WORKS WITH MOTION 5 but Final Cut Pro X don't have the good old "Send to Motion" command.
Workaround is to export your Clip (ProRes 422 HQ for best quality) and than manually import in Motion5.
Software: Final Cut Pro 7 and Motion 4 / 5
You learn how to:
• Setup posterization effect in Final Cut
• Creating masks in Apple Motion
• Build up a realistic TS-Effekt in less time
• Speed color grading in Final Cut
Checkout the full clip on: vimeo.com/7591054
Frankfurt | Tilt Shift. Canon 5DmkII
Download the Raw-Clip for practice:
Shot on Canon EOS 5D MkII @ 30 fps
Lens: Canon 24-75mm f/2.8
Music: Oslodum by DJ Dolores
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