As introduced in the latest video about Sonic Crackers, I’ve created a new introduction sequence for my videos to replace the drab, simple plain one I had before.
I’ve been working on these new title sequences for a while and I’m quite proud of the results!
So why a fancy new title sequence?
They say that a first impression is the most important one, and it’s true. A title sequence for your video should show the audience exactly what that video / channel is all about. So far my channel has been lacking that somewhat. It’s also another bump up in the production quality of the videos. So far my production quality has been ropey to moderate at best, so now I’ve made a few videos it’s time to try up the ante a little on the production quality front.
The new title sequence is a 3D rendering of an arcade cabinet. The camera pans past the screen as various elements of my logo take part in the video game that’s on the screen. Each video type will have it’s own video game style, so the challenges videos are a street fighter type game, the plays are a platformer, etc.
Of course it’s not just about the visuals, a new theme tune, courtesy of Kevin McLeod, completes the look and feel by adding 8-bit chip-tune style music into the mix as opposed to the odd carnival organ type thing I went with before inexplicably.
So, what do you think of the new title sequences? Let me know!