Three Camera Flyover Effect in Motion 5

When you add a still photo to a video, you can spice it up. It doesn’t need to just sit there.

In fact, you have plenty of options for adding visual interest.

This tutorial demonstrates something I call the “three camera flyover effect”. It’s a powerful effect that adds a lot of energy to the image.

I show the effect in Motion 5, and along the way I discuss things such as:

  • Using several cameras with different angles
  • Adjusting the movement of the animation
  • Different types of cameras in Motion and how they behave

There’s a lot of fun information in this video. I hope you find it helpful!

And by the way, there are plenty of videos like this one in the membership library.

3 thoughts on “Three Camera Flyover Effect in Motion 5

  1. Fantastic tutorial. The use of cameras and more than one in a project has always been a conundrum. If one has only one camera on an entire 4 minute project a change of position at a section towards the end can alter all of the laborious set camera ups done previously. zThis Flyover technique illustrates how using separate cameras at different sections thought the project avoids this. Or so it seem to me!

  2. Fantastic tutorial. The use of cameras and more than one in a project has always been a conundrum. If one has only one camera on an entire 4 minute project a change of position at a section towards the end can alter all of the laboriously worked camera setups done previously. This Flyover Technique illustrates how using separate cameras at different sections thought the project avoids this. Or so it seem to me!

  3. I’m a senior who retired several years ago and got myself into trying to learn video editing so I could make my own travel movies. I must say you make it interesting and extremely easy to understand. Do keep up the good work. I appreciate the free training you give out.

    regards

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