The 8th of June is World Oceans Day, which celebrates the role our oceans play in our lives and supports projects to support and sustain them.
If you'd like to create a video to share a message for World Oceans Day, here are three top templates to help you do that quickly with professional results. These templates are from Envato Market and Envato Elements, where you'll find plenty of other options to inspire you.
3 Top Video Templates to Celebrate World Oceans Day
Reveal your logo from under the waves in this realistic ocean logo template for Adobe After Effects. This is a really neat effect, and stylishly made. It would suit a range of Ocean’s Day projects and videos.
A nice, thematic way to move between scenes – Water Transitions for After Effects includes ten clips of waves that are easy to use and fast rendering.
This After Effects project is specifically geared towards those wanting to create a video message about the polluting of our oceans. It’s fast-paced and hard-hitting, pivoting around a plastic straw to reveal a disposable cup and other trash.
Your video might only be part of your World Ocean's Day creation. Here are some resources from Envato Elements that you might find useful when creating your message. Everything on Envato Elements is included in a subscription, so you can try out as much as you like until you find something you like.
Stock Images and Footage
Adding stock images and footage is a great way to make your videos look expensive and to include things you wouldn't be able to get easily.
A cute pack of simple icons representing sea and ocean themes, from boats to waves, and sea life. You can customise the colours to fit with your video.
Maybe your video is set to be part of a talk or presentation. In which case you might try teaming it with a template like this one, themed around ocean conservation. It uses free fonts and has a flat, minimalist design.
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