How to Use Drop Zones: Part 2

Drop Zones can be powerful time-saving tools in Final Cut Pro. This video is part 2 in my series on using Drop Zones in templates.

It demonstrates how to work with multiple drop zones in one template, how to add photos to a drop zone, and how to change placeholder text.

I hope the information helps!

What? Another Surprise Giveaway?!?

Yes, it’s true. I’m giving away another surprise download, and this one is even bigger than the last one.

Watch this video:

To register for your free “Light Overlays” download, simply fill out this form and click “Subscribe”:

    After you submit your information and confirm, you’ll receive an email with the download link.

    Enjoy, and I hope you get plenty of use from them! :)

    Oh, and if you know someone who might benefit from these as well, please feel free to forward this page to them, or share on Facebook or Twitter, etc.

    A little surprise for you… :)

    Here’s a little surprise for you…

    This is a small bundle of three different animation loops which you can use directly inside Final Cut Pro.

    They’re seamless loops so you can make them as long or short as you want in your Final Cut Pro projects, and they show up in the Generators browser so you can just drag them into your projects as needed.

    Click here to download the free animation loop bundle. (about 443 MB)

    Oh, and the animations are 4K so they’ll work in projects of any size up to 4K.

    The installation instructions are just like other themes. If you need a refresher on how to install them, check out this video for instructions on installing themes.

    (An instructional video is also included inside the download).

    Anyway, enjoy the animation loops!