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Final Cut Pro X: April 2012 Archives

If you are a Final Cut Pro X user, you may find that certain built-in effects and generators are fairly limited in terms of parameters that you can adjust.

For example, the built-in gradient generator doesn't allow you to change colors.

Well, the fix is simple. This tutorial requires that you have Motion 5 installed.  If you have Motion 5, you can make changes to any built-in effect within Final Cut Pro X.  You can then create new effects with all the parameters and adjustments that you need.

Check out this short tutorial on how to publish new parameters within Final Cut Pro X by using Motion 5.

Click on the title of this blog for the full tutorial.
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This page is a archive of entries in the Final Cut Pro X category from April 2012.

Final Cut Pro X: February 2012 is the previous archive.

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