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Basic Concepts of Animation
Basic Concepts of Animation
Basic Concepts of Animation
Basic Concepts of Animation
Basic Concepts of Animation
Basic Concepts of Animation
Basic Concepts of Animation
Basic Concepts of Animation
Basic Concepts of Animation
Basic Concepts of Animation
Basic Concepts of Animation
Basic Concepts of Animation
Basic Concepts of Animation
Basic Concepts of Animation
Basic Concepts of Animation
Basic Concepts of Animation
Basic Concepts of Animation
Basic Concepts of Animation
Basic Concepts of Animation
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    • 1. BASIC CONCEPS OF ANIMATION Department of Educational Multimedia Faculty of Education, UTM MPT 1383: VIDEO AND ANIMATION TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTION
    • 2. INTRODUCTION
      • Technology & Media Design (MPT 1203):
      • Learn about the basic concepts, principles and animation creation techniques.
      • Authoring System (MPT 1193):
      • Explore basic Animation using Flash.
      • Video and Animation Technology Production (MPT 1383):
      • Use all the concepts, principles and technique to produce an animation.
      MPT1383: VIDEO & ANIMATION TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTION
    • 3. INTRODUCTION
      • Still remember these animation terms ???
      • Keyframe
      • Tweening
      • Onion Skinning
      • Frame by Frame
      • Frame Rate
      • Discuss with your friends (10 minutes)
      MPT1383: VIDEO & ANIMATION TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTION
    • 4. animation terms: KEYFRAME
      • Which drawing refers to keyframe(s)? Why ?
      • What is keyframe ?
      • Why we have to use keyframe?
      MPT1383: VIDEO & ANIMATION TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTION
    • 5. animation terms: KEYFRAME
      • A set of parameters defining a point in a animation.
      • For example a keyframe may define a picture size, position and rotation.
      • Any digital effect must have a minimum of two keyframes, start and finish, although more complex moves will use more.
      MPT1383: VIDEO & ANIMATION TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTION
    • 6. animation terms: TWEENING
      • What is tweening ?
      • The relationship between keyframe and tweening ?
      MPT1383: VIDEO & ANIMATION TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTION Keyframe 1 Keyframe 2
    • 7. animation terms: TWEENING
      • "Tween" is actually short for "in-between", and refers to the creation of successive frames of animation between key frames.
      • The process of generating intermediate frames between two images to give the appearance that the first image evolves smoothly into the second image.
      MPT1383: VIDEO & ANIMATION TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTION
    • 8. animation terms: TWEENING MPT1383: VIDEO & ANIMATION TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTION
    • 9. animation terms: TWEENING
      • Tweening in Adobe Flash ?
      • In computer animation, the term is most commonly used for Flash's "shape tweening" and "motion tweening" processes where the user can define two key frames and Flash will automatically create the in-between frames, either morphing one shape into another over a set period of time or else moving a shape or shapes from point A to point B over a set period of time.
      MPT1383: VIDEO & ANIMATION TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTION
    • 10. animation terms: TWEENING MPT1383: VIDEO & ANIMATION TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTION 1 ST cell Final cell Inbetween or tweening
    • 11. animation terms: ONION SKINNING
      • What is Onion Skinning ?
      • Where and when to use onion skinning ?
      MPT1383: VIDEO & ANIMATION TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTION
    • 12. animation terms: ONION SKINNING MPT1383: VIDEO & ANIMATION TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTION
    • 13. animation terms: ONION SKINNING
      • Onion skinning is a term for a technique used in creating animated cartoons and editing movies to see several frames at once.
      • This way, the animator can take decisions on how to create or change an image based on the previous image in the sequence.
      MPT1383: VIDEO & ANIMATION TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTION
    • 14. animation terms: FRAME BY FRAME
      • What is frame in animation world?
      • What is frame by frame animation ?
      MPT1383: VIDEO & ANIMATION TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTION
    • 15. animation terms: FRAME BY FRAME
      • In animation, a "frame" is a single complete image out of the sequence of images comprising an animation.
      • Taken alone, the frame is just a drawing - a piece of art. When sequenced with other drawings, it becomes an animation frame.
      MPT1383: VIDEO & ANIMATION TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTION
    • 16. animation terms: FRAME BY FRAME
      • Frame by frame animation is an animation technique to make a physically manipulated object appear to move on its own.
      • The object is moved by small amounts between individually photographed frames, creating the illusion of movement when the series of frames are played as a continuous sequence.
      MPT1383: VIDEO & ANIMATION TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTION
    • 17.
      • Traditional frame by frame animation…
      animation terms: FRAME BY FRAME
    • 18. animation terms: FRAME BY FRAME
    • 19. animation terms: FRAME RATE
      • What is frame rate ?
      • Frame rate is the measurement of the frequency (rate) at which an imaging device produces unique consecutive images called frames.
      • Frame rate is most often expressed in frames per second (fps).
      MPT1383: VIDEO & ANIMATION TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTION
    • 20. animation terms: FRAME RATE
      • Frame rate for movie or video ?
        • 24 – 30 fps (WHY...?)
      • Frame rate for animation; view on television or as video presentation) ?
        • 24 – 30 fps
      MPT1383: VIDEO & ANIMATION TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTION
    • 21. animation terms: FRAME RATE
      • Frame rate for digital animation ?
        • Computer or digital animation will funtion smoothly when using frame rate between 12 to 15 frames per second (12 –15 fps).
        • If we used less from that value, animation that produced will be stucks/slow and human eyes can see differences when frames changing between one image to another image.
      MPT1383: VIDEO & ANIMATION TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTION
    • 22. Thank You ! [email_address]

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