Making graphics that you created in Apple Motion editable in Final Cut is a HUGE timesaver! In this Apple Motion tutorial, I’ll show you how to make Lower Thirds created in Apple Motion editable in Final Cut Pro.
If you missed Part 1 of this series where we created Lower Thirds step by step in Apple Motion, you can catch it here: https://youtu.be/Tr3Ed8BAh70
00:40 Why should you make templates in Apple Motion?
02:02 Step #1 Creating a Template Project
03:13 Locating Templates in Final Cut Pro
04:45 Deciding which elements to make editable in FCP
07:41 Making individual elements editable in FCP
11:45 How to turn off elements in templates
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