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When bringing a Photoshop file (psd) into Final Cut Pro, the file will import as a sequence. The layers will be nested as a sequence when placed into another sequence. What this means is that you can double click on the Photoshop file, and it will open as it's own sequence, with each layer occupying it's own track. This gives you the ablity to animate the individual layers. In the case of the psd in the example below, the text layers all come onscreen from different directions, and the other elements all dissolve on over 10 frames on a 5 frame stagger.

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Personally I would have  deleted the text layers, and placed a LiveType file overtop. Click here for more information on using Photoshop files in Final Cut Pro.

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