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Check out this Apple Motion tutorial on how to create an audio driven animation.  This is a fantastic way to add audio interaction to particles, emitters, or waveforms based on beat detection within your audio file.

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Here's a great Final Cut Pro video tutorial on how to hand-track a blur filter to cover up a person's face or object.

The particular effect is designed for a quick work-around for those who need to track a person's face, or perhaps a license plate of a car.  It's down and dirty, but yet does the job.  For automatic motion tracking, you can certainly use Apple Motion.  However, I think you'd find it's probably easier to create the effect manually within Final Cut Pro.

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Here's a video tutorial on how to create a motion effect in Final Cut Pro that bounces back and forth at a particular point in time.

In case you've taken notice. Avid's new Spectra Matte keyer allows for incredibly accurate keys with minimal adjustment.  You can even create the 'Pleasantville Effect' using the SpectraMatte keyer.

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