Finishing a project


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Finishing a project

So, I just wanted to talk to you a little bit about what to do when you finish your project. Now, Motion is a unique application in the fact that it's bundled with all these other applications. So it is expressly designed to be integrated within Final Cut Pro. We definitely have courses in the lynda.com Library dedicated to that, and the process is called round-tripping. Now, before you go ahead and start importing your Motion projects into Final Cut Pro or DVD Studio Pro, I also want to show you how you can archive your project.

So when you have a project open and it's finished, go to the Media tab, and you'll be able to see all the media that's in use in your project, and you'll see this column that says In Use. And if there's little check mark there, that's letting you know that it is used in your project. So if by chance you do have something in your project you're not using, go ahead and select it and click the Minus button and it will be removed from yo...

Finishing a project
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Finishing a project provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ian Robinson as part of the Motion: Principles of Motion Graphics

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Video
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Motion
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