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    How are these intros created?

    I'm interested in learning how to create something like the intros on templatemonster by "crash".
    Is it created with a 3D program? AfterEffects? What do I need to learn to create objects and motions like this?
    Thanks to all for your help and advice!

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    forgot the link ...

    Silly me ... forgot to add the link (sorry about that!)

    http://www.templatemonster.com/flash-intro/25320.html

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    Definitely looks like After Effects to me.

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    Thanks ...! Would you know of any tutorials that show how to do the scripted(?) motions etc in AfterEffects? I didn't know it could do that ...!

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    Unfortunately AfterEffects is a program I have yet to explore. I've always wanted to but I've never really had the time or resources. So to answer your question, no, I don't particularly know any good tutorials but just google a bit and I bet you'll find a ton of useful info
    Last edited by r3h0ld3r; 08-12-2009 at 01:56 PM.

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    Many thanks for the reply ...! I guess a book (and googling, like you suggested) is the first thing to do ...!

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    My first guess would not be after effects.

    I'm no expert either but I do know after effects justs adds effects after the movie is made in something like premier.

    Guess thats why they call it after effects.

    Although they could have used it as part of the whole, my guess is some kind of 3d thing or something simular.
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