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Creating a 3D Text Fly In

CreativeCOW presents Creating a 3D Text Fly In -- Apple Motion Tutorial


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In this video tutorial series, Creative Cow leader Zak Peric demonstrates creating a 3D text fly in using Apple Motion.



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Comments

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by Duncan Ellison
Great tutorial. Easy to follow and a nice end result.
Thanks!
by Tracey Lawrence
This tutorial was very helpful and easy to follow. I'm really comfortable in After Effects and a number of other compositing apps, but I never really got the hang of Motion. I'm ready to take on more in this application now.
what recording software are you using?
by Jack Degelia
great video! I am a teacher teaching FCP studio. My advanced students are using Motion now to create numerous graphics for a variety of projects. This tutorial is outstanding. I would love to create some specific to our needs as well, but have no idea what software to use on the MAC to record both video screen motions and voice. What did you use to create this terrific tutorial?
Zak
by zak peric
This is because motion see the text in one line. If you are to fold the line of text into two lines you will get option to apply wriggle behavior to both text styles separately i.e style, and style 1. Both need to have same wriggle behavior applied separately.
I'm scared....
by cosmin osorhean
hi Zak,
great tutorial, I will try to duplicate this while watching your clip, because I am a little scared of graphics and I need way too many kicks to start using motion, being such a great tool. I'm an editor for 10 years now and almost never did graphics.

one question: the COW word in the last layer did not have the wriggle working, why?

thank you,
cosmo


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