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a non-3D news open and graphics (NOT a list thread)


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Here's the NewsNation graphics and animation

 

Then, look at Tegna graphics

 

Lastly, look at the Scripps package (from ABC7 KMGH Denver)

 

What do all these have in common? These motion graphics look like they were done on After Effects. No 3-D looking whatsoever like most other stations. I should know, I use After Effects myself. IMO, these graphics and news opens look simple and fun to make. 

 

Are there any other stations using news opens and motion graphics the same way? PLEASE NOTE: this is NOT a list thread, nor will I make it that way. Post YouTube links here on post at a time

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Just came across this NEW graphics package for CBS affiliate WINK-TV. Looks fun and simple to make, as it is fun to watch. Combination of Scripps and TEGNA together. Looks like it was done on After Effects
 

 

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The Scripps V3 look was designed in After Effects. Someone had videos of corporate instructional videos on how to use the look in AE. I'm not sure about Tegna.

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This isn't exactly a list thread, but it is a database thread...
 

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As such, it is being closed. There are already plenty of places to talk about these looks.

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