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MPV Free Stuff: 10 Terrific Titles for Final Cut Pro X
Iain Anderson on Sun, September 11th | 5 comments
Final Cut Pro X comes bundled with some useful titles. If you want to roll your own, you can use Motion 5. Save yourself the work and download these FREE Titles for FCP X, created by Iain Anderson!

Everyone loves getting free gifts and all of us love to meet other like-minded people... So, to celebrate the Fourth Annual Amsterdam FCPUG Supermeet (the ideal place for video professionals to get together) we've got some awesome FCP X titles to giveaway for free! 


10 FCP X Titles for free? 

Yes! Iain Anderson, Apple Certified Trainer, editor, animator, designer, developer and titles & effects maestro, has created 10 FCP X Titles exclusively for The macProVideo.com Hub! After installing this title pack, you'll be able to use and edit them directly in FCP X. To get further under the hood you can even open and edit them in Motion 5!

Take a look at some of the titles from this free pack in action:


How To Install For Owners Of FCP X and Motion
If you have Motion 5 and FCP X installed on your Mac it's very, very easy:

  1. Double-click on the MPV Title Pack 1.zip to extract it.
  2. In a separate Finder window, open your home directory, then Movies, then Motion Templates, then Titles.
  3. Drag a copy of the folder "MacProVideo.com" to the Titles folder you just opened.
  4. Launch FCP X and you'll find the folder and the free titles in the Titles browser.

How To Install For Owners Of FCP X Only
If you DO NOT have Motion 5 installed on your Mac you won't have the correct folder structure. You can create it in just a couple of extra steps:

  1. Double-click on the MPV Title Pack 1.zip to extract it.
  2. In a separate Finder window, open your home directory, then Movies.
  3. Look in the "Installation help" folder, then drag a copy of the enclosed "Motion Templates" to the Movies folder you just opened.
  4. In your Movies folder, open Motion Templates, then Titles.
  5. Drag a copy of the folder "MacProVideo.com" to the Titles folder you just opened.
  6. Launch FCP X and you'll find the folder and the free titles in the Titles browser.

Download

Download The Hub FCP X Title Pack 1.3 Here (Updated)



To learn more check out the entire range of Motion 5 tutorials and Final Cut Pro X tutorials by Michael Wohl. You can learn the specifics on animating text in Motion 5 with this tutorial below:


Animating Text in Motion 5 by Michael Wohl

Motion 5 103 - Animating Text by Michael Wohl



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  • ChrisJ
    nice...however the mirror one looks a bit wrong, shouldn't the bottom image be the other way round? ie sky nearest, beach farthest?
    • 7 years ago
    • By: ChrisJ
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  • Ridadoe
    Oops. You're right, of course. :) I've fallen into that classic "cheap reflection" trap. Easy to fix, and I'll see what I can do to get it fixed soon.
    • 7 years ago
    • By: Ridadoe
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  • Pymebai
    Thanks for this title pack. They will be really useful.
    • 7 years ago
    • By: Pymebai
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  • igarti
    Crushed for all that !! Thanks
    • 7 years ago
    • By: igarti
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  • Ray
    Anyone know how to put created fonts or titles into a folder with the proper name of the title showing in the edit prgm. and not just coming up with the "T" and a number. I have alot of fonts specific to individuals and wld like their names to show in either the event library or the created area. Anyone know a trick or two? tnsk Cheers Ray
    • 5 years ago
    • By: Ray
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