Telling Your Story on the Web & Social Media in 60 Seconds

  Course File
  Getting Started
  1 Why Use Dynamic Media
  2 Creating a Simple Slideshow with Adobe Photoshop
  3 Creating a Looping Video Advertisement
  4 Sharing a Panoramic or 360˚ Photo
  5 Creating a Stop Motion Animation
  6 Creating a Cinemagraph
  7 Creating a Plotagraph
  8 Creating an App Demo
  9 Making a White Board Video
  10 Showcasing a Product with a 360˚ Loop
  Conclusion
Cinemagraphs are a very popular form of Internet content. These can be either a high-end, animated .gif or even a movie. Cinemagraphs are where the action is frozen, but parts of the image are still moving. How do you make one? In this movie, author Richard Harrington assembles a project for a cinemagraph in Adobe Premiere Pro.

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