- The Anatomy of a Replicator
- Setting up a Final Cut Title Motion Project
- About Replicators
- Creating Your First Replicator
- Using the Replicator/Adjust Item Tool
- Adjusting the Replicator in the Canvas
- Adjusting the Replicator in the HUD
- Adjusting the Replicator in the Inspector
Replicators are Motion's secret weapon. With them, you can instantly create patterns of repeating graphic elements such as text, logos, photos, vector artwork and even video that would typically require tedious duplication and repositioning of elements in the Canvas. When used in conjunction with Motion's powerful Sequence Replicator Behavior, you can "choreograph" the parameters of your replicated elements (scale, position, rotation and opacity) to create dramatic arrays of cascading imagery.
Mastering Replicators in Motion is presented in 19 individual lessons with a running time of 2 hours. The tutorial also includes project and media files for following along in Motion 5. Each lesson focuses on building fundamental skills for generating, modifying and animating Replicators to create amazing visual effects and motion graphics. As you work through the lessons, you'll create and animate lower thirds, transitions, star fields, arrows, 3D text, a photo flip book, a deck of cards and a video filmstrip - all using Motion's amazing and versatile Replicator.Buy iTunes/iPad Edition $49.99
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Mark Spencer is a bay-area based producer, editor, teacher and writer. He runs a website dedicated to Motion users (www.applemotion.net). Mark is also an Apple-certified instructor for Final Cut Pro X and Motion 5 and the author or coauthor of 5 books on Motion, including the Apple Pro Training Series Motion 5, all from Peachpit Press.