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Help with finding insipration

PostPosted: 06/3/2019, 12:29 pm
by stayhigh
I don't know how do you call these types of adverts/commercials, but its a lower third that has some info about the product. I've seen them being called "cut-in", "bug", "crawling bug" and something like that, but cut-in is the most popular. How do I find some examples of these type of graphics?

Image attached so people know what I'm talking about. What are they called, and where can I find more of these? I can't find anything relevant when I tried searching with the words above. I tried adding "tv", "television", "commercial", "advert" and stuff like that but didn't come up with anything useful.

Not sure if the thread belongs in this part of the forum so if its moved or deleted ok.. I can understand :)

Re: Help with finding insipration

PostPosted: 06/3/2019, 1:45 pm
by JPT7505
Lower thirds is what I call them, try envato or videohive.

Re: Help with finding insipration

PostPosted: 06/3/2019, 10:18 pm
by stayhigh
Well its not what I'm looking for but, thank you for the reply. The lower third is JUST the base/basis of this thing.

Re: Help with finding insipration

PostPosted: 06/3/2019, 10:33 pm
by JPT7505
Well you haven't specifically pointed anything out, just posted a photo. So what are you referring to? The white part, the soda can, the text or the friends tv still?

How is the attached image any different from yours? And it's just a lower third animation.

Re: Help with finding insipration

PostPosted: 06/10/2019, 7:43 am
by Konkurs_101
If I got things right, he's looking for examples of advertisings where you have a video clip going on, while the lower third/fourth of the screen is occupied by a strip that advertises a product with a scrolling text (hence the name "crawling bug", because the text crawls along the screen), sometimes with illustrations. That's the kind of ads you see in TV home shoppping channels, for example!

Re: Help with finding insipration

PostPosted: 07/15/2019, 12:48 am
by lindagriffithh
Did you mean the advertisement that does not relate to the picture that is shown on the big screen? This is only on TV, during different programs. For example, on QTV.