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Author Robinson, Ian

Title Mograph Techniques: Retiming and Tracking Footage.[lynda.com electronic resource]

Publication Info. ©2013
Carpenteria, CA lynda.com, 2013.
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Playing Time 02:46:17
Note 06/18/2013
Contents Learn to add motion graphics and color effects to your footage, and retime the results.
Performer Ian Robinson is a motion graphics designer, instructor, photographer, and co-owner of SoftBox Media LLC. He has worked with Discovery Communications, National Geographic International, and various production and post-production facilities. Though he specializes in broadcast, Ian is truly a format agnostic, with an extensive portfolio covering print, HD, DVD, and podcasting. He uses whichever medium most effectively delivers the message his client wants to convey. Teaching is also an important aspect of Ian's work, and he believes that one has only truly learned one's craft after teaching it.
Summary Learn to add motion graphics and color effects to your footage, and retime the results. Author Ian Robinson starts with isolating and building the base composition and tracking the footage with mocha AE, and then integrates motion graphics that reinforce the narration. He also shows how to color correct and retime your composite, whether it includes media shot at normal frame rates or over and undercranked footage.
System Details Latest version of the following browsers: Chrome, Safari,Firefox, or Internet Explorer. Adobe Flash Player Plugin. JavaScriptand cookies must be enabled. A broadband Internet connection.
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After Effects
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Motion Graphics
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