Learn how to visualize and plan out an intriguing title sequence for a movie, TV show, or documentary.
- [Nick] Maybe you're like me and remember being transfixed by the intro credits of the movie "Se7en", and how you're immediately drawn into the story. - [Eran] Or mesmerized like me when I first saw the Westworld HBO title sequence. The combination between the music, the slow mo visuals, and the elegant titles magnetized me to the screen and kept me on the edge of my seat. - [Nick] Title sequences are seen in short stories, TV shows, and features. They breathe life into narratives from the strong and planned of use of imagery and text choices. - [Eran] They are then brought together through compositing and motion, creating amazing spectacles for the eyes. Tools within the Creative Cloud are designed to help with the creation of these title sequences. - [Nick] Using a combination of Photoshop, Premier, and After Effects, allows for a wide variety of options to construct these stories. Hi, I'm Nick Harauz. - [Eran] And I'm Eran Stern. Together we have over 45 years of post production experience. - [Nick] Did you say 45, Eran? - [Eran] Yes, Nick. - [Nick] Okay, so in this LinkedIn Learning course, you'll learn the ins and outs of how to visualize, plan, and create a title sequence. In part one, we'll take you through receiving an initial pitch, working with deadlines, and setting up a project from a collection of brainstorming and visualization tools. - [Eran] In part two, we'll take the initial concept and bring it into After Effects where that sequence takes flight. Join us as we take you through creating a motion graphics title sequence.