Live Stream Series | Make Good Videos GREAT with Motion Graphics
Earlier this year, Jason Levine launched a 7-part live stream series on How to Make Great Videos. In the series, Jason walks through best practices for creating video content – from importing footage to sharing with the world.
On October 27th, Jason kicked off a new 3-part series of interactive live streams to help you take your video skills to the next level.
Jason will demonstrate LIVE on the Adobe Creative Cloud Facebook page each Friday at 9amPT/12pmET/6pmCET throughout this series. Get notified when streams go live by following the Facebook page or signing up for the events: Motion Graphics, Audio, and Color. Bookmark this video playlist on the Adobe Creative Cloud YouTube channel for replays of every stream with timestamped chapters noted in the descriptions.
Here’s what you’ll learn in the first series on using Motion Graphics:
Week 1: Motion Graphics in After Effects CC | Live on Facebook October 27, 2017 at 9amPT
Learn how to build Motion Graphics templates in Adobe After Effects CC; how to streamline your After Effects workflows using the new Essential Graphics panel; how to leverage flexibility with expressions; and how to share adjustable Motion Graphics templates (.mogrt files) to Premiere Pro CC. Adobe tools in the spotlight: After Effects, Premiere Pro, Stock
Week 2: Motion Graphics in Premiere Pro CC | Live on Facebook November 3, 2017 at 9amPT
Get an introduction to native graphics workflows in Premiere Pro CC, then discover the power of the Essential Graphics panel. Dig into the Type Tool, Shape Tools, and Master Text Styles. Learn how to bend time and space with new Responsive Design features that allow you to make dynamic adjustments to the duration and position of graphics without losing keyframes. Adobe tools in the spotlight: Premiere Pro, Stock
Week 3: Putting It All Together – Motion Graphics in Premiere Pro CC and After Effects CC | Live on Facebook November 10, 2017 at 9amPT
Dive deeper into Responsive Design and what matters most when building and exporting Motion Graphics templates in Premiere Pro for working in differently sized sequences, either for your own future reuse and/or sharing with others. Learn how to copy and paste layers from Premiere Pro graphics into After Effects. Adobe tools in the spotlight: Premiere Pro, After Effects, Stock
Now that your videos have stunning graphics, learn how to boost the Audio & Color quality in the next series. Sign up now for reminders when these sessions go live on Fridays at 9amPT: