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Ripple Training - Motion 5 Rigging & Publishing for Final Cut Pro X
Ripple Training - Motion 5: Rigging & Publishing for Final Cut Pro X
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Motion 5: Rigging & Publishing Titles, Transitions, Effects & Generators for Final Cut Pro X was designed for users who are already fluent in Motion 4 or 5. As an intermediate level tutorial, it assumes you are comfortable with Motion's user interface and the basic process of compositing and animating in Motion. It also assumes you have a basic working understanding of Final Cut Pro X's interface and compositing features.

This tutorial focuses two specific aspect of Motion 5 - Rigging and Publishing. If you are a Motion graphics designer, animator, visual effects artist or Final Cut Pro editor who is interested in creating custom titles, transitions, effects and generators for the Final Cut Pro X users, then this tutorial is right up your alley. Users who are new to Motion 5 should purchase Motion 5 Fast Forward before working through this tutorial.

Contents:

Introduction to Rigging & Publishing

Introduction to Rigging & Publishing Titles, Transitions, Effects & Generators for Final Cut Pro X

Rigging & Publishing Titles Part 1

The Motion Interface
Title Project Elements
Designing a Simple Title
Saving a Title Template
Locating Custom Titles in Final Cut Pro
Where Motion Projects are Stored
Applying & Modifying Titles in Final Cut Pro
Publishing Parameters
Updating Titles in Final Cut Pro
Unpublishing Parameters
Animating the Title
Using Build In and Build Out Markers
Creating a Preview Movie
Rigging Widgets

Rigging & Publishing Titles Part 2

Adding Parameters to a Rig
Creating Snapshots
Rigging - Key Concept #1
Rigging - Key Concept #2
Renaming Rigged Parameters
Publishing a Widget
Creating Dispaly Aspect Ratio Snapshots
Rigging - Key Concept #3

Rigging & Publishing Titles Part 3

Creating Selectable Backgrounds
Project Breakdown
Rigging the Background Textures
Time Saving Tips for Rigging Pop-Up Menus
Publishing the Widget
Viewing the Rigged Backgrounds in Final Cut Pro
Rigging Color Options
Using a Checkbox Widget
Testing Rigged Colors in Final Cut Pro
Rigging Keyframed Animation
Publishing Rigged Parameters

Rigging & Publishing Titles Part 4

Publishing Drop Zones
Rigging Color Themes
Using Stored Color for Themes
Viewing Color Themes in Final Cut Pro

Rigging & Publishing Transitions Part 1

Transition Placeholders
Keys to Designing a Transition Template
Creating the Transition
Overriding Transition Duration
Applying Transitions in Final Cut Pro

Rigging & Publishing Transitions Part 2

Adding a Drop Zone to a Transition
Transition Drop Zone Types
Media Source Drop Zones in Final Cut Pro
Updating Transitions in Final Cut Pro
Timeline Pin Drop Zones in Final Cut Pro
Rigging the Drop Zone
Using the Checkbox Widget

Rigging & Publishing Transitions Part 3

Adding a Replicated Drop Zone
Rigging the Project
Creating a 4:3 Display Aspect Ratio (DARS)
Testing the Rigged Transition in Final Cut Pro

Rigging & Publishing Effects Part 1

Effect Project Content
Adding Content to a Placeholder
Creating a Simple "Look" Effect
Publishing with Placeholder Content
Applying Effects in Final Cut Pro
Rigging the Effect
Clearing Placeholder Content
Replacing Effects in Final Cut Pro

Rigging & Publishing Effects Part 2

Project Breakdown
Understanding the Slider Widget
Rigging the Slider Widget
Modifying Snapshot Interpolation
Apply the Rigged Effect in Final Cut Pro
Keyframing the Slider Widget in Final Cut Pro
Adjusting Keyframed Widgets in Final Cut Pro

Rigging & Publishing Effects Part 3

Creating a Flicker Effect
Scaling Effects in Final Cut Pro
Using the Project Loop End Marker
Rigging the Slider Widget

Rigging & Publishing Generators Part 1

Generators vs. Motion Projects
Generator Uses
Designing the Generator
Rigging the Generator
The Impact of Not Planning Ahead
Applying the Generator in Final Cut Pro
Compositing a Title over a Generator

Rigging & Publishing Generators Part 2

Project Breakdown
Rigging the Generator
Duplicating Rigged Objects
Publishing Additional Parameters
Renaming and Reordering Published Parameters
Using the Rigged Generator in Final Cut Pro
Retiming a Video Clip
Using Multiple Motion Templates

Rigging & Publishing Generators Part 3

Regular Motion Projects
Working with Older Motion Projects
Saving a Motion 4 Project as a Generator
Using the Generator in Final Cut Pro
Publishing Drop Zones
Your Turn to Rig the Project
Conclusion

Minimum System Requirements for Viewing Tutorials (Mac)

Mac OS X version 10.5 or Higher
2 GHz Intel Core Duo Processor or Better
1 GB or more of RAM
16 MB of VRAM
iTunes 9 or later
QuickTime 7.6.6 or later
DVD ROM drive for Burning Backups
1280 x 800 screen size or better

Minimum System Requirements for Viewing Tutorials (Win)

32 Bit Editions of Windows XP Service Pack 2 or Vista
32 Bit Editions of Windows Vista or Windows 7
2 GHz Intel Core Duo Processor or Better
1 GB or more of RAM (2 GB Recommended)
DirectX 9.0 Compatible Video Card with 32MB of VRAM
QuickTime Compatible Audio Card
iTunes 9 or later
QuickTime 7.6.6 or later
Supported DVD-R Drive for Burning Backups
1280 x 800 screen size or better

Ripple Training - Motion 5 Rigging & Publishing for Final Cut Pro X


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