Customizing Final Cut Pro X Tools

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Bill Davis demonstrates how to use Motion to customize effects and titles that are built into Final Cut Pro X. The tutorial shows how to add a keyframe parameter for kerning a Basic Title effect. Bill highlights how to save custom effects so they travel with the project instead of just being saved locally.

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