Round-tripping between Final Cut Pro and Motion


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Round-tripping between Final Cut Pro and Motion

The process known as Round-tripping occurs when you send files between applications in Final Cut Studio. A typical video workflow would involve digitizing your video into Final Cut Pro, editing your sequence, while marking the footage you would like to send to other for more intense work. For example, you would send files you would like to add graphics to, to Motion, and you would send files that need color correction to Color. Since, this is a Motion Essential Training title, I'm going to show you the process of sending your video to Motion. Now you can send footage to Motion three different ways.

The first way, by selecting the entire sequence. If you Ctrl-click and say Send To > Motion Project, it will send the entire sequence. The second is to send clips directly out of your bin. So for example, if I wanted to send these three clips, I would select them, Ctrl-click, choose Send To, Motion Project. The third and probably most common way to send footage to Motion is directly out of...

Round-tripping between Final Cut Pro and Motion
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Round-tripping between Final Cut Pro and 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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