Mark Spencer is a bay-area based producer, editor, teacher and writer. 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. See Mark's tutorials.

Les, sorry for the delayed response, I\'m traveling on business. The short answer is that the end user can\'t turn that button off. I can do it but then it wouldn\'t be available for anyone after they...

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Ty, super easy. Just use a line shape, click to set points, add an arrow on the end, animate with the Write On behavior. Mark

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Chris do you mean by adding keyframes to the position parameter in FCP X? Those can be eased in the Viewer by right-clicking. No way to get around the compound clip approach because the title has to affect...

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Chris, I'm sorry, but that's the way the template works - It just has those 4 drop zones. Like you said, each time you add the transition, you basically shift each dropzone content over one by reassigning...

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Tim, that is correct, the dropzones are fixed at a 16:9 aspect ratio. It's not an easy thing to make that adjustable unfortunately. Mark

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AshLeigh, Yes you can do this. First, set the Active Steps to “3 to 1” so that the zoom in is into Step 1 (and add the content you want into the Step 2 drop zone) Next, select the two clips on either...

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No idea are you sure your iMac meets the minimum system requirements?

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Bonnie, you'd do pretty much what it says in the video, but using a square project format from FCP X with square-formatted video. Animate the camera to pull back from one video to reveal them all....

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Yes should be fine. I would hold off on Mojave for a bit but so far that seems ok too.

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