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Eric SampsonHow to apporach this.....
by on Nov 29, 2006 at 9:27:55 pm

I would like to take several words from a huge wall of 200 different words (I know thats a ton) to explain what a company is all about. My idea is very similar to the last 18 SECONDS of this piece:

http://whitmore.tv/site_winter_05/qtpops/chevron.htm

Any help on how to attack this project. Should I manually import the wall of words from an already made Illustrator file and then just take several words out and animate them or should I create all the words in AFX and attach them to a null or animate a camera instead?

Im just not sure how to approach the massive amount of words that are involved or the camera animation. Any help would be great. Thanks so much!


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