Amazing Kinetic Typography With Video Tutorial
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Kinetic typography is an animation technique I mentioned briefly in an earlier post. It's about mixing text as an expression of emotion via animation. The text is is turned into a video in a style intended to show a particular idea or feeling. It's predominantly used in movie titles, sequences, and rolling credits. Some websites are using it on their pages to highlight products.
These examples of Kinetic Typography (Motion Typography) provide useful ideas for your own designs but are intended to show that online video marketing is not always a video of you. There is a kinetic typography tutorial at the end of the post.
Playlist For Kinetic Typography Examples
The videos below can be played by choosing from the panel on the right of the player. Here are the descriptions in more detail for you to make a choice. Starting any video will cause the player to advance through the list automatically.
V for Vendetta in Kinetic Typography – V introduces himself to Eevy in this scene in V for Vendetta in which there is a long rambling string of rhyme and verse.
Shop Vac – kinetic typography animation – Kinetic typography used in a music video for Jonathan Coulton’s Shop Vac. Created using Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere and After Effects with Toon Boom Animate by Jarrett for added sequencing.
Portal – Still Alive typography – Trickster used typographic animation for the ending song to Portal
Dark Knight Kinetic Typography – Even Batman can't escape with this audio clip from the Dark Knight set to typographical order.
After Effects Tutorial: Kinetic Typography And last if you are wondering how to create Kinetic typography, there is a nice video tutorial by George from NotoriousKeyframe