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Animating Text on a Path in Adobe After Effects

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Published on Sep 8, 2009

Brooks Andrus walks you step-by-step through the process of creating text-on-a-path and animating it in Adobe After Effects.

This is also representative of a motif of Brooks' work - Screencasting as Art: Exploring Cinematic Techniques. Perspective and lighting are used extensively to add depth, increase visual interest and draw viewers into the narrative. Frequent cuts between various screen viewpoints are used to improve the pacing and maintain the viewers interest. Sophisticated spot lighting is used to focus the attention of the viewer and create ambience. Window-matching / door-matching techniques are used to create continuity, keeping the viewer fully immersed in the presentation.

This groundbreaking approach to screencasting offers a glimpse into what the world of video training / tutorials should be. Stay tuned for more compelling content!

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