Check out the whole article over at Pro Video Coalition.
As a nice suprise, Motion 5 and Compressor 4 are also available for 49.99 each (which for Motion is a steal!) All three are available to download on the app store.
We’ll be spending all day figuring the ins and the outs of FCPX and hopefully we’ll have more to report as everything moves forward.
Until then check out all the info over at Apple.com
If you’re looking to get a better grasp on Motion, GeniusDV posted another nice tutorial. These may seem like a easy skills, but what I like best is how they create simple tutorials that show the very base tools you can use for more elaborate animations. Motion has some strange in and outs, so its nice to see someone running the ship and showing the ropes. It’s a great starting point if you’re planning on jumping into animating with Motion.
Take a look at their site for more tutorials.
Here’s something we shot this morning while waiting for the courier to arrive for a package. We used the 1000fps Motion Optical Flow retiming technique from our recent tutorial (check it out here.)
It’s actually yerba mate, not tea technically?
Canon 60d with Tokina 11-16mm f2.8 1/1600 @59.94fps for outdoor slow-mo footage and Canon 35mm f2.0 1/50 @23.98fps for indoor footage.
Slow-mo retimed to 1000fps using Apple Motion. Graded with FCP. Titles created with CrumplePop LowerThirds.
Interested in learning how to created this effect? Check out our tutorial video explaining how to achieve the 1000fps slow-mo.
Music by Jed at CrumplePop.
GeniusDV posted another wonderful Motion tutorial. This time, they tackle how to create an exploding text effect. Check it out above.