Join Nick Harauz for an in-depth discussion in this video Explore animation styles, part of Learning Typography for Video Editors.
- [Instructor] So now that we know a little bit…about the principles of animation,…which attract our eye to animation,…whether it be text or just graphics in general,…it's important to study various animation styles.…And a couple great resources…that you should check out as a video editor,…although it equally applies to motion graphic design,…the first website I'm gonna mention…is something called the Art of the Title.…So Art of the Title is an incredible resource…in terms of titles that were used in feature films…at either the beginning or end of a movie,…as well as for various motion graphic projects,…as well as trade shows.…
You can come in here and get a good sense…for how text is treated along with motion graphics…and see how it actually moves.…It is one of the largest resources…of being able to see and dissect text animation.…And one of my favorite features,…besides being able to search at the top,…happens to do with heading to the top of the page…and being able to see designers and studios.…Here what you can do is search for…
- Conveying a message through type
- Type terminology
- Keeping your title safe
- Making type legible
- Automating lower thirds
- Designing titles
- Animating type
- Making 3D type
Skill Level Beginner
The basics of title design1m 16s
1. Title Essentials
2. Type in Video
3. Text in Motion
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