In this Adobe Premiere lesson, we will learn to be resourceful by using tools to help create advanced motion graphics, use simple hacks to make your graphics stand out and explore Adobe's graphics panel to explore MOGRT files.
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Another thing you guys can do. If you want to do more advanced animation for logos and things like that, of course, taking that learning curve from after effects can be daunting, but you can find alternatives online. For example, placeit.net allows you to create. Introductions, pretty simple by adding in your logo and they provide some really spectacular animations for your videos, depending on what you're trying to do.
If it's for sales, if it's an intro for Instagram posts. And so what I'd like you to remember is that you don't have to learn and know absolutely everything about motion design, but you can take advantage of some of the resources available out there. For example, placeit.net can help you start creating simple campaigns that will help your business really promote itself to the next level and all you have to do is drop in a logo.
Another thing you can do is you can browse through the essential graphics library. There's tons of templates on Adobe. Where you can pull from. So some of these animations are in a Moberg file and it's just as simple as dragging them into your timeline. These graphics can help you also with, you know, some basic things like lower third titles, captions if you're looking to add captions in your videos, and there's plenty of places where you can find even more advanced ones like Adobe stock has a lot of items that you can browse through, like openers, atmospheric, 3D, and holiday specials. So you can play what you're going to get from here directly from here.
So you get all these amazing animations. All right. And again, you don't have to go crazy with those effects either. You can keep it simple. Let's take a look at this final timeline here. And let me show you what I did here to try to make some additional motion graphics that don't need to be as complicated.
So over here in this second where we had the 2020, instead of filling it in with a with a color. What I did was I used the outline and again, I kept it simple and all I did was bring in a gradient using my Figma. And I did a very, very simple effect, which was just moving. Over this little gradient above another outline and very softly that created it's like an illusion because it's almost as if it's moving, you can see the effect playing really nice here.
So very subtle things like this. Again, this is all done with key frames, key frame one, the animation starts a little bit higher. And then at the end it ends at a little bit lower. It adds a nice effect to our timeline. And then another thing I did was when we go into our, when we go into our say hello to the future, what I did is for the future, I added some breaks.
So you can see here, I've added some simple breaks so that it changed the future to have a nice outline instead, and then have it fade in filling and fade in back to the outline. And then at the very end. Have a nice close up to future the words. So that's all I did because it's going so fast. It almost feels like the animation is very dynamic, very kinetic
it's very, very fast, but it definitely creates that impact. And especially at the end, when it's the transition slide, we don't want to create this effect during while you're reading it, because then it's really hard. But at the very end, just very subtly just enough so that it can transition over to the next.
It adds a very cool effect. So let's go ahead and see what the final version looks like. And what do you guys think
Hopefully on this module, you have learned to think about the structure, think about the techniques and the skills that you need to create a good, powerful visual. And remember that you just need to be resourceful with the tools that you have to produce something like this.
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