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Motion 4 - Technical Specifications

to sparkles, fire, smoke, and more Animate particles in 3D space with “Face-Camera” control Apply multiple objects or video clips as emitters Apply additive blend mode for intense glowing results Animate emitters and cells independently Save newly created particles in the Library for reuse in other projects Choose between point, line, rectangle, circle, box, sphere , and more for emitter shapes Control birth rate, life, speed, angle, spin, scale, and gradient colors for particle cells Scale particles over...

Final Cut Studio 2: Motion 3 - Technical Specifications

presets for easy access to sparkles, fire, smoke, and more •Animate particles in 3D space with "Face-Camera" control •Apply multiple objects or video clips as emitters •Apply additive blend mode for intense glowing results •Animate emitters and cells independently •Save newly created particles in the Library for reuse in other projects •Choose between point, line, rectangle, circle, box, sphere , and more for emitter shapes •Control birth rate, life, speed, angle, spin, scale, and gradient colors...

Create a Tiny Planet effect in Final Cut Pro X and Motion

You can use the Tiny Planet setting on 360° clips in a standard non-360° project to create a "tiny planet" effect. The setting converts the entire 360° sphere to a stereographic projection mapped onto a flat plane. Add 360° clips to a standard rectilinear Final Cut Pro project. Select the 360° clip in the timeline. Choose Window > Show in Workspace > Inspector (or press Command–4), then click to show the Video inspector. Scroll down to the Orientation section, click the Mapping pop-up menu...

Add a shape mask to a stereoscopic 360° clip in Final Cut Pro X

Make sure the shape mask doesn't extend beyond any edge of the 360° clip. If it does, the 360° sphere won’t appear seamless when viewed with a VR headset or in the 360° Viewer. Select the clip in the project timeline, then choose Edit > Copy. With the clip still selected, choose Edit > Paste Attributes, then select the color correction for the shape mask under Effects. Make sure to deselect all other checkboxes in the window. Click Paste. A copy of the color correction with the shape mask...

Motion 5.1.1 - User Guide