February 20, 2015
Motion 5 users can bring their 2D images to life with inMotion3D: Projection from Pixel Film Studios. This plugin allows editors to map a photo of an alley, hallway or room onto a 3D environment in Motion 5. inMotion3D; Projection also gives users the ability to add text, logos, or keyed footage to their 3D room.
inMotion3D: Projection requires the latest version of Motion 5. Mac Mini and Macbook Air computers with Intel graphics cards are not compatible with this plugin.
From 2D to 3D in Motion 5
inMotion3D: Projection allows Motion 5 users to project a 2D image onto a 3D room. Then with a 3D camera, editors can pan, tilt, and dolly around their environment to observer it from unique and interesting perspectives. inMotion3D: Projection is a great tool for turning a stagnant photo into a fun and engaging journey.
Control the Environment
Motion 5 editors can take total control of their environment. With easy-to-use sliders and controls, they can adjust the depth, width, and height of their room. Then, users can manipulate the position and rotation of the guidelines to match the perspective lines in their scene.
Add Text or Keyed Footage
inMotion3D: Projection is a powerful tool that can help editors create 3D title sequences quickly in Motion 5. With designated presets, users can add logos, text, or keyed footage to their scene that can interact with their environment in 3D space.
Designed for Motion 5
inMotion3D: Projection was professionally designed by the team at Pixel Film Studios for Motion 5. As an Motion 5 generator, this tool can be dragged-and-dropped onto the timeline and filled with a still image. inMotion3D: Projection also contains easy-to-use controls built into the Motion Inspector that allow users to customize their environment quickly.