Final Cut Pro X 10.0.9: Use Motion Effects With Still Photos


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Using motion effects with still photos and graphics

So far, we have just been dealing with video. In the world of video editing, however, you often work with still images like photographs, graphics, and maps. In this movie, we'll take a look at some of the basics surrounding working with still images. So, if I click on the Stills keyword collection, you'll see that I have several photographs. In my Filmstrip View, when I click on each of these images, you'll notice that I get a set In and Out point. This is a default four second amount.

And you can of course shorten or lengthen this as you need to. But if you need to change the default amount, you can. You just come up to Final Cut Pro > Preferences and then under Editing, you would just change this amount from 4 seconds to whatever you want. I will leave it at 4 seconds for now. So let's go ahead and switch over to List View because I want to take a look at something here. I want to look at this Frame Size column. Again, if you don't see this, you just right- click and make su...

Using motion effects with still photos and graphics
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Using motion effects with still photos and graphics provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ashley Kennedy as part of the Final Cut Pro X 10.0.9 Essential Training

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Video
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Final Cut Pro
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