Chris Fenwick: After Effects in an FCPX Workflow

May 23, 2018

If a client gives you a Photoshop document, what is the best way to ensure accuracy in an FCPX workflow? According to Chris Fenwick, you should use After Effects CC. Chris shows how to use Final Cut Pro X, After Effects, and Finder to make clean & consistent motion graphics.

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