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On the Fast Track with Apple's Motion 5: Chapter 1.2

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In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe looks at working with Clips and Groups in Apple's Motion, and also looks at clip-based effects, and how there's a lot more tools at your disposal, than you might think.



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