By TechCrunch editor Aimee S. Brown | 09/18/2016 11:03:53This week we’re going to show you how to use the new Pixar/Disney/Lucasfilm Star Wars technology, Star Wars: The Force, to create an animated short film.
In this article, we’ll show you some of the cool effects you can create with this new technology.
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The first step in creating an animated film is to create the movie’s title.
In order to achieve this, you’ll need the following tools.
These tools are very powerful tools and it’s worth knowing them before you begin.
These are the most important tools you will need to create your animated short.
The following tools will show you exactly what they do:These tools also provide you with a quick way to quickly edit your animated film.
You can find the complete list of the tools on the Adobe website, but I will show how you can use them to create this short film by using the following simple steps.
These steps are easy to understand, and they’re pretty straightforward.
First, open up your existing video and select the options in the right-hand side.
Next, select “Select Video from File.”
This will open up a window that lists all of the videos you have on your computer.
You can click on each video to take a look at its file.
This will show that all of your videos are selected in the list, which is good news.
Now, we need to find the title of our film.
Right-click on the title, and select “New Title.”
Next, enter a title that is unique to this film and then click “OK.”
Now, you can add your movie title to the “Video” menu, and then select the “Title” option.
This opens up the “Movie Title Editor” tool.
In the “title” menu you can choose “Title,” and then you can change the type of title you’d like to add.
The default type of titles you can select are the ones that are listed on the main menu.
You don’t have to select a particular type of subtitle, but you can put one on the top of the title and it’ll be added automatically.
You also have the option to change the color of your title if you want to give it some personality.
Now that we have the title set, we can select it from the “Add Title” menu.
This menu will show us a preview of the movie title.
Now, choose “Add Movie.”
You’ll see that we’ve chosen to add a new title, “Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens.”
Once you click “Submit,” the title will appear on the screen.
If you’re looking at the title on your screen, you will see that it is currently set to the title “Star War: Episode VIII – Return of the Jedi,” which is what we are going to create in this article.
Now we need a quick time-lapse.
We’ll use our existing video to show a new clip.
Go to your “Video Manager” tool, and you should see a new icon appear.
Select that icon and click on “Edit” to get started.
Select the “Time-Lapse” tool from the menu that pops up, and click the “Edit Time-Lapses” button to add your time-log.
You will now see an icon that looks like this:This icon tells you which time interval you need to add to your timeline.
You’ll now have a selection of frames that you can drag into your timeline, and this is the time interval that you need.
You have to change your time interval to the right time for your timeline to load properly.
Now that we’re ready, we want to take our time-stretch clip and create a time-loop.
The easiest way to do this is to choose the “Load Time-Loop” option from the time-line dropdown menu.
Click “OK” to close out of the Time-Line editor.
Now when you open your timeline in the Time Library, you should have a timeline that looks something like this.
Now you can click “Loop” to start the loop.
We can add a small time-skip at the beginning and end of our clip.
This time-skipping only lasts for a couple of seconds and will be displayed as a little green arrow.
This is important so that you know when to stop your looping.
When you’re done, click “Save” to save your timeline and the time loops will be completed.
Now you can load your timeline again.
The Time Library is now a nice little time-sphere that you will use to loop your timeline back and forth through time, and it will save all of these time-points.