Motion graphics is utilizes audio, video and animation techniques to create the impression of moving objects. You’ll find motion graphics almost worldwide these days, from commercials, to film titles, to educational videos. While there are an infinite number of pathways to follow while working on a motion graphics project, only a few will yield the best results in the shortest amount of time. This class is tailored for the intermediate motion graphics artist who wants to streamline their work process and maximize results. With this course you will also learn video editing course.
Topics include in Motion Graphics Course:
- Planning an efficient round tripping process
- Using proxies to speed up your work
- Moving from Illustrator and Photoshop to After Effects
- Creating and using templates in After Effects
- Moving between Adobe apps smoothly
- Working with 3D Applications
Using computer softwares, motion graphics artists create animated 2- and 3-dimensional images. Artists use video and animation to give the effect of action through changing images. Work is produced for media, such as the television, Internet, and film. Mediums include commercial, broadcast titles and Web ads, movie trailers, music videos, video signage, and content for mobile devices. Artists might also use photography and video equipment to capture images or audio devices for multimedia projects. They identify the best techniques and methods to present material.
Motion graphics artists are important for the creative process at different stages. Conceptualization, storyboarding, video editing and animating are just a few of the phases involved. Other duties may include keyframing and typography.
Motion Graphics Course Outline:
- Adobe Photoshop
- Adobe Illustrator
- Adobe After Effects
- Adobe Premiere Pro