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How to integrate and work between Final Cut Pro and Motion.
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Hey guys, this is E Meek 77 and I am here to show you a little bit between motion and final cut pro. Somebody emailed me and wants to know how they could interchange the project in between applications that have exported and imported to another application. How they can work on intergraded in the two applications, like I did in a couple of my videos, where I save it and one updates and another.
So, what I have done is, I have got my do monitor set up here to record twenty nine something bass, ten something more screen capture if you noticed, almost three thousand spring capture as I filming this. Twenty nine, fifty of something on the capture here I got both monitors going. As you can see, this is my main monitor and we are got final cut pro open.
We come down here and bringing in, I got this image here I want to right click and select scene two motion project. I want to save it I call it sequence one and I save it to the desk top, this is another example. Now, boom! over here in motion it updates it, because I told it the send to motion.
Now, let me add a filter, let us just add a dazzle filter is to do something to it here. That is a little much, is it? But, let us turn it down a little bit. Now, when I go up here to my project, the mini bars over here for, because I am using dual screens, when is saved it. It will save for me., like that. Now, when I come back over the final cut pro boom! it automatically updates, there is no work, and there is no nothing. I will come back over the motion and add text.
I can add text just change the color. Let us change it to blue. I go up the file, save, I come back over the final cut pro, boom! it is updated, automatically guys, that is it. That is all the works, that is all there is to it. That is how final cut do your rules and there nothing to it, it does everything for you, it is great.
So, I hope this has helped you out. I hope you have learned something, if not pm me, get the hold of me, www.finalcutstudioschool.com. I am always there to help. If this tutorial did not help, please, please send me message and I will do all I can to help you. Thanks guys.