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motion_icon.pngEditors who are diving into Motion for the first time are often surprised to find that Motion's "Project Settings" are somewhat more flexible than those in Final Cut Pro or their editing platform of choice.  While editing software depends on the idea that most of the footage in a sequence will be basically the same format -- cutting down on "render times" and simplifying final output -- motion graphics software composes each individual frame from scratch. 

Since motion graphics are generally made up of elements like still images, text, and effects systems, none of which necessarily fills a frame perfectly, you can reframe your motion graphics projects on the fly.  This is most commonly useful when you need to produce wide-format HD and 4:3 SD versions of similar assets.

Read on for a step-by-step example...
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