Creating templates for Motion and Final Cut


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Creating templates for Motion and Final Cut

Creating templates in Motion is another feature that will actually really increase your collaborative workflow. There are just a few things you need to watch out for. The first thing, you want to make sure that you've all your drop zones already set up. If we press F5 to open the Project pane and I expand one of the Video_Buttons, you'll know that there's a drop zone because next to the little QuickTime icon we've that downward arrow, letting us know that that's a drop zone. The second has to do with the text you'd like to remain editable. So for example, this text on top of the DVD buttons is also setup as a part of the template.

I'd like that to remain editable. So with that text selected, go to the Inspector and under the Text format section, if you scroll to the bottom, there is an option for Publish to Final Cut Pro. Make sure this is selected. Without this the text will not be editable in Final Cut. So we can go ahead and collapse that layer, and you'...

Creating templates for Motion and Final Cut
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Creating templates for Motion and Final Cut provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ian Robinson as part of the Motion 4 Essential Training

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Video
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