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Tutorial: Making Content for Jumbotrons | How To Animate for Multiple Screens

By Joey Korenman
After Effects

Here's how to make your animations look great on the big screens.

These days it's hard to go anywhere without seeing some kind of screen, and a lot of those screens are huge, especially if you have to do work for some sort of a conference or trade show. You might even have to manage an animation over multiple giant screens. So how exactly do you handle all of that? In this lesson Joey is going to show you exactly how to keep your big screen animations under control. By the end of this lesson you'll know how to work with non-standard screen sizes, deliver the right specs, and make sure that everything looks great and is ready for prime time when you deliver.

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