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Scope: Motion Graphics
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Written by CJ Robles
Updated over a week ago

Design Pickle's Motion Graphic service is included in the Premium & Power plans and lets you apply motion to graphic design.

We can create fully customized motion graphics projects or apply motion graphics on top of your videos. We can also edit motion graphics templates and tweak them to your liking.

Our creatives use Adobe After Effects, so you can request AEP (Adobe After Effects source file), MOGRT, MP4, or MOV file formats!

Here is a list of what we can do:

  • Animated logos

  • Animated text

  • Graphic loop

  • Animated ads

  • Animated explainers

  • Production animation

  • UX/UI Animation

  • Animated titling

  • Transparent animated assets

  • Video stitching

  • Subtitling

  • Audio stitching

  • Template editing

And here's a list of what we can't do:

  • Audio Editing

    • Our creative team will not modify or manipulate audio files; they must be provided in its finalized form.

  • 4K Videos*

    • Our creative teams deliver industry-standard full HD digital videos (1920 x 1080 resolution).

    • *Note: We don't recommend 4K video format as it may cause longer turnaround time and delay other requests. If you still want a 4K video, let your creative know, and they will assess if it's possible.

  • Visual Effects Creation/CGI creation

  • Chrome Key Compositing

  • Rotoscoping

  • Motion Tracking

  • Voiceover recording

  • Writing or transcribing audio

  • Complex 2D character animation stories

  • 3D Animation

  • Trademarked names, brands, and quotes

Motion graphics videos can last 5 minutes max, and requests usually take 2-7 business days to turnaround time.

More complex videos may require additional time.

To ensure we meet your deadlines, submit complex requests with ample lead time and communicate actively with the creative working on your request to establish an accurate final delivery date. The amount of graphics, moving parts, revisions, and overall project complexity can affect the turnaround time, so maintaining an open line of communication with your designer is crucial.

Can I see some work samples?

Can I send my creative a video and have Motion Graphics added to it?

  • Yes!

Can you sequence my videos together?

  • Yes! We can stitch your videos together if you have multiple video clips.

Do you provide Motion Graphic templates or Stock Video assets?

Do you provide audio?

  • Yes! Our motion graphic artists can access the Envato music and sound effects library, which means we can provide audio from the Envato library.

  • Alternatively, you can find royalty-free music at Pixabay Music, Shutterstock, Adobe, or even YouTube Studio (some are free, others are paid for). If you opt to source your audio outside of Envato library, you must provide the files to us.

Do you provide voice-overs?

  • No, but if you have a voice-over audio file ready, we can add it.

How are the assets used in the Motion Graphic created?

  • We have several options:

    • You can provide the assets to us by uploading them in the request form.

      • If your project contains video footage or audio assets (outside of Envato), you must provide them.

    • We can customize Adobe Stock graphics/icons to fit your brand.

    • We can create Custom Graphics or Illustrations if needed (needs more time to complete)

    • We can use assets from the Envato Elements library

Is there a limit to the upload/download file size?

  • Not more than 5GB worth of assets in a single request.

  • Note: The more assets you provide to the creative team, the longer it will take to review all the content and assess what should be used in your project.

    • Auditing materials, especially video footage, still takes time and work. Please provide only the necessary assets and files to ensure your turnaround time will not be negatively impacted.

Need further help? Email us through [email protected], or click the chat button on the lower right-hand side of this window to chat with us.

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