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LiveType and Final Cut Pro

Within Final Cut Pro, LiveType projects behave as any other clips. Being able to import LiveType project files directly into FCP allows you to bypass the need to create a Quicktime file before you import. With this being said, whenever you place a LiveType file in the timeline, you will still have to render those parts of your sequence.

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It is very simple to import a LiveType Project into Final Cut Pro:

- Chose File > Import and find the LiveType project you with to import

OR

- Drag a LiveType project file directly into the FCP browser from the Finder. The project file will appear as a clip in the FCP browser.

If you want to find out more about the inner-workings of LiveType, click the highlighted selection.

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