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Danielle Masek
Newbie question: Doing titling in Flash vs Premiere
on Sep 7, 2011 at 8:13:09 pm

In my motion graphics class (just started), we are using Flash and Premiere (why not after effects I have no idea since this isn't for the web). I want some motion graphic titles in it and was wondering which prog. would be easier to do them in?
I haven't used either prog. for titles before and haven't used either in general for quite a few years. I've done them in After Effects but it's also been quite a while since I've worked in that as well.

Thanks for the help.


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Adam Ashby
Re: Newbie question: Doing titling in Flash vs Premiere
on Sep 13, 2011 at 6:26:52 pm

If its for actual video, Premiere, definitely. Premiere has a good titler and lot of effect plug-ins which can be key-framed. Flash can come in handy for doing title if your going for a specific thing, but in general Premiere makes more sense between the two. Obviously, After Effects would be the best choice out of the Adobe stuff.


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Danielle Masek
Re: Newbie question: Doing titling in Flash vs Premiere
on Sep 17, 2011 at 10:46:36 pm

Thx for the replies. While waiting I decided to use Premiere.


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Tyler Freeman
Re: Newbie question: Doing titling in Flash vs Premiere
on Sep 17, 2011 at 5:47:14 am

Flash is a very capable 2d animation program. Take blood for example. On your next violent action project for class... play around with a simple red splatter animation. Import that animation into your movie and place it where you see fit... over top of someones face.


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