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Final Cut Pro 101
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  • Student473312
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    Joined: Dec 2nd, 2020
    Distorted (Digital Noise?) images when importing .psd-file in FCPx
    Hello, I hope someone can give me advice on the following. I'm trying to do some animations on a painting using a .psd-file and animating the different layers. I've used the mask effect from FCPx before but the background figures are to much visible, so I used the Photoshop approach. However, when I import the .psd-file it gives distortion or digital noise on the layers that I've worked on in Photoshop. The photoshopfile is a large file but I need to zoom in on the picture so i can't reduce it. Does anyone know what is going on here and how to fix it, so I can animate the layers? Thx J Ps: Tried it on a MacbookPro 2011 (High Sierra) and 2019 (Big Sur)
  • Joe A
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    Joined: Oct 1st, 2013
    Re: Distorted (Digital Noise?) images when importing .psd-file in FCPx
    Hi J - I'm an audio guy myself, but I've linked one of our FCPX courses to this thread [above] -- hopefully a FCP user/guru will have some advice to offer.. I also found these pages in Apple FCPX Support about importing and working with layered graphic files [like .psd] -- they mention several considerations for dealing with the layers, so maybe there'll there'll be something useful in there:
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