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Motion Workspace - Checkbox, Dials and More
In this Motion tutorial, we will continue looking at the workspace controls used to set attributes or parameters values for the design elements in your project. We will continue to use our text example.
Motion Workspace - Menu, Icons and Sliders
The Inspector is one of the most important panels in Motion. Letís take a look a the Inspector controls for a text object.
The Motion Toolbar Tools
In this tutorial, we continue to discuss the Toolbar in Motion 5 and what each tool does. You will find that most of the tools are very similar to their counterparts in other Apple software.
Apple Motion 5 - The Toolbar
When you begin to learn how to use Motion, you will notice that it has an extensive set of tools that we can use to add object and effects to our projects. These tools are found in the Toolbar.
Apple Motion - HUD
In Apple Motion, you control animations by setting the values for a group of parameters. There are two places in the workspace that display these setting controls; the HUD and the Inspector.
Particle System - Emitter Shape Parameters
Letís take a look at the parameters we can change in our particle system. To see the parameters, we need to go to the Inspector.
Motion Particle Systems - Introduction
In this tutorial, we will create a Motion particle system from a simple circle shape and take a look at the ways we can customize our particle system.
Particle Fog in Motion 5 - Scene Graphics
In a previous tutorial, we created a layered Photoshop image that we used in our Motion 5 Parallax effect. But we can use this same layered image to create a 2D layered project with spooky fog. In this tutorial, we will import the image into a new Motion 5 document.
Motion 5 Parallax Effect - The Graphics
In Motion 5, much like the Ken Burns effect, the Parallax effect is used to simulate movement of static graphics. The intro will consist of several layers of these graphics and by adding camera movement in to the mix, we will have a 2.5 D animation.
Animate Lower Third in Motion 5
In this Motion tutorial we will add the text to the lower third and build the animation. At this point we have imported a background graphic for the lower third, reduced the opacity of the graphic and positioned it at the left bottom corner of the screen.
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