Adding QuickTime movies to Motion


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Adding QuickTime movies to Motion

While we can create some pretty amazing graphics and effects natively within Motion, there is going to come a time where you are going to want to import some QuickTime. So let's do that right now. Navigate to your Exercise Files folder and go down to the Media folder and let's look at some footage. One of the things I like about Motion is the fact that I can just drag and drop any QuickTime in the canvas into the play. So let's drag and drop the CityNight QuickTime right into the center of the canvas. And again, if you are seeing these yellow lines, these are your dynamic guides and if you are not, you can go up to the View menu and turn that on.

This is QuickTime in the canvas, let's go ahead and hit the Play button and watch the playback. Now you might see a little noise that's happening here in the video footage and that's due to the codec and if you remember back to my definitions, the codec is how that file is compressed and then decompressed. If we look in the...

Adding QuickTime movies to Motion
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Adding QuickTime movies to Motion provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ian Robinson as part of the Motion 4 Essential Training

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