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Using Final Cut Pro X with Adobe After Effects

Whether you collaborate with motion graphics artists, compositors, or wear different hats yourself, today’s editors frequently need to combine the power of FCPX with Adobe After Effects. This session will show you smart workflows for working between these powerful applications.

  • Why use After Effects with Final Cut Pro X?
  • How to send a clip, series of clips, or an entire project from FCPX to After Effects
  • How to bring a finished piece from After Effects back to FCPX
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Date: November 17, 2015
$9.99
Presenter
Wes Plate is a freelance editor and After Effects user. He is also the President and cofounder of Automatic Duck, Inc., a company that for many years specialized in the translation of timelines between different NLE and compositing systems.