Some people use Final Cut Pro X templates as they are. Other people like to customize them like crazy and really make them “their own”.
For example, sometimes we need to change the colors. Maybe we need the color to match a logo, or maybe we need the colors to better match the mood of the video.
Whatever the reason, we need to have control over the colors in a template. Sometimes that can be a simple thing, and sometimes it can be pretty complex. It depends on the way the template is structured.
In this video, I demonstrate how you can customize colors in templates.
This video demonstrates how to install a Final Cut Pro X theme into the proper folders.
Sometimes you don’t want to work with drop zones directly in Final Cut Pro X. Maybe you need to do some serious customization of the drop zone (that you can’t do in FCPX).
Or maybe you have an older version of Final Cut Pro X and the theme doesn’t work in it (but it DOES work in Motion).
This video demonstrates how you might customize drop zones in Motion directly.
By the way, the theme in this video is from my Final Cut Pro X theme bundle #2.
I hope you find it helpful!
This video introduces the basics of using titles from my new Final Cut Pro X themes.
If you make videos, there’s a high possibility that you would benefit from using templates and themes in Final Cut Pro X.
I thought of eight reasons to use templates, and I’ll briefly share them with you.
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