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Lesson 15. Adding Titles and Graphics

Lesson 15. Adding Titles and Graphics

Lesson FilesLesson 15 Project
MediaMotocross > Racing and Team Story folders; Graphics folder
TimeThis lesson takes approximately 90 minutes to complete.
GoalsCreate text edits
Control text options
Superimpose a title
Create a lower third
Create animated text edits
Work with multilayered graphic files
Add motion effects to text
Work with Boris text


No matter how simple or complex a sequence is, adding text, titles, and graphics makes it seem complete. In Final Cut Pro, titles—along with other items such as color mattes and color bars—are generated within the application. You can add titles to your project for a number of purposes and in a number of ways. For example, you can create stand-alone title clips for simple slates or a production title card before your sequence even begins. Or you can add text on top of existing sequence clips to identify a person, place, or thing. There are specialty text effects you can use, such as placing an image inside of text letters. And most projects require either an opening or a closing title and a credit roll of some type.


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