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  • Brie Clayton

    November 28, 2023 at 4:04 pm

    Hello Dylan! This is the last time that we are going to have this conversation here. Once you are finished receiving answers, we would ask that you please move to a new topic. Thank you.

  • Tom Morton

    December 6, 2023 at 12:13 pm

    Dylan, I guess you’ve had a look for such a tutorial yourself? It’s very unlikely you’ll find a tutorial on something this specific, and if you’ve had a look and can’t find anything I guess the short answer is no, there’s not a tutorial on this.

    Not sure what you’re trying to do exactly… if you’re trying to create a copy of the intro to re-purpose, I suggest you need to find the highest quality video of the intro possible, and then mask out any real footage and leaving the graphics. Then you can put your own B-Roll behind this layer with some nice effects and it will show through where you’ve masked.

    If you’re looking to recreate it yourself as a project to help you learn, I suggest you just make a start. You’ll need some creative thinking in terms of how the pieces are put together, and you’ll need at least a basic understanding of video editing. You’ll need to do some graphic design, and so I suggest you have a basic understanding of Adobe Illustrator too.

    Are you using After Effects for this? Where are you at with understanding AE, do you know it well? If you don’t know your way around After Effects, you might want to try some simple projects first to get an understanding. I don’t feel there’s any point in me writing a tutorial that guides you through every step, this won’t help you learn. If you’re brand new to AE, then you need to put in the hard work to learn how it works before attempting something complex. If you know it well, then maybe list out what specific challenges you’re facing and we can help a bit more maybe.

    Hope that helps, look forward to hearing from you!

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