The intro shot: Adding text elements to the composite


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The intro shot: Adding text elements to the composite

The last step in the process for shot- 001 is to add the text elements that will go along with the voiceover. Now, this technique is called a see-and-say. You're seeing the copy at the same time the voiceover announcer is saying it on-screen and it's a good technique to reinforce the message. Now, our type elements are going to be very simple, just in the center of the screen in a very simple font, and they are going to cross-dissolve between each other. So, I need to find out when that cross- dissolve happens and so I am going to go back to the cameramatic. I have that open and that is inside the Working comps folder by the way.

So, here in the Working comps you can see there is the cameramatic-001 file. So, I open that up, scrub through my animation. If I hold down the Command key, I can hear the scratch VO track. So, what I am trying to do is find out where the dissolve happens and so let's scrub through this. So, here is where the type has to come in. After. So right there wher...

The intro shot: Adding text elements to the composite
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The intro shot: Adding text elements to the composite provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Rob Garrott as part of the CINEMA 4D: Designing a Promo

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3D + Animation Video
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