Join Frank Rohmer for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a 3D title pt. 3, part of Final Cut Pro 6 with Photoshop CS3 Integration.
To begin with, we are going to use a Photoshop document that we created…previously in a different lesson and I'm going to import that.…Now, I have already imported it, but I want to show you how I did it.…So I'll click on the Browser in my Final Cut Pro Project and I'll push…Command and the letter I on my keyboard and I'm going to navigate to the…Desktop which is where we saved it before and I'm going to bring in this 3D…Title merged.psd document.…So I'll mouse click on the Choose button and there it is.…Now, notice when it comes into Final Cut Pro, it comes in as or with a…Timeline icon.…
See this right here?…That icon represents a Timeline and that's how this works.…Photoshop documents if they were saved as a .PSD, they will come in as a…Timeline or in a Timeline that will allow us to get to those individual layers.…That's the key.…That's part of the key.…So there is a couple of ways we can work this.…Number one, I could mouse click and just simply drag it down to the…Timeline just like this.…
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