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Painting with Apple Motion

Painting with Motion
A Creative COW Apple Motion Video Tutorial


Painting with Apple Motion

Stephen Smith

Stephen Smith
Savvy Productions, Inc.
Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

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Painting in Final Cut can be a lot of fun without the mess. This tutorial by Contributing Editor Stephen Smith showcases Motion's new paint feature. Learn how it can be used to create a brush stroke across your video. So enjoy the great tips in the video tutorial, “Painting with Motion.”

Apple Motion Video Tutorial

 

Here's more information on Stephen Smith's Creative COW Master Series DVD, "Money Making Graphics & Effects for Final Cut Studio."

 


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Comments

Re: Painting with Apple Motion
by Andie Moepse
Why does listening to this make me feel like a six year old... or someone with "special needs"??

Actually... BOTH.
Painting with Motion
by Bohemiann
Awesome, but, could you enunciate a bit. hehehe.
Painting with Motion
by Earman
Awesome video. Thank's dude.
Painting with Motion
by Jason_Richards
Dude, I love your FCP Kung Fu. I've been meaning to check out the paint functionality but I've been to busy with projects. Can't wait for your next stuff.
Painting with Motion
by Sexy Jexy
Excellent work! A great tutorial and put together with great editing and visual FX. Good job Steve.


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