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How Motion is meant to work with FCP X

How Motion is meant to work with FCP X: Migrating from Final Cut Pro 7 to Final Cut Pro X
How Motion is meant to work with FCP X: Migrating from Final Cut Pro 7 to Final Cut Pro X

Apple Motion is to Final Cut Pro X like how Adobe After Effects is to Adobe Premiere Pro: Motion is where you can create more intricate graphics that would be difficult to create in Final Cut Pro X. In this video, walk through how Motion is meant to work with Final Cut Pro X.

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Skill Level Intermediate
2h 48m
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Video Video Editing Final Cut Pro

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