I just published a new video to the library that demonstrates another “kinetic typography” effect. This one I’m calling “emerging text” because the text seems to emerge from almost nowhere. It’s a fun special effect you can do with text.
Because I continue to receive requests for videos about Motion, my plan is to keep making them. I love Motion. It’s a fun creative outlet for me, and I frequently lose track of time when I’m “working” in it because it’s so much fun.
In this new video I demonstrate techniques such as:
Keyframing text to create animation
Using a mask (a super powerful tool)
How to strategically use groups
Whether you’re new to Motion 5 or an old veteran, I think you’ll find this video helpful.
You’ll find it in the Izzy Video Membership library.
I’ve had several people ask me to demonstrate “kinetic typography” techniques, so I thought I’d start sharing some.
This new video demonstrates how to create swinging text in Motion 5.
The effect is that text appears and swings into place as if it had a hinge on the top of the text. It’s a very popular effect and it’s fairly simple to make, once you understand the concepts behind it.
Some topics I’ll cover in this video:
How to move the “hinge” to the top of the text.
How to automate the swinging so you don’t have to keyframe the whole animation.
How to have the text start from a falling position.
If you’ve been wanting to get into Motion 5 more, I think you’ll love this new video.
You’ll find it in the Izzy Video Membership library. Want immediate access to the library?