An example of bi-directional displacement created in Apple Motion, with words that are split and moving in opposite directions

Bi-directional Displace in Apple Motion

Some things ‘just aren’t possible’ in Motion, and that’s where we have to get a bit clever and supply our own solutions. Lots of interesting secrets involved in how to create this two-way displacement effect in Motion and plenty of interesting theory too.

Perfect for fresh-looking kinetic text projects, but with countless other uses too.

Anyway, I’m not sure I’ve ever packed quite so much useful info into one tutorial, so please don’t miss this one.

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