NO AFTER EFFECTS NEEDED! EASY Motion Graphics with Apple Keynote!





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Published on Sep 25, 2019

If you've been wanting to make awesome animated lower thirds, animated callouts, title sequences and more, but don't have the chops or want to learn After Effects or Apple Motion, then Keynote may be the solution for you. Check out this tutorial on how to go from Keynote to Final Cut Pro X (or Premiere, or Resolve), and see what you think!

PS — all motion graphics in this video were created in Keynote. Obviously… but I figured I'd say it, too.

Here's the video with my most ambitious Keynote motion graphics yet (everything except the handwritten notes are from Keynote): https://youtu.be/0kAuDuV9K9U

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⚠️ DISCLAIMER ⚠️ I am a professional "photographic storyteller"; a photographer and filmmaker, and also a Panasonic LUMIX Ambassador. This means I am sponsored by Panasonic and therefore naturally biased towards their gear. I regularly state this in my videos, but in case I don't say it, it's still true. Thanks for watching!

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Another video to watch on the topic… HOW TO MAKE AN EASY YOUTUBE INTRO USING KEYNOTE FOR FREE https://youtu.be/TNq-jjU1UGE


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