Publishing Motion 5 Projects to FCPX
On MacBreak Studio
By Mark Spencer | October 28, 2011
I demonstrate to MacBreak Studio host Steve Martin the basic process of designing and publishing smart templates from Motion 5 to Final Cut Pro X, using a title as an example. With Motion 5, you can now design titles, transitions, effects, and generators and publish them to Final Cut Pro X's effects browsers, making Motion 5 a powerful tool for the Final Cut Pro X editor.
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editblog - Sat, May 25 2013 - 8:18 am
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