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It is good to get into the habit of monitoring your Frames Per Second (FPS) when viewing playback in Motion.  FPS tells you how close to real time you are playing at.  It's easy to think that your timing is off if you don't notice that your FPS has dropped below 17.  Heavy compositing will cause low FPS. 

The FPS value is displayed during playback in the Status Bar.  RAM preview will allow real time viewing.  It is easy to not notice that you are playing at less than three quarter speed if you don't have any audio, which is why it is a good habit to constantly monitor the Frames Per Second.

fps.gifIf your FPS is not displayed during playback, there is a box you need to check in the appearance category of the Motion preferences.

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