It's back to basics again in this episode of MacBreak Studio. Mark and Steve take a look at using behaviors to animate an object instead of keyframes.
It might be NAB time, but Steve and Mark are still cranking out the tutorials. This week they look at how to copy keyframes in Motion.
Motion as a graphics tool is very powerful when using behaviors, but there are times when objects need to be keyframed. This new episode of MacBreak Studio is all about keyframing.
In this new episode of MacBreak Studio, our regular team of Steve Martin and Mark Spencer demonstrate coupling item controls together using the link parameter behavior. Especially handy when publishing parameters to Final Cut Pro X.
Now we are not going to take full credit for Mark & Steve making a tutorial on growing vines, but people did ask for exactly that in our comments section a while ago. So read on if you want to find out how to make your virtual vineyard grow, you asked for it!
Motion by default will have fixed resolution toggled on for objects that get imported into the Media Browser. But when should you turn this option off and when is it beneficial to leave it set to fixed?
The guys from MacBreak Studio are back and this time they are doing requests. A move on from the normal show & tell, in this episode they build a scoreboard in Motion 5
The latest $29.99 tutorial from Ripple Training is for filmmakers who want to build impressive looking end credits in Motion 5. So if your next production needs a Tarantino style credit section, this could be for you. Coupon code included.
We're sure this new short tutorial from the MacBreak Studio guys will open a lot of creative possibilities by showing readers how to use shapes and masks and their conversion in Motion.
There's a lot more to Motion than just building tiltles for FCPX. In this new episode of MacBreak Studio, Mark Spencer and Steve Martin build custom brushes to paint with.
Mark Spencer and Steve Martin return with another edition of MacBreak Studio, this time they take Motion 5 for a spin.
The tracker in Motion is good, but there are times when it just can't cope with a complex move. In this new episode of Macbreak Studio, the third party planar tracking application Mocha comes to the rescue.
Edgar Rothermich's graphically enhanced manuals for Final Cut Pro X and Compressor have been hugely successful. He's now published a Motion5 manual that uses his graphic way of illustrating how an app works.