- Applying a Speed Change
- Editing with Fit to Fill
- Creating and Changing Speed Segments
- Using the Speed Tool
- Applying a Freeze Frame Effect
- Exploring the Motion Effects Tab
- Zooming the Image View
- Sizing and Positioning an Image
- Rotating an Image
- Cropping and Distorting an Image
- Creating and Nesting Comps
- Copying and Pasting Motion Attributes
- Creating a Motion Path
- Modifying a Motion Path
- Creating Favorite Motion Effects
- What Youve Learned
Copying and Pasting Motion Attributes
As you saw in the previous lesson, in Final Cut Pro you can copy and paste clips and transitions from one location to another. You can also paste specific attributes, including motion attributes, from one clip to another. Remember that when you paste filter attributes into a clip, you are adding to whatever filters already exist in that clip. Speed and motion attributes are a little different in that they will completely replace any other speed or motion attributes.
Figure 10.54A FCP motion attributes (collapsed view)
Figure 10.54B Available clip motion attributes to paste with two selected
You can copy and paste FCP motion attributes from one clip to another using the Paste Attributes window. All of the motion effects attributes in the Viewer’s Motion tab can be copied and pasted. You can also paste speed attributes.
To copy and paste motion attributes:
- Copy the clip that has the attributes you want to use, or select the clip and press Command-C.
- Do one of the following:
Control-click the clip in which you want to paste the attributes and choose Paste Attributes from the shortcut menu.
Select a clip and press Option-V.
The Paste Attributes window appears, with a list of all the attributes that can be pasted.