A detailed tutorial on how to animate text along a curve, also called text on a path, using Motion 5. This isn’t obvious, but it isn’t hard, once you know how.
A detailed explanation of how to get text to flow around a shape using Motion 5.
“Publishing” allows you to send Motion effects settings to Final Cut Pro X so that you can adjust a Motion template inside Final Cut. Sounds complex, but it isn’t, as this short video tutorial explains.
Final Cut Pro X can’t open Motion projects directly. But, using Motion 5, you can convert any existing Motion project so it will open and play in Final Cut Pro X. This short video tutorial explains how.
Rigs and widgets extend the power and flexibility of Motion into Final Cut Pro X. In this short video tutorial, learn how they work.
A step-by-step tutorial showing how to add a motion path to an object, then change its timing, speed, and path shape using Apple Motion 5.
This short video tutorial shows how to animate a mask in Motion 5 – a very cool effect that is very easy to do.
This step-by-step technique shows how to animate a line across a map using Motion 5.
In this short video tutorial, learn how to animate text on a curved path in Motion 5. (This works for Motion 4, as well.)
A step-by-step technique to motion track two clips using either Motion 5 or Motion 4.
This detailed technique shows you how and why to stabilize video images in Motion 5.
Here’s a very cool Motion effect where changes in music cause the video to change as well.
The open secret of Final Cut Pro X is that all its effects are Motion 5 projects. This means that you can use Motion to create custom effects for use in Final Cut. This video tutorial shows you how this works.
Changing the color of a gradient in Final Cut Pro X requires opening it in Motion and making changes. This article describes how.
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