Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: http://bit.ly/MMASurgeEp1 Final Cut Pro X ships with numerous effects, titles, transitions and generators, nearly all of which were created in Motion, which is a behavior-driven motion graphics application that allows you to create stunning imaging effects for a wide variety of broadcast, video and film projects. To get started with adding?Titles?to your Final Cut Pro X project, first click on the text symbol that's located in the bar that separates the?Viewer?from the?Timeline.? This will reveal the Titles window. Click and drag on the type of Title you want to add and drop it on the Timeline. Double-click on the Title in the Timeline to open the?Inspector?window to the right of the Viewer. The Inspector has four tabs:?Title,?Text,?Video?and?Info.? Each of these tabs comes with a number of options you can choose from. The Text tab is important, because this is the tab you would use to change the text that appears in your Title.? You can also change the?Font,?Size,?Alignment?and?Line Spacing, among a few other things. To change the color of the text, reveal the options located under Face.? In the Video tab, you can choose various options under Effects, Compositing and Color, as well as Transform and Crop.? You can even change the color settings of the title according to the color in the video itself. Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/courses/master-final-cut-pro-x/adding-audio-and-visuals/titles//
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