Learn about the benefits of using Premiere Pro for applying basic animation to your storyboard.
- [Instructor] Earlier we looked at how to create markers…and name them in the timeline,…making it easy for you to drag and drop clips…into the correct place.…Now, in this situation, I haven't added any names…to the markers, and there's a good reason for that.…I'm going to show you that now.…What I have here are some storyboard frames.…I'm going to double click this bin to open it up.…Now if you want to follow along,…we are in 0403 Automate Project.…If you've got access to that file,…you can open it and follow along.…So we've got our bin open.…
I'm going to view it using Icon View,…and that allows me to see the images more clearly.…I'm also going to drag this tab out and pop it up here…beside the source window and that allows me to see this,…kind of like a storyboard.…Now you can also hover over the window and…hit the accent key, just to expand it…to give you a little bit more of a wide view.…Now here we've got 11 images that we're going to drop…into our scene.…Now if I come out of this window by hitting accent again,…
- Drawing digitally with the Adobe iOS apps
- Getting ideas down quickly with Photoshop and Illustrator
- Adding audio, animation, and effects with Premiere Pro
- Using Dynamic Link with After Effects
- Reviewing and approval the final animatic with Frame IO