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I went to their support page and it seems it can export HEVC Codec. There are instructions there on how to do this as well. If you have any questions, please let us know.
Does Lumaforge allow you to create masks from Luma Mattes? This way we export 2 videos, one of the animation as is and second of a Luma Matte. Then we create a mask with a Luma Matte.
Thank you for the reminder.
From what I understand that is set to transparent as default when we first install Motion. But I could be wrong.
What we can do is export the video as Apple ProRes 4444 with Color + Alpha selected.
Here is a short video explaining what I mean: files.deyson.com/xBXfzl8
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Also, please be sure to check out my blog post on the best places to find free templates for Final Cut Pro:
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I had created an article on how to get newer Motion projects to work in older Motion versions. There are two different ways, I recommend the updated new way as it is quicker and easier. Please let me know if you have any questions.
It can be done. But depending on the complexity of the original template it may take some work and maybe some rigs may need to be reset.
Another option is to create a project or Event in Final Cut pro and call name it as a template. We can then copy and paste the elements into our new timeline.
Please let me know what you think.
From what I understand PSD layers are turned into images when imported into Motion.
This is something that has been requested in Affinity and Vectornator. My advice is to either create the imagery fully in Motion or do all the creation, outlines, fills, etc in the designer App you use.
Also, we started a Feature request for Shape Exports in Vectornator: feedback.vectornator.io/posts/699/export...R6JejcBau1qLPpBCQVrE
Please share a screenshot of what you mean locked.
Also, you may want to contact the developer's support directly to see if it used other tools other than Motion. It may have used other tools as FCPX Guru explained above.