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How can I create videos like this:

http://vimeo.com/24302498

What software do they use? I see lots of these types of videos and curious as to what they use to make them.

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Nice question, I'm certainly interested too. Though I fear the answer involves a lot more than a remotely simple program.. For now. I sure hope I'm wrong about that though. –  Doc Jun 22 '11 at 0:04
    
While this may not be how they did it, you can achieve similar results (not the same, but worth a look) - prezi.com –  Breakthrough Jun 22 '11 at 2:34

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They may have used After Effects for this. You can find tutorials on how to make it in AE here

Its known as Typography I believe

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More precisely it's called typographic animation. Typography is the art of creating and arranging type. –  stib May 30 at 11:59

Another idea is maybe Adobe Flash. It's made to make animations so something similar might be achievable.

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Not to look like a cop out answer, but I have been able to achieve similar looks using Photoshop or similar programs to create the graphics

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Yeah, but the thing is that Photoshop doesn't really make moving images.. –  sinni800 Jun 22 '11 at 11:53
    
Yes it does, you can create gifs and many other things –  admintech Jun 22 '11 at 12:23
    
Oh it can? I find that kind of strange, hence the name PHOTOshop ;). Alright, but I dont think you can make real videos without having to make it frame by frame? :D –  sinni800 Jun 22 '11 at 12:28

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