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PowerUP 37: Particles, Paint Strokes, and Replicators in Motion

Mfr PN: LJ-37
Our PN: CVCN3010187
Manufacturer: Class on Demand
Platform(s): Mac & Win

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Product Type: Electronic Download
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List Price:$34.99

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Quick Overview

Larry starts by looking at particles. Almost anything can be a particle - all it takes is one click of a button. Then, the fun starts. Larry shows how to create particles, then how to use the settings in the Inspector to customize the effect. You won't believe how quickly you can create complex effects like confetti falling through air.



Manufacturer Part Number: LJ-37

Next, Larry shows you how to paint on the screen; even if you can't draw a straight line without mechanical help. There are hundreds of brush styles to choose from. You'll learn how to adjust what you drew, then discover a way to combine painting with behaviors to create exciting animation easily.

The webinar wraps up with a look at replicators. Replicators are like particles frozen at a moment in time. Larry starts by creating a simple background for an info graphic, then shows you how to create the 'floating pictures in space' that you've seen on Apple ads.

Each of these effects is created from scratch, and illustrated step-by-step, so that you can follow along and discover how to put the power of Motion to work for you.

If you are wondering what Motion can do that Final Cut can't, you need to see this webinar. Some of these effects are so cool - and SO EASY - that it will make you want to start using Motion immediately to spice up all your projects!

Audience Level
This assumes a knowledge of Motion and it's interface. If Motion is new to you, we recommend viewing the 'Master Motion' webinar prior to watching this session. The information in this tutorial applies to features in both Motion 3 and 4.

Content Outline
Illustrate the basic elements of the Motion interface
Show how to create a new project in Motion
Show how to change project settings to match video format
Show how to find and view elements the Library
Show how to place elements on the project timeline
DEMO: Show how to create and modify a simple particle system
DEMO: Show how to put particles inside text using blend modes
DEMO: Show how to use the Inspector to customize a particle effect
DEMO: Show how to draw an animated brush stroke
DEMO: Show how to modify the path of a stroke using Bezir controls
DEMO: Show how to adjust where effects occur in the timeline
DEMO: Show how to convert a line into an animated brush stroke
DEMO: Show how to apply a behavior to a brush stroke, then modify it
DEMO: Show how to apply and modify replicators
DEMO: Show how to create a 3D montage of images floating in space
DEMO: Show how to add and animate a camera
DEMO: Show how to add and modify depth of field to the image


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