Adobe Fresco NEW FEATURE – Control opacity for motion frames
In this Adobe Fresco tutorial we will learn to create animated bulbs using one of the newest features in Adobe Fresco. – Control the opacity for frames in Motion/Animation. Just recently, Adobe released a bunch of new features in Fresco, and one of those features is opacity control for motion frames. With this feature, now you can control the opacity of individual frames with ease! If this is your first time working on animation/motion in Fresco, I would highly recommend that you check out my Intro to animation video. This tutorial is of course aimed at beginners, and you would be able to create the animation without watching the intro video. But, the intro video would give you a proper understanding of how animation/motion in Fresco works, and thus would help you in creating your own animation from scratch. Adobe fresco motion is an amazingly powerful animation creating tool and it has been further updated with the new adobe fresco update. I hope you enjoy this tutorial!
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Adobe Fresco NEW FEATURE
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