A Three-Part Series Creating Custom Motion Graphics Templates That Bring a Professional Polish to Your Video Piece | Part 1 of 3
This class will teach you how to create responsive title animations in After Effects to use and edit in Premiere Pro. You will be able to create custom titles that will bring a professional polish to your video piece.
I will take you through the process of animating a title and subtitle with a frame, adding expressions to create a responsive design and setting up your template in the Essential Graphics Panel for use in Premiere Pro.
This class is perfect for students of all levels, wanting to create custom titles. You might be more at ease with After Effects, if you have used it before but prior knowledge of the software is not a requirement. No previous knowledge of creating motion graphics templates or writing expressions, however, is needed.
You will learn how to set up your animation up in After Effects with Essential Graphics
You will create an animation that can be used as a modular template in Premiere Pro
You will learn how to set up controllers
You will learn essential lines of code for responsive motion graphics templates
You will link properties with expressions to improve your workflow
You will learn how to import and use your Mogrt in Premiere Pro
You will be able to change and customise your template
You will gain insight on how other users could be using your template
By the end of this class you will be able to create responsive animation templates in After Effects that you can use in any Adobe video project. You will know how to set up the Essential Graphics Panel and optimise your understanding of UX. You will be able to export Mogrts for use in Premiere Pro.
You can also use this knowledge to create motion graphics templates for your next YouTube video or client project.
You will need Adobe After Effects and Premiere Pro to complete this class. I will be providing any necessary assets, so you don’t need to have any assets ready.