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From iMovie to Final Cut Pro X by Tom Wolsky

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Lesson 11Animating Images

Final Cut Pro has considerable capabilities for animating images, allowing you to move them around the screen, resize, crop, rotate, and distort them at will. All of these properties can be animated, which allows you to enhance your productions and create exciting, interesting, and artistic scenes.

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One more time, let’s begin by preparing the material that you’ll need. For this lesson we’ll use the FCPX9 library. If you haven’t downloaded the material you will need to get it from the eResources tab of the www.routledge.com/products/9781138209978 web page.

Start by opening the FCPX9 library, which has an event called Motion and a project called Motion. Inside the event, you’ll see the media we’re going ...

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