MacVoices #16130: Wes Plate of Automatic Duck on Sending Final Cut X Projects to Motion

Wes Plate  of Automatic Duck  recreates a lost conversation from NAB by telling us about their upcoming  Xsend Motion, a tool that translate Final Cut X timelines to Motion. By preserving position, scale, opacity, blending modes as well as titles and many third-party effects, your timeline opens in Motion, ready to take advantage of its superior key framing and compositing. Wes also discusses the history of Automatic Duck as well as their other products.

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Wes Plate is an editor and founder of Automatic Duck. You can follow him on Twitter.