Applying motion effects to clips


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Applying motion effects to clips

Creating motion effects in Final Cut Pro X, that is pushing in or pushing out of a picture or flying an image to the screen, is very similar in some ways to Final Cut Pro 7 and before, but in other ways, it's a lot more elegant. Let's step in to the Motion Effects project. Now initially, we are going to work on still images. Now everything I do with a still image can be applied to video clips as well, but historically, working with still images have not been so easy.

The first clip we are going to work within our timeline is Jackie jumping through the air. We will zoom in. The name of the clip is called jackie_beach_jump. Now if I select this clip and I want to reposition it, in the old days we would use Wireframe. There is no Wireframe in Final Cut Pro X. If I want to start repositioning this clip, I go down to the bottom area of the viewer and I apply the Transform effect. You immediately see bounding boxes and now it works exactly like you would expect it to work in Wireframe.

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Applying motion effects to clips
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Applying motion effects to clips provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Abba Shapiro as part of the Migrating from Final Cut Pro 7 to Final Cut Pro X (2011)

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Video
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Final Cut Pro
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