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Physics in Motion Editing

One of the most frustrating things about motion editing is all the tedious tweaking of key frames. You try to get your vision into the project but keep hitting roadblocks, continually producing a product that does not look natural. It all comes down to the difficulty of mimicking how objects …

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5 Things You Might Not Know About Adobe Creative Cloud

Graphic design is extremely important to make your product or service stand out. Be it books, magazines, websites, or packaging graphic design is found in our everyday life. Utilizing and getting professional graphic design services can be a critical step in the maintenance and establishment of successful business. For graphic …

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Adobe Takes Creative Cloud Into the Future with Sensei

Adobe Creative Cloud

Adobe Takes Creative Cloud Into the Future with Sensei   Recently, Adobe announced a new product that enhances their Adobe Creative Cloud and takes it to the next level.  Adobe Sensei integrates artificial intelligence and machine learning throughout the Creative Cloud suite. So what does this mean for designers and editors? Overall, Sensei’s goal …

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Spotify

When Spotify “landed in the U.S.”, they released a great intro video to promote their music app. Best of all, it has no voiceover, just a great soundtrack and fun visuals!

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IT-MAN (8-bit)

I love a good 8-bit video game (Super Mario 3 anyone?), so when I saw this 8-bit explainer video for Panorama 9 from the folks at Barq Video, I couldn’t resist. The voiceover and soundtrack only add to the nostalgia.

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Motion V.2 – incredible value

Motion V2 includes 20 powerful tools to put the power in your hands and the punch back in your keyframes. The new interface is smaller and the code is faster. The goal with Motion V2 – was to create an “animation wingman”. Motion V2 is here to speed your workflow …

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