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where to find more animated graphics?

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where to find more animated graphics?

Postby angelah100 » Mon Apr 13, 2015 12:31 pm

Am using PRE11 and trying to finish a 2nd grade basketball team highlights video. Looking for some animated graphics similar to what's included with PRE11 - any recommendations? The ones that I find usually require masking, chromakeying or something a bit tricky and I really just want a few cute things to stick in the video without too much work. Maybe a small fireworks (when the littlest one makes a basket), animated emoji-type faces... things kids would find funny or cool. Does PRE13 have more selection? It seems like the last few versions of PRE all had the same set, no new ones.
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Re: where to find more animated graphics?

Postby Peru » Mon Apr 13, 2015 1:29 pm

Have you tried the motion elements on Muvipix?
There is a fireworks one here:
http://muvipix.com/products.php?subcat_id=59
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Re: where to find more animated graphics?

Postby sidd finch » Mon Apr 13, 2015 1:29 pm

You can always check out sites like Pond 5 or videohive.net

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Re: where to find more animated graphics?

Postby Chuck Engels » Mon Apr 13, 2015 2:12 pm

We have 1000's of graphics right here at Muvipix, some are free. The media basic membership is also very reasonable and you have access to the entire library of clips :)
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Re: where to find more animated graphics?

Postby angelah100 » Mon Apr 13, 2015 8:40 pm

I've been a subscriber for years, worth every penny not only for the clips but for the training also. I was looking for objects that were a little less intricate than the HD motion elements on this site although I might be able to clip the fireworks so it's just a brief bang of light. Simple kiddish stuff, maybe a basketball with eyeballs that are looking around, a little atomic blast mushroom cloud, just little (and brief) animations to add to the video. That might be a good addition to this site actually, since Premiere Elements only includes a few.
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Re: where to find more animated graphics?

Postby Chuck Engels » Tue Apr 14, 2015 11:27 am

Hi Angela, Thanks for being a longtime subscriber !!

One place I have found, and actually have used their stuff, is MotionLoops. They do have one mushroom cloud animation that I could find, and they have tons of other stuff too. We are looking into the possibility of partnering with them later this year :)

https://www.motionloops.com/us/en/produ ... oom_cloud/
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