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Apple Motion - TV Screen Part 4

A CreativeCOW Apple Motion Video Tutorial


CreativeCOW presents TV Screen Part 4 - Apple Motion Tutorial

Ben Scott Ben Scott
London, United Kingdom

©2008 Ben Scott and Creativecow.net. All rights reserved.

Article Focus:
This is part four in a podcast series on creating a TV screen look using Final Cut Studio. The other parts to this series can be found in the Creative COW Final Cut Studio Tutorials Podcast. In this Apple Motion tutorial Ben Scott shows you how to create a TV screen effect using generators, filters, masking, vector masks, behaviors and keyframing inside Apple Motion.







This tutorial is also available as a podcast. Click here to find it and many other Final Cut podcasts.




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Apple Motion - TV Screen Part 4
by Orin Jenkins
I think it's great that people are willing to spend their time creating tutorials for those of us out here who need help the software manufacturers can't seem to put into plain English. However, I would like to see Creative Cow provide these giving people with some guidelines so that their video tutorials fit the computer screen without having to continually scroll up and down to se the whole content. I know scrolling is fine for written tutorials, but video tutorials need to fit the computer screen so we can sit back and learn without having to keep out fingers on the scroll controls.

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