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Title slides - animated transitions - what program to use?


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I'm pretty much a video editing noob. I have the basics down using Premier and Final Cut...importing video, editing, inserting transitions and title slides. But now I want to take it to the next level. I want to create animated title slides to put in my videos. Where do I begin? What program should I use? I have Final Cut Studio 3, so I would like to use that program as much as I can. (Of course I have to learn first...I understand that).

Do you create the slides in another program, render the video and drop in the videos?

This is an example of what I am trying to create
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Any input your guys could provide would be grealy appreciated.

Thanks!
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With FCS3, you'll use motion and/or Livetype. You'll want to find some tutorials on how to use those tools effectively tho as they can be a challenge to get exactly what you want.

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