Join Adam Crespi for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a custom transition, part of Creating Motion Graphics with Fusion.
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- [Narrator] When you've got your 3D footage all together,…everything is glowing, blurring, merged, occluded,…and so on, you want to think about getting it…in the right place in the timeline.…Right now I've worked in 0-59 on this, and I need to slip…it back so that it sits at the midpoint of our third…party transition, that blow out to white.…At the moment everything in here goes from 0-59,…I sort of set it up as an independent comp to get it all…looking right figuring I'd slip it into the right place.…What I'm going to do is pan over here in the flow,…and take a look at where that animation…sits on that dissolve.…
I'll select it, and we can see in here that it starts…out at frame 168, and by 180,…that dissolve is fully in effect.…So really this should be from 181 forward.…I'll go through and play it just to make sure.…In decreasing that render end time down to about,…we'll say, 210, and bring the start time of that render…to, let's say, 160.…I'll play it, and make sure I'm showing that soft glow.…
So right here we see those guys come in,…
- Importing and layering footage
- Creating a camera and setting up a renderer
- Animating cameras in 3D space
- Adding a particle system
- Lighting the scene
- Adding effects like depth of field and motion blur
- Painting a logo
- Adding text
- Rendering the final composite
Skill Level Intermediate
Mograph Techniques: Fractured 3D Typewith Ian Robinson1h 53m Intermediate
1. Importing and Layering Footage
2. Animating Cameras in 3D Space
3. Adding Particles
Creating a particle renderer6m 19s
4. Lighting the Scene
5. Adding Post Effects and Final Polish
6. Using Paint to Create a Logo
7. Adding Text and Rendering
Next steps1m 21s
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