Final Cut Pro X – Motion integration?

If you take a very close look at the second part of Emmanuel Pampuri’s recording of Apple’s sneak peak of Final Cut Pro X, you’ll see a few frames hinting at integration with Motion – or a much more advanced titling system:

Click each frame for elements in context:

A few frames before the title marked ‘Audi Lower Third’

A white line, a thicker red line and a cross-hatched line appear.


More of the cross-hatched line is drawn.


A thicker white line is drawn.

A few frames later, the rest of a white rectangle is drawn with text added on top – possibly lined up with with tab stops.

The title fades – the fade must be built into the title as there is no sign of a fade in the UI.

In a few weeks this post will be out of date, but for now, this demonstrates that the titling in Final Cut Pro X is likely to be at least as good as version 7.

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2 comments
  1. Scott Simmons said:

    ” this demonstrates that the titling in Final Cut Pro X is likely to be at least as good as version 7.”

    Well I certainly hope so as FCP 7’s titling sucks! You really don’t have to do much to be better.

  2. I think it’s more indication of good title templates in FCP X. There is an animated titles button in the tool set and that shows as a title in the timeline image.

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