Join Frank Rohmer for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a 3D title pt. 1, part of Final Cut Pro 6 with Photoshop CS3 Integration.
Take a look at this title that I created here in Photoshop for just a moment.…There is a lot going on here, isn't there?…Now, what if I asked you to recreate this exact title in Final Cut Pro?…Would you be able to do it?…I don't think you would be able to.…That's the reason why I want you to create this lesson.…You see, one of the weakest links in the chain of Final Cut Pro's…capabilities is the built-in Titler and I'd like to show you how to create…this using Photoshop.…And then in a separate lesson, I'm going to teach you how to animate all of…these layers within Final Cut Pro and that's the beauty when you bring the…capabilities of Photoshop together with the capabilities of Final Cut Pro,…you will be able to create and have some lethal combinations.…
So, I'm going to minimize this title by clicking in the upper left-hand side of…the window there, there we go and then we are going to start from scratch.…So, Photoshop of course is launched and the first thing you are going to want to…do is navigate up to the word File, mouse click and select New.…
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- Using keyframing to mark sections of a file
- Setting Photoshop preferences to work best with Final Cut Pro