Motion Graphics for Video Editors: Terms and Tech (Core Skills)
In this course, get a clear understanding of just how graphics work in video projects.
What you should know before watching this course
What are raster graphics, and when should you use them?FREE PREVIEW
How many pixels do you need for video?
What are vector graphics, and when should you use them?
When are vectors converted to rasters?
What is the correct bit depth for video graphics?FREE PREVIEW
How do I Work with high-dynamic-range images
What is the correct color space for video?
What is pixel aspect ratio?
How do I choose the right file format for video projects?
Understanding file extensions and file formats for video workflows
Choosing the right anti-aliasing method for text and lines
Maintaining broadcast-safe color
Maintaining broadcast-safe luminance levels
Reading Scopes in a NLE
Achieving proper contrast in video graphics
Designing for black-and-white and color-blind viewing
Configuring a Photoshop workspace for video projects
Configuring Photoshop preferences for video workflows
Using video templates in Photoshop
Building custom EBU-safe titles in Photoshop
Building custom SMPTE-safe titles in Photoshop
Exporting reference frames from a NLE
Sizing a photo for a video project
Sizing a logo for a video project and creating an alpha channel
Creating a photograph alpha channel for video
Saving a Photoshop file for a NLE or motion graphics system
Configuring Adobe Illustrator preferences for video workflows
Configuring Illustrator workspaces for video projectsFREE PREVIEW
Using video templates in Illustrator
Sizing a logo for video with Adobe Illustrator
Saving an Illustrator file for an NLE or motion graphics system