Difference between revisions of "Unit II Lesson V -- Create an animation PT IV add music and use timing in animation"

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Music will set the mood of your animation, it can be suspenseful, romantic, frightening, relaxing, etc.  You can also add your own music you will learn more about how to do this when you complete the lesson on "stuff"  View the tutorial below "Adding Audio to Animations" when you have finished click the back button in your browser to return to this page.  
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Music will set the mood of your animation, it can be suspenseful, romantic, frightening, relaxing, etc.  You can also add your own music (you will learn more about how to do this when you complete the lesson on "stuff").  
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'''TASK I'''
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View the tutorial below "Adding Audio to Animations".  When you have finished click the back button in your browser to return to this page.  
  
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ptVZH1-Ksio&eurl=http%3A%2F%2Fgoanimate%2Ecom%2Fgo%2Fhowdoesitwork&feature=player_embedded  
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ptVZH1-Ksio&eurl=http%3A%2F%2Fgoanimate%2Ecom%2Fgo%2Fhowdoesitwork&feature=player_embedded  
  
Timing is crucial in your animation; the human brain has limitations on how quickly it can process information.  The problem is if the limits are pushed to far it may hinder your audience’s ability to gain value from your animation. If the animation is too fast or there is too much text in one screen the audience becomes distracted or frustrated and may not be able to process the information effectively.  View the tutorial below on timing and Special Effects, when you have finished click the back button in your browser to return to this page.
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'''TASK II'''
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Timing is crucial in your animation; the human brain has limitations on how quickly it can process information, if the limits are pushed to far it may hinder your audience’s ability to gain value from your animation. If the animation is too fast or there is too much text in one screen the audience becomes distracted or frustrated and may not be able to process the information effectively.  View the tutorial below on timing and Special Effects.  When you have finished click the back button in your browser to return to this page.
  
 
Timing and Special Effects
 
Timing and Special Effects

Revision as of 18:53, 8 May 2009

Music will set the mood of your animation, it can be suspenseful, romantic, frightening, relaxing, etc. You can also add your own music (you will learn more about how to do this when you complete the lesson on "stuff").

TASK I

View the tutorial below "Adding Audio to Animations". When you have finished click the back button in your browser to return to this page.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ptVZH1-Ksio&eurl=http%3A%2F%2Fgoanimate%2Ecom%2Fgo%2Fhowdoesitwork&feature=player_embedded


TASK II

Timing is crucial in your animation; the human brain has limitations on how quickly it can process information, if the limits are pushed to far it may hinder your audience’s ability to gain value from your animation. If the animation is too fast or there is too much text in one screen the audience becomes distracted or frustrated and may not be able to process the information effectively. View the tutorial below on timing and Special Effects. When you have finished click the back button in your browser to return to this page.

Timing and Special Effects

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4IjXgtFcVys&NR=1


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