- [Instructor] In the latest release of Motion,…you now have access to…some of the same powerful color correction effects…that are available to you in Final Cut,…are now available in Motion…for you to use as you see fit.…Now, there is no color inspector in Motion,…but if you head inside…and you go to the Filters tab,…and we scroll down and do a search for the color section,…we'll see now that we have the introduction of Color Wheels,…we've got access to Hue and Saturation Curves,…and we also have access to our Color Curves.…
So, all of these effects…that we found inside of Final Cut Pro X,…are now available to us here in Motion.…So let me just apply one of these effects.…I will go down and select the Color Wheels,…and I'll apply it to the one layer, or clip,…that's currently in my Layers tab in Motion.…And I'll select this.…And I'm actually going to change my workspace…so it's a little bit more like Final Cut.…So if I add to the Window menu,…I go to Window Layout, I'll change this to Cinema.…And Cinema will show me my Inspector here…
- HEVC support
- HDR support
- Color correction
- Color Wheels and Color Curves
- Creating 360-degree video projects
- Virtual reality effects and titles
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on 05/17/2018. What changed?
A: The following topics were updated: Camera RAW support and importing, creating, and exporting closed captions.
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1. Workflow Improvements
2. Color Workflow Additions
3. Virtual Reality Improvements
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