Creating Motion Graphics in Adobe® Premiere Pro

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Keywords

  • premiere pro
  • adobe
  • motion graphics
  • effects
  • effect controls
  • animation
  • scale
  • position
  • keyframes

About this video

Author(s)
Navin Kulshreshtha
First online
31 January 2019
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-4465-4_15
Online ISBN
978-1-4842-4465-4
Publisher
Apress
Copyright information
© Navin Kulshreshtha 2019

Video Transcript

[Audio Starts at 00:00:00]

Kulshreshtha: Congratulations on making it through this video. The main topics we’ve covered were creating animations using key frames, working with the effect controls panel, working with the essential graphics panel, working with text, nesting, masking and finally exporting. The best way to master these techniques is to practice as much as possible.

Creating animations and motion graphics is a huge field and we weren’t able to cover everything in this video. If you wish to go deeper into the topic I would recommend looking up the following: working with motion graphic templates, responsive design which is graphic templates that respond to the screen size and finally you may want to explore Adobe after effects which is Adobe’s flagship program for creating motion graphics. It is a powerful program that can take your work to a whole new level. I hope you found this video useful and best of luck to you.