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- [Ian] Well, this is where I get a chance to say … thank you for checking out the course, … and actually give you some tips on where to go from here. … Now, I know motion is kind of an interesting application … in that it is meant to work with Final Cut Pro. … And so of course I always recommend … checking out the Final Cut Pro 10 essential training title. … That's a great way to actually compliment … what it is you've learned in motion. … I also have a motion course … on principals of motion graphics, where we build … some traditional motion graphics using Apple Motion. … And again, it was an older version, … so the interface may look a little different, … but the majority of the functionality will remain the same. … So once again, I just want to say thanks … for checking out the course. … I hope you have a ton of fun … in your ongoing learning process. … …
- Adding video
- Creating shapes and 2D types
- Importing files
- Applying behaviors
- Animating type and graphics
- Applying filters to video
- Creating a match move
- Masking and compositing
- Adding lights
- Creating 3D type
- Creating particle systems
- Animating cameras
- Exporting and sharing Motion projects
Skill Level Beginner
Motion: Principles of Motion Graphics (2011)with Ian Robinson3h 43m Intermediate
Sound Design for Motion Graphicswith Scott Hirsch2h 52m Intermediate
Motion Graphics Loops: 1 Photoshop Techniqueswith Owen Lowery1h 16m Intermediate
1. Adding Assets to Projects
2. Understanding Animation
Animating type6m 1s
3. Working with Video
4. Masking and Compositing
5. Exploring 3D
6. Using Advanced Creation and Animation Tools
7. Controlling Cameras
8. Exporting and Sharing Files
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