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DVD MacPro Final Cut St Motion 101 Mastering Motion 2

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Description

Learn how to create engaging motion graphics using Apple's Motion 2. Motion is plastic surgery for video. Once you know how to pilot Motion, you can manipulate video in every imaginable way. Watch as veteran video technician, Jamie McCallister shows you the pro view of using this program. In 86 separate videos (easily referenced through Chapter and Section) you'll learn the key techniques you'll need to master Motion. Starting with a refresher course in video theory, Jamie progresses to explore the Motion interface and how it is used to create Motion Graphics You'll also learn how to expedite work-flows using "round trips" between Motion and other Apple Pro Apps, how to keyframe animations and effects, and how to use Generators and particle systems to create interesting textures for your videos.

Specifications

  • Motion Basics
  • Hardware Requirements
  • 02:01 01: About Ram
  • 01:31 02: About Graphics Cards
  • 01:20 03: Exploring System Requirements
  • 01:04 04: Hardware Requirements Summary
  • TVs Vs. Computers
  • 03:27 05: Understanding Interlacing
  • 01:03 06: TV Displays Vs. Computers
  • 01:11 07: Square Vs. Rectangular Pixels
  • 01:45 08: NTSC Pixel Aspect Ratio
  • 01:40 09: Pal Aspect Ratio
  • 01:12 10: RBG Vs. YUV Color Space
  • 01:46 11: Color Space And Data Rates
  • 01:33 12: Delivery Speed
  • Optimizing Your Hard Disk
  • 01:11 13: Storage Requirements
  • 02:29 14: Understanding Data Rates
  • Interface Basics
  • 01:49 15: Opening Motion
  • 00:48 16: Exploring The File Browser
  • 01:06 17: Behaviors
  • 01:26 18: Filters
  • 01:17 19: About Generators
  • 00:52 20: Particle Systems And Replicators
  • 01:20 21: Fonts In Motion
  • 02:04 22: Media Folders
  • 00:27 23: The Favorites Folder
  • 00:24 24: The Inspector
  • 01:00 25: Motion Shortcuts
  • 01:05 26: Bringing Objects Into The Timeline
  • 00:48 27: Editor Shortcuts
  • 00:41 28: Dashboard And View Shortcuts
  • 02:01 29: Apple Shortcuts Summary
  • 00:52 30: F Key Shortcuts
  • 00:29 31: Deleting Objects
  • 01:05 32: The Mini-Timeline
  • Empowering Motion
  • Objects, Layers And Groups
  • 00:37 33: About Objects
  • 01:05 34: Adding Objects To Layers
  • 01:06 35: Alpha Channels In The Timeline
  • 02:31 36: Working With Layer Containers
  • 00:29 37: Saving Your Project
  • 00:52 38: Duplicating Layers
  • 01:07 39: Adding A Colorize Filter
  • 03:43 40: Layer Hierarchies
  • 01:19 41: Grouping Layer Containers
  • 02:36 42: Mastering The Layers Window
  • 02:41 43: Adding Motion To Layers
  • 04:22 44: Using The Wireframe
  • 02:24 45: Adding Content Objects
  • 02:53 46: Duplication With Filters
  • 01:45 47: Setting Length And Play Range
  • 03:26 48: Understanding The Canvas Window
  • Working With Audio
  • 03:05 49: Audio Inside Motion
  • Motion And Final Cut
  • 01:11 50: Drag And Drop To Final Cut
  • 03:13 51: Final Cut Integration
  • Keyframing Basics
  • 01:27 52: Adding Keyframes
  • 03:01 53: Manipulating Keyframes
  • 04:24 54: Editing Keyframes
  • Using Effects
  • Behaviors, Filters, And Generators
  • 03:10 55: Adding Filters
  • 04:33 56: Making Double Sided Images
  • 04:53 57: Exploring Filters
  • 04:04 58: Behavior Basics
  • 02:15 59: Objects And Behaviors
  • 02:35 60: Generator Basics
  • Replicators And Particle Systems
  • 03:15 61: Replicator Basics
  • 03:11 62: Shaping Replicators
  • 03:04 63: Exploring Particle Emitters
  • 03:25 64: Built-In Particle Systems
  • Using Blend Modes
  • 02:13 65: Blend Modes Theory
  • 02:53 66: Blending In Final Cut
  • 02:43 67: Blending In Motion
  • 04:00 68: Using Blend Modes
  • Getting Deeper Into Motion
  • Using Templates
  • 02:22 69: Opening Templates
  • 02:22 70: Replacing Template Media
  • Using Text
  • 04:12 71: Changing Text In Ram Previews
  • 03:03 72: Adding Audio In Motion
  • 04:25 73: The Text Format Window
  • 01:34 74: The Text Style Window
  • 02:15 75: The Text Layout Window
  • Previewing And Exporting In Motion
  • 02:11 76: Optimizing Ram Previews
  • 01:08 77: Soloing To Aid Realtime Playback
  • 02:19 78: Dv Vs Hdv
  • 04:52 79: Final Cut Pro Export
  • 03:25 80: Output To Other Applications
  • Getting Deeper Into Keyframes
  • 02:50 81: Adding Keyframes With Record
  • 02:52 82: Movement With Keyframes
  • 02:13 83: Adding Filters With Keyframes
  • 02:23 84: Audio Keyframing
  • 01:59 85: Correcting For Pixel Aspect Ratio
  • 02:09 86: Creating Your Own Templates

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    Part # MOTION 101

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