Motion comes jam-packed with a huge variety of very hot motion graphic effects. This tutorial shows you how to ignite these awesome Filters, Particle ...
Motion comes jam-packed with a huge variety of very hot motion graphic effects. This tutorial shows you how to ignite these awesome Filters, Particle Systems and Replicators to fill your frames with kinetic energy and action... In this fourth tutorial in our Motion 5 introductory series Michael Wohl has created a masterpiece. Motion comes jam-packed with all kinds of Filters, Generators, Particle systems and Replicators and Michael explains, dissects and explores all of them in grand detail. First he looks at Filters: how to apply them, manipulate and customize them. Next there’s a section devoted to the Generators. Michael helps you learn about all the different kinds of in-program, generative source materials that Motion offers, and how to modify and apply them into your Motion 5 workflow. Smoke, fire, sunbeams, rain, or a blizzard of electrified, purple snowflakes is what Particle Systems are all about. Motion 5‘s vast collection of particles combined with the unlimited ways to animate them is fertile ground for those with creative minds! With Michael Wohl at the controls you’ll learn how to create these impressive particles and construct mind-bending, powerful multi-cell Emitters that will blow you away! Need more? Well, that’s why Motion has Replicators! Replicators help you make more in a hurry! Learn how to create, activate and animate multitudes of objects simultaneously using Motion 5 and its dedicated replication controls! Finally, after you finish watching this enjoyable tutorial by Michael Wohl, we guarantee that your Motion frames will be filled with fascinating special FX that will astound even the most jaded director/producer! So if you'll excuse me...I can’t wait to get back to MY new Motion 5 animation project! Table of Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Using the Library 3. Library Preset Lists 4. Library Content 5. Access to iTunes & iPhoto 6. Applying Filters 7. Controlling Filter Order 8. Modifying Filter Parameters 9. On-Screen Controls 10. Keying Filters 11. ImageUnit Filters 12. Saving Favorites 13. Organizing Favorites 14. Using Generators 15. Text Generators 16. Creating a Particle System 17. Particle Source Shapes 18. Advanced Emitter Settings 19. Animated & Multi-cell Emitters 20. Preset Particle Systems 21. Creating Replicators 22. Advanced Replicator Settings 23. Replicator Color Options 24. Animated Replicator Cells 25. Multiple Replicator Cells 26. Customizing Preset Replicators
Size: 305.2 MB
Price: $ 9.64
Developed by Nonlinear Educating Inc.
Day of release: 2011-09-9
Recommended age: 4+
Educational | iPhone, iPad