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In this tutorial, Andy Neil shows how to create a custom designed lower third for Final Cut Pro X.



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Re: Motion Quick Tip - Custom Titles for FCP X
by Hisham Attia
Thanks Andy for sharing.
Rich, you need to push line 2 in 3D space behind the other lines.

Cheers
Hisham
Re: Motion Quick Tip - Custom Titles for FCP X
by Gregory Bauhof
Hi Andy,

I can seem to see the line when I first draw it if I use FCP Titles. I have to have the group clicked (which you unchecked so you didn't have to look at it while working)

Is there a setting I should correct so I can the line like you are?
Please let me know.

Thanks!
Later,
G
@Gregory Bauhof
by Andy Neil
This is probably because you had the Titles group selected when you drew the line and so your line layer is located in that group instead of the new group. Just grab the line layer and drag it into your new group and you should be fine.

Andy

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Re: Motion Quick Tip - Custom Titles for FCP X
by Richard Kuenneke
I cannot get line two to move behind the other lines.

Rich
Re: Motion Quick Tip - Custom Titles for FCP X
by Claude Lyneis
That is a great tutorial. Motion 5 is powerful, but very dense and this helps demystify it. I have gone through it step by step twice and it really helps.


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