Adjusting the title and animations for the best compression


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Adjusting the title and animations for the best compression

There are two places in this video that we've created short animations or motion graphics, one is at the beginning, the opening with the title, and the other is the historical section with the scans of newspaper stills. We've worked on these parts at various points in the process. First, roughing them in, then actually animating them and making them work for timing, and now we have to do one more pass just checking and adjusting the composite.

And what I mean by that is the details of exactly how these images fold together. In the case of the title, it's how the title itself works over the background image. Does it show up okay? Does it look clear? And in the case of the photographs, we want to make sure that in the final analysis that animation looks good. Sometimes you can get some bad noise or crawling when you move an image, and it just doesn't render properly.

So we're going to make some small adjustments, but we're also going to talk about how you have to care...

Adjusting the title and animations for the best compression
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Adjusting the title and animations for the best compression provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Jason Osder as part of the Documentary Editing with Premiere Pro

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