How to Use Motion's Replicator Tool for Video


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Using the Replicator

The replicator is another one of those tools in Motion that really kind of makes motion graphics fun again. See, anything that you drag and drop into a Motion project you can turn into a replicator. Now I want you to understand you need to be a little aware of what you're doing when you start replicating things. See, if I drag the full HD video clip in here and try to replicate it, things might come to a screeching halt. I mean they might not, but you just want to be aware as to how much processing power is going to be required to be able to process something that's going to be replicated.

Now, to give you an understanding as to how a replicator works, or what one even looks like, let's go ahead and create one. Now if we look in our project here, you'll notice I have a generator. And if we analyze it in the Inspector, I just set it as a gradient, and its width is about 20 pixels across and it's a full 720 high. Now in order to replicate this, I'm just going to go ah...

Using the Replicator
Video duration: 5m 1s 9h 1m Beginner Updated Aug 27, 2015

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Using the Replicator provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ian Robinson as part of the Motion 5 Essential Training

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Video
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Motion
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