4 Vertical Video Motion Graphics | "Instagram Stories"

    Vertical video by no doubt has become popular due to Facebook, Instagram, and mobile devices. So in this After Effects tutorial, learn several techniques to engage with your audience and get more interaction out of your videos. This tutorial goes through complete attention grabbing techniques. Learn how to command attention with transition motion graphics, background and call-to-action separation, focused animated titles, and accent graphics.

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    4 Vertical Video Motion Graphics in After Effects

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    Timecode:
    0:00 Intro – Smash The Like Button 🙂
    1:02 How To Setup Vertical Video
    1:19 Tip One – Shape Matte Transition
    3:10 Tip Two – Background Design
    5:30 Tip Three – Focused Title Animation
    8:37 Tip Four – Extra Detail + Accent Tutorial
    9:53 Outro – Please Subscribe 🙂

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