Kinetic Typography is a popular style of motion graphics that combines animated text with the spoken word in such a way that it evokes a particular emotion or an idea. This tutorial will teach you how to animate text in a way that is both creative and fun.
Our entry-level Motion tutorial sets the groundwork for creating eye-catching motion graphics, titles and effects. Learn fundamental Motion skills: transforming objects; animating with behaviors and keyframes; using shapes, replicators, particles and more.
An immersive tutorial focusing on Motion’s 3D titles. Learn how to place 3D text into scenes that include realistic environments, lighting and shadows. Also learn how to make custom textures, layers and finishes.
You’ll discover how versatile shapes are, as you create and animate paint strokes; mask a moving subject and then track it; morph one shape into another; animate shapes using an audio parameter behavior and much more!
Jump into the director’s chair as you set up 3D projects, then frame, sweep, dolly and create fluid camera movement throughout your scenes. Learn how to control the camera’s angle of view and focal plane to create cinematic depth of field effects.
Mark Spencer will show you how to give your titles the Tarantino treatment. Learn how to create highly stylized, gritty title sequences for your films, commercials or music videos. This tutorial assumes you are comfortable in Motion.