In this tutorial you will use Motion to create a Kinetic Typography treatment of an old Merrie Melodies cartoon. Along the way, you’ll learn how to sync type to markers; animate characters or entire words; work with a 3D Scene Camera and use Shapes and a Replicators to create supplemental graphics.
Look Mom, no Keyframes!
Motion’s Sequence Text Behavior will make your text perform incredible feats. You’ll learn how a simple adjustment on a character will define the movement of an entire word or phrase without the use of a single keyframe.
Fly Around Your Type with a Camera
Kinetic Typography is the perfect playground for adding a 3D camera. With it you can move from one part of your type to another as if the text was part of a physical scene.
This tutorial is a beginning to intermediate Motion 5 tutorial. Graphics designers, animators, video editors, digital content producers or anyone needing to synchronize animated text to voice over (or music) will find this tutorial enlightening. Users who are new to Motion 5 should purchase Getting Started in Motion 5 before working through this tutorial.
Software Version: Motion 5.0.1-5.2.3.
Run Time: 1 hour 20 minutes
Project Media: The tutorial includes project files for following along in Motion 5.
Steve Martin is the creative force behind Ripple Training and has been using and teaching Final Cut Pro since 1999. Since Final Cut Pro's introduction, he has introduced thousands of people to Final Cut Pro through his classes, workshops and training products. He has consulted and/or trained for Apple, Adobe, Disney, Canon, Walmart and other companies. He is also a writer, producer and avid photographer.Full Bio
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.