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Dave G replied to the topic 'Cable News Moving Background Template?' in the forum. 6 years ago

Karsten Schlüter wrote:

DaveG wrote:
... motionvfx.com, but I only saw one relative template there but it's didn't knock me out as it's too news oriented. ..

motionvfx offers literally hundreds of templates ....
www.motionvfx.com/store,motion,3,58,1,1.html
nothing fits your needs?
Nothing I saw immediately that knocked me out, but I will have to spend more time looking.
Karsten Schlüter wrote:

Then, i think, you should create your very own in Motion ... M5 comes with many animated 'elements', you can confgure and customize on your own .... reminds me a bit to Garageband :lol:

Just stack a few together, adjust speed and color to your needs - done. When you create it smart, you can loop your animation ...

Maybe, you can post a few screengrabs or YT-links to show what's in your mind... ?
I don't have time to learn Motion (busy trying to keep the business going), but my son is now learning it. He's already starting to create one from scratch, so we're moving on it. If I can find a template already made that workable, it will just save us some time that we can spend elsewhere.

Mostly I was just posting to see if someone already knew of something specific I could jump into.

Thanks,
Dave
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Dave G created a new topic ' Cable News Moving Background Template?' in the forum. 6 years ago

I'd like to create a motion background similar to what you see on cable news shows with shapes, color patterns and show name very slowly moving in the background and then cycling through. I would use it for instruction tutorials instead of keying out the blue screen and adding a still photo.

Does anyone know of a template we could start with? (And then I could say "yes" to your question.)

Mark Spencer suggested in a different forum that I should check out motionvfx.com, but I only saw one relative template there but it's didn't knock me out as it's too news oriented. I just need the general concept of it as I said above.

Thanks,
Dave
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