6 Replies Latest reply on Jul 19, 2008 5:56 AM by Mylenium

    Title Optics: Which programs will create them effectively?


      I am attempting to build a website for myself that would showcase my graphic design and hand-drawn artwork, and would like to build a "title sequence" for myself. I've uploaded samples to YouTube of the effect I'm looking to recreate.

      1. The title sequence you see before this movie trailer starts is what I'm looking to do: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W6Jo1gH89VM

      2. Here is the sequence in likely its original state - before it was "remixed" as in #1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yQAlekjcw98

      3. This is a different effect - although I'd like to learn how to do this too: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y5e_XWgK0H4

      Can I somehow create these effects using a combination of Photoshop and Premiere? I have alot of experience in both of those programs. Or is this going to have to be an AfterEffects job? (I do actually own AfterEffects and Flash, and 3D Studio Max as well, just have not learned how to use them yet.) And if AfterEffects would be needed for the job, are there any tutorials out there findable online - like step-by-steps that would describe how to create sequences like the ones above?

      Thanks for any help or direction you guys can provide!

      P.S. - Anyone know of any "pay per license" sites like iStock.com that carry the same movie trailer-quality sound effects you might actually hear in a movie theater?