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Another great effect found within the Generators menu in Final Cut Pro is by using the Render category which gives you some interesting choices of background effects such as, clouds, custom gradients, noise, and the lens flare that I've used as an example below.

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You can experiment with all of them to see how they all work.  Also, you can experiment with each one's parameters to change size, color, and even keyframes.  You could create keyframes for colors to change over a specified amount of time.

backgrounds4.gif While some backgrounds animate themselves, static backgrounds can be keyframed to show them in motion.  In just a few simple steps you can turn dull backgrounds into something really cool.

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