YouTube Intro Help!!

Discussion in 'Design and Graphics' started by NCSVRZachT, Apr 11, 2013.

  1. NCSVRZachT macrumors newbie

    Apr 9, 2013
    Hey so i was wondering if anyone would want to make an intro for my YouTube channel for me because i dont know how. Heres what i had in mind:
    Have someone running, breathing hard, away from something growling in the background, have this happening in a dark hallway, then he runs in to a wall and NCSVRZachT is spelled in blood on the wall make his vision fade after you can see NCSVRZachT for long enough to read it, and make his breathing slow as his vision fades, and it would be cool if you could make blood drip from the letters
    P.S. It would also be cool if you could make like the noise of splashing blood when the letters appear, and remeber this is all an INTRO so it cant be too long (like 30 seconds give or take)

    I know a lot of you will hate me for not paying but its a good way to practice your skills, if you make one you can email it to me at
  2. 12dylan34 macrumors 6502a

    Sep 3, 2009
    Yeah, you're gonna have trouble with that here. Realize the distinction between noobs who torrented Photoshop and After Effects and did some Andrew Kramer tutorials, and experienced professionals who charge and receive thousands for the kind of work that you're asking for. A 30 second spot like that, (professionally) shot, animated, composited and rendered will set you back $4000, and it pretty much goes up linearly like that for each additional shot.

    Get the After Effects trial, do this tutorial. Then you can say that you did it yourself.
  3. TheKnifeFight macrumors member

    Oct 29, 2008
    Way more helpful than I thought members would be. Take the above users advice but realistically you want to keep your intro short.

    I know you're a young dude, you have to realize that asking people to do the work for you actually costs money if you want it to look good. My opinion would be just work on producing quality content first and let the intro/outro be secondary.

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