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Dennis
How to make cool Logo-Animations ...
on Jun 10, 2005 at 8:24:26 pm

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Aharon Rabinowitz
Re: How to make cool Logo-Animations ...
on Jun 10, 2005 at 11:09:00 pm

When you ask how they were made, what do you mean?

If you mena what programs were used, The FARO one,I belive was made with pIllusion and a compositing program, probably After Effects, though i don't know for sure.

Where is there a logo called Reklamer? Maybe I missed it, but I don't see it.

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Dennis
Re: How to make cool Logo-Animations ...
on Jun 11, 2005 at 9:27:16 am

Its this "Midtfyns"-Clips (green background) in the gallary.
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Elvis Deane
Re: How to make cool Logo-Animations ...
on Jun 12, 2005 at 12:10:57 am

There are quite a few logo effects, where you just replace the particle shape with your own logo to get some kind of wild logo animation. Most of them are in this library
If you add a background emitter and some sparkles to one of those, you can usually come up with something similar without much work.

The FARO one looks like it was mostly done in pI except for the fade up of the blue logo at the end. It's really just long lasting intense particles that don't have any velocity being animated to trace out the shape of the logo (there's some similar trails in alan_01_02), with a sparks emitter that follows the same path (there's similar sparks in alan_01_03).

For the Reklamer one, I think everything but the word Reklamer can be done as a pI effect. Animating text letters themselves is best left to a compositing or titling program, but all the fancy glows and moving symbols is what pI excels at.



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