Hey guys Danny Rubio here and today I want to begin the first of many posts discussing Motion– a powerful motion graphic application built by Apple and why it’s a hidden gem in 2020.
I’ve been an Apple Motion since I got Final Cut. When I first got it, I used it on occasion to tweak some base templates here and there. Like many I felt it lacked when compared to After Effects. I was wrong I have found that Motion is an amazing motion graphics tool that allows me flexibility in creating custom titles, transitions, and animations.
Over the coming weeks I will be teaching you how you can learn to use Motion even if you’re not a final cut user in your video productions.
- Base understanding of the program
- How to use the free assets already included
- How to think in Behaviors
- Publishing to Final Cut
- Publish for other NLE’s
My hope is to help you realize that this low-cost app is more powerful that you realize, and you can use it to up your production value.