Motion graphics anyone?

Discussion in 'Raves and Rants' started by Elect, Jul 17, 2004.

  1. Elect

    Elect

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    Anyone using TLC in motion graphics apps?


    If so, what program are you using?
     
  2. Borpean

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    Hi Elect,
    aphics
    I use quite a bit of Adobe After Effects and Macromedia Flash for motion graphics.

    You can, however use all TLC graphic components in Flash or After effects. Just import them as a .jpg or .tiff.
    I can help you with the import and how to "animate" your graphics if you need to.

    If you do not have After Effects or Flash, You can download them for free for 30 days from thier original sights.

    Hope this helps,

    -Dave
     
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    Me again,
    the "aphics" is a misprint by the way :)
     
  4. Elect

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    Cool3D Studio is what I'm using

    Hey!

    I'm using Ulead's Cool3D production Studio now. I will "graduate" to After Effects this year, and GenArts Sapphire and Bauhaus Software's Mirage next year if it makes sense. I've been away learning Vegas and Animation Master. I cranked up TLC the other day and forgot what fun it is (and quick).


    Who's been making creative, but legible logos lately?
     
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    Forgot to ask

    One more thing. Are you familar with the TGA format used in video editing?

    It's funny, I skipped over .gif animation and went straight to keyframing.
     
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