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 demonstrates how to export the video from Adobe Premiere Pro.

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