Real-time Motion Design with Unreal Engine!

Aharon Rabinowitz

Epic Games has unveiled a slew of powerful new features and optimizations in Unreal Engine 5.4 Preview 1, sending shockwaves through the video game world.

Among the updates, you may have overlooked the introduction of a new set of tools called Motion Design. Formerly known as "Project Avalanche," Motion Design equips Unreal Engine with the ability to create motion graphics, venturing into territories traditionally dominated by software like After Effects and Cinema 4D. The times are changing!

In this video, Aharon Rabinowitz introduces the new Motion Design cloner tool. He demonstrates how to set it up and achieve results quickly:

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