Motion Array is supporting filmmakers during the Coronavirus pandemic with free access to their Adobe Premiere Pro Transitions, Video Review system, and Portfolio, which is a video portfolio website builder. Let’s take a closer look at it!
Motion Array Free for Three
After Skillshare, Frame.io, and, more recently, Apple with Final Cut Pro X, Motion Array is giving you free access to some of their services for the next three months. Indeed, you will get access, free of charge, to:
Usually, you need to get a monthly/annual membership plan to get access to these resources. And for those of you who may ask, you don’t need to provide any payment details to get started.
I gave the 30 Adobe Premiere Pro Transitions a try, and they are not bad at all and work correctly. You can export your project without any watermarks or limitations. Otherwise, you’ll need to get your project complete by July 1st, 2020, or you will get a watermark when exporting if you don’t subscribe to a paid plan.
I did not try Video Review, which looks similar to Frame.io and might be helpful if you still have projects to deliver. The Video Portfolio service looks useful if you need to update your website but don’t have any web coding experience. But, if you don’t plan to get a paid plan after July 1st, I’m not sure this is something I would recommend you do.
Getting started is simple; all you have to do is go to Motion Array, create an account if you don’t already have one, and enjoy your free three-month trial. For more information, you can visit Motion Array’s blog post here.
What do you think of this Motion Array offer? Are you already using one of these services? Do you think you are going to give it a try? Let us know in the comments below!