Apple Pro Training Series: Motion 4 Quick-Reference Guide

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Pearson Education, Nov 11, 2010 - Computers - 216 pages
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Designed as a desktop companion for both editors and motion graphics pros, this is the perfect at-a-glance guide to Motion 4. Master trainer Jem Schofield delivers a crash course on how Motion thinks (groups, layers, objects, and behavior-based animation), and meticulously guides you through the essential techniques and tools for animation, motion graphics, visual effects, and 3D design in a concise look-up format.  The guide also provides a great summary of what’s new in Motion including enhanced 3D shadows, reflections, and depth of field; the ability to “fly” a camera from one object to another; ripple text characters on and off the screen with ease; animate date and time sequences automatically; Motion’s remarkable new linking behavior, and more.

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Table of Contents
Motion Basics Chapter 2 Text Chapter 3 Shapes Masks and Paint
Shapes Masks and Paint
Particles and Replicators Chapter 5 Timelines Chapter 6 Keyframes Chapter 7 Behaviors
Cameras and Views
Manipulating Objects in
Lights Shadows and Reflections
Working with Other Applications
Filters Chapter 9 Cameras and Views Chapter 10 Manipulating Objects in 3D Chapter 11 Lights Shadows and Reflections Chapter 12 Working with O...


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Jem Schofield is a producer and creative director who teaches and consults on production and post-production solutions throughout the United States. His company, Buttons Productions, produces video, motion graphics, DVD, and audio projects for commercial and broadcast clients. Jem is an Apple Certified Master Trainer in Final Cut Pro, Motion, and DVD Studio Pro

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