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How do I make logos videos

by filipe_kiko / February 21, 2012 3:06 AM PST

Hi! I wonder if it is possible to get those logos from sites that are at the bottom of the videowith Sony Vegas or any other program that does this?

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Get or "Make"?
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / February 21, 2012 3:15 AM PST

Those are two different questions. But my son took quite a few graphics classes and then video classes during high school and college. Is this worth taking the classes?

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How do I make logos videos
by tomerryder / April 16, 2013 9:40 PM PDT
In reply to: Get or "Make"?

Tips for making a good logo animation

Think about what the company stands for, and how to portray this in the animation (is it professional, creative or fun?)
Start the animation by not giving much away. Make the viewer want to see more, then reveal the logo piece-by-piece.
Keep it under 10 seconds. The shorter the better.
Most intros end with the logo on a black background. It's not a rule, but if you want to keep it consistent with the industry, it's a good idea.
Spend time building a quality sound design. Bad sound can ruin any good visual.

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