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Free Title Sequence!

Posted by Jon Geddes
11:48 am on September 22nd, 2009


Here is a very simple opening title sequence that utilizes 3D positioning, flickering candlelight, casted shadows, motion blur, and more. Enjoy!

Watch Sample Video

Download Project File & Texture

NOTE: To adjust the timing of title transitions, select the Camera Controller layer and press “u” to reveal the keyframes. Select the Position and Rotation Keyframes together, and adjust as needed.

7 Responses to “Free Title Sequence!”

  1. djaqib says:

    thanx alot jon i would really like a title sequence based on Enchanted Waters thanx

  2. David says:

    Thanks Jon – I think it is simply fantastic that you took the time to create something you would give away for free. How many companies/businesses do that – very, very few. I again thank you.

  3. india says:

    it takes a loot time to render on my mac with 2 gig of ram on core 2 deo prosser

  4. Mike says:

    Thank you! Renders fast on my core i7 (same as you have)

  5. djaqib says:

    hey someone advice me please i am planing to buy a new computer but i am kinda tight on budget.

    is amd 955 quad core is good as intel i7
    is there a really big diffrence of rendering time between these two processors? bcz amd 955 is slighty cheaper
    i would appricate any advice thank u

  6. Jon Geddes says:

    The lowest priced i7 (920) will render approximately 10% – 20% faster than the Phenom II X4 955 at stock speeds.

    The Intel Core i7 is a more efficient processor and Intel processors have been known to be more compatible with AE rendering. I recommend the Intel, but the choice is yours.

  7. djaqib says:

    jon i already got Amd Athlon 64 x2 Dual Core Processor 5000+ and i am not very happy with it.
    it takes around 18 to 20 hours to render Enchanted Waters

    i guess i’ll spend the extra 200 dollor on intel i7 i heard alot of gud things about i7

    thanx Jon i really wanted ur opinion on this

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