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I love kinetic typography, and the latest video by David Guetta, uses it in an interesting way. Instead of just using text as a 2D element, they've made text a part of the environment.

Could you guys please help me out with the various fonts w/ typefaces used in this here? (images linked)

I've added the images in this imgur album link,

Thanks in Anticipation :)


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-1: This question does not show any research effort. Screenshots would be good. – e100 Oct 18 '11 at 10:30
Yea, or at least specific times when the texts appear. Youtube even allows you to get the url to specific time in the video. I'm gonna give this minus as well. – Joonas Oct 18 '11 at 10:49
@Lollero Wow, I've totally come off as an asshole when I come to think of it. Sorry guys, I should've made an honest effort. Will get to it right away. – Ameen Oct 18 '11 at 16:39
I wouldn't spend so much time in finding the particular fonts.<br> Use pages like these to find similar fonts: - dafont - fawnt - abstractfonts - or fontsqirrel – ueberkim Oct 26 '11 at 10:30
Try running some of these through – Johannes Oct 27 '11 at 0:32

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I am 99% sure the font in picture #9 is ITC Avant Garde book. Many of the fonts displayed in these pictures looks made by professional. Try google either Linotype or ITC. Perhaps you´ll find something there.

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