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After Effects: Timelapse 3D Motion & Compositing

Keith Kiska

About this course

Everybody wants an animated logo these days, which is great news for freelance video editors. But what if you're a video editor and new to motion graphics? Motion Graphics for Video Editors breaks down this workflow into easily understandable chunks, showing how to use the Adobe Creative Cloud tools that most video editors already have to complete basic motion graphics tasks. In this installment of the series, Rich Harrington introduces a few different ways to get and prep logos that are the right format and resolution, and use Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator to convert the files into layered images that are ready to animate. The real work then takes place in After Effects, where Rich shows how to animate a vector logo, as well as how to render a logo animation, add reflections, cast shadows, fill a logo with a pattern, and add rays and glows that will impress your future clients.

Topics include:

  • Acquiring and scanning logo files
  • Working with Creative Cloud Market templates
  • Prepping a vector logo
  • Creating a layered file for animation in Adobe Illustrator
  • Animating a vector logo
  • Creating cast reflections
  • Filling a logo with a pattern

Curriculum1h 49m

  • Exercise Files
  • Welcome
  • How to Use the Exercise Files
  • Adding 3D Motion to Static & Moving Timelapses
  • Hyper-Zooms
  • Text, Animation, & Tracking
  • Compositing Foreground & Background Elements
  • Using Compositing to Fix Your Shot
  • Wrap Up

About this course

Everybody wants an animated logo these days, which is great news for freelance video editors. But what if you're a video editor and new to motion graphics? Motion Graphics for Video Editors breaks down this workflow into easily understandable chunks, showing how to use the Adobe Creative Cloud tools that most video editors already have to complete basic motion graphics tasks. In this installment of the series, Rich Harrington introduces a few different ways to get and prep logos that are the right format and resolution, and use Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator to convert the files into layered images that are ready to animate. The real work then takes place in After Effects, where Rich shows how to animate a vector logo, as well as how to render a logo animation, add reflections, cast shadows, fill a logo with a pattern, and add rays and glows that will impress your future clients.

Topics include:

  • Acquiring and scanning logo files
  • Working with Creative Cloud Market templates
  • Prepping a vector logo
  • Creating a layered file for animation in Adobe Illustrator
  • Animating a vector logo
  • Creating cast reflections
  • Filling a logo with a pattern

Curriculum1h 49m

  • Exercise Files
  • Welcome
  • How to Use the Exercise Files
  • Adding 3D Motion to Static & Moving Timelapses
  • Hyper-Zooms
  • Text, Animation, & Tracking
  • Compositing Foreground & Background Elements
  • Using Compositing to Fix Your Shot
  • Wrap Up