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In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe goes into depth about the File Browser, Library and the Inspector, and shows you a great, almost hidden tool called the HUD, that you are going to be using probably more than the Inspector itself!



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Re: Tutorial: Learn Apple's Motion: Lesson 2 - File Browser and Library
by Tony Brittan
Oops! Sorry, I see it.

Tony Brittan
Island Shore Productions
Kill Devil Hills, NC
Re: Tutorial: Learn Apple's Motion: Lesson 2 - File Browser and Library
by Tony Brittan
Nice. Do you have a link to the first lesson?

Tony Brittan
Island Shore Productions
Kill Devil Hills, NC


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