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Tutorial: Kinetic Typography in After Effects | Part 3

By Joey Korenman
After Effects

Here's how to create kinetic typography masterpieces.

Ready to be a kinetic type master? This three part series will teach you everything you need to know to start creating your own kinetic typography masterpieces. In this tutorial you'll start your kinetic type animation by covering things like precomposing elements for re-use, synching up audio to animation, using layer markers intelligently, and working with complex camera moves.
There's a ton of info in this three part series, and by the end of it you'll have your very own kinetic typography video and a TON of new skills in After Effects.
Check out the Resources tab for a quick look at MoGraph History with the piece that started it all, MK12's Brazil.

Download the kinetic type project file for After Effects.

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