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Final Cut Pro X: Making the Transition by Larry Jordan

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11. Titles and Text

Titles are what you use to add text to your Projects. And Final Cut Pro has more than 150 animated titles to choose from, in a number of categories.

This chapter shows you how to find, apply, modify, and delete titles. Along the way, I’ll show you how to create commonly used titles for your own Projects.

Title Basics

If Browsers are new to you, read Chapter 10 to learn how to use a Browser.

The Titles Browser is part of the Browser buttons on the right side of the Toolbar. To open it, either click the letter T icon, which is the symbol for this Browser, or create a custom keyboard shortcut in the Commands Editor (Figure 11.1). Inside are more than 150 animated titles, grouped into six categories displayed on the left.

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