It’s the 21st century, and every surface imaginable is now covered with a digital screen.
If you haven’t yet been asked to animate content on a jumbotron or some other variation of a non-standard screen, don’t worry, you will.
How do you manage animating something that will end up on multiple screens, while still ensuring that you can deliver the right specs, and also making sure you can see your animation in the context it will end up being shown? Here’s how.
This video isn’t a “sexy” one like the Anime Explosion. But this is FAR MORE USEFUL. Trust me. Watch it, absorb it, and this will come in handy one day.
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