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Apple Motion 3 Tutorial, this video will focus on how to round trip between Final Cut Pro and Motion.
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Hey guys this is Eric, back with another Final Cut tutorial. This is going to be round tripping. And this is the power of round tripping and why Final Cut Studio is so good. I’ve got motion open here and I’m going to import a particle here, as you can see, this simple particle.
Now I want this in my Final Cut Pro project so what I’m going to do is, I want to save this. I want to save it as, I’m going to leave it as untitled for demonstration purposes. I’m going to save it to my desktop.
Okay, now as you can see right here, I have this untitled project for motion I just saved, the particle I just saved. Now I’m going to open up Final Cut Pro, I want to click on this part, I’m going to click on this project in command tab over the Final Cut Pro, okay. I want to open it up.
Now as you can see, I can drag and drop this project right in my Final Cut Studio or Final Cut Pro project, right. Okay. Now I drop again right there and now you see there it is, okay.
Now I know this is ugly, I’m just showing you how this round tripping works. Save the clip, it say s okay. That looks good man, I like this but can we change that color? No problem, we go back to motion and let’s change the color of this. We’ll change it to say rainbow, okay. Then we’ll save it.
Now, we’ll command tab back to the Final Cut Pro and boom, it automatically updates in Final Cut Pro. This is the power of round tripping and it also, motion also round trips with after effects.
If you all need to know how to do that, I can make a tutorial, it will update and round trip just like motion does in Final Cut Pro it will do the same thing with after effects. Motion and after effects make a good team. So if you guys have any questions, get a hold of me, I’ll help you out all I can. We’ll see you next time.