2D stands for two-dimensional; 2D animation is when objects and characters are crafted in a two-dimensional space. This is a widely used traditional style that banks on the uniqueness of the characters and story line to make an impression. If you want to highlight the emotional aspects of a story, provide a narrative or if you need to connect with your audience on an emotional level, 2D animation is the right option.
2D Motion Graphics is a type of animation, which focuses on providing movement to all the graphic elements like icons, graphs or more. 2D Motion graphic videos can break down your complex services or products and present them in a memorable way. 2D motion graphics are at their core visual aids, so they excel at teaching hard-to-understand ideas through visuals.
3D animation or sometimes referred to as CGI animation refers to the work of creating moving pictures in a digital environment that is in a three-dimensional space. 3D characters and backgrounds add perspective, depth & realism to a video. The objects and characters in 3D have volume, which makes it easier to rotate and move them too.
Editing is the heart and soul of a video, and can change the video messaging for the better. Package your video in the most optimal manner possible by decorating the video with your brand elements, like opening and closing identity, aston-band, captions,icons and customise it based on your requirement.
It’s a series of images and/or videos that are stitched together, along with graphics to add some oomph to the video. This is ideal when you want to place icons, captions, vectors on the video footage to emphasis a point.
Live Action has the ability to capture emotions and tell stories through real-life filming. Instead of animation or computer graphic, Live Action involves actors, a set, a narrative and more.