and it's cluttered with all kinds of stuff: junk, trash, whatever. Unfortunately, you and I know that many of us are prone to do this with our projects, random files and folders strewn all over the Desktop or on internal drives, external drives-- you get the idea. When it comes to creating motion graphics, organization is key. If you listen to the last video in my Intro chapter, the definition of motion graphics requires a very large skill set, so more often than not, in order to knock a project out of the park, you'll need more than one person working on the project. So, that's it.

You should know if you're expecting to be able to have another artist or designer pick up your project, you better have your stuff organized. If not, just be ready for the chaos. Now, I've gone ahead and made an example folder structure in the exercise fil...

Organizing projects for motion graphics
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Organizing projects for motion graphics 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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