Learn the basics of building replicator systems in Apple Motion.
In this lesson learn about replicators, How they work, create a background using simple shapes, and lastly how to animate replicators using the Sequence Replicator behavior.
What are Replicators?
How is a Replicator different than an Emitter?
How to make and work with Replicators
Creating a background using Replicators
Sequence Replicator behavior
Apple Motion Professional Training series 07- Emitters
Learn the basics of building emitter systems in Apple Motion.
All emitters contain emitter cells, and a source for the cells, and the emitter system layer. Learn how to set colors, and emitter shapes, as well as opacity over life in this intro to emitters.
Apple Motion Professional Training series 06- Behaviors
In this lesson you will learn what Behaviors are and how to use them in Apple Motion.
We start with looking at traditional keyframe animation using a bouncing ball then animate the same ball using expressions in a fraction of a time.
Apple Motion Professional Training Lesson 5 part 2
Animating titles in Apple Motion.
This is a 2 part lesson.
In Part 1 we deconstruct the design of one I recently created for a show on broadcast, and design it from the ground up.
Learn the basics of lower third design that can be used for titles or Q+A type graphics on your productions.
In part 2 We use behaviors, Keyframes and Masks, to create an animated lower third with a reveal.
You can use this with dropzones to make a variety of different graphics using your own Logo.
Download the Lower third in this project at:
Special thanks to Travis Watson for the suggestion.
If you have something you want to know how to do in Motion, Final Cut Pro, Adobe Premiere, After effects or other programs, send me a message or leave a comment. If it’s something many people can benefit from I’ll most likely cover it.
Keyframes are an animation fundamental. If you are new to animating. or to keyframes this lesson is for you. In this lesson we explore what keyframes are, and how to start using them in Apple Motion to create compelling motion graphics
Im a video professional, and as part of my work I spend a lot of time training people and companies in different tools. In 2015 I’ve been fortunate o train people at MGM grand Resorts International, Kohls, Wells Fargo, TMJ-4 Milwaukee, Jockey International and a few others.
I’m in the process of developing some great classes for professionals but in the meantime, I wanted to release a bunch of tutorials to get people up and running with FCPX.
Using markers in your storyline can be essential for leaving notes or tasks within your projects
Theres times you need to review your best clips or clips that you may not have used yet- in this lesson you will learn how to give your media ratings, and why you would want to.
By using proxy media in FCPX you can edit hi res (4k 6k 8k) video on older machines or on the go- without compromising your efficiency.
A collection of mObject tutorials.
The reality is clients want and expect eye catching 3D graphics nowadays. In After Effects you are limited to using the raytracer which sucks, using Cineware which can be time consuming, or springing for Element3D.
But what if you dont want to pay a monthly fee to Adobe?
Apple Motion is a one time payment that offers full 3D text out of the box with reflections and shadows.
And if you want to spring for MOTIONVFX mObject, it works very similarly to element 3D!