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Motion

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By Apple (Apple Inc.)

Designed for video editors, Motion is a powerful motion graphics tool that makes it easy to create cinematic 2D and 3D titles, fluid transitions, and realistic effects in real time.

2D and 3D Titles 
• Build 3D titles from scratch, design them with easy-to-use templates, or instantly convert any existing 2D title to 3D
• Easily create beautiful titles that you can animate with drag-and-drop behaviors and intuitive text animation tools
• Choose from a large collection of text styles to create stunning designs in one click
• Customize 3D titles to create endless looks with over 90 Apple-designed 3D materials including various metal, wood, and stone surfaces 
• Vector-based characters scale, skew, and rotate with pristine sharpness, while the modern engine in Motion lets you design in real-time
• Quickly animate text on or off the screen by choosing from more than 100 behaviors, including Type On and Blur Out
• Save any title and access it directly in Final Cut Pro

Motion Graphics for Final Cut Pro
• Customize Final Cut Pro titles, effects, and transitions by opening them in Motion
• Build stunning 2D and 3D compositions with more than 1900 royalty-free Apple-designed elements
• Make adjustments to any parameter during playback and instantly see results
• Create Smart Motion Templates with any combination of single parameters and rigs, which let you control a group of parameters with a simple slider, pop-up menu, or checkbox in Final Cut Pro
• Use the intuitive keyframe tools in Motion for precise control of the timing and position of all the elements in your animation

Stunning Effects
• Choose from more than 230 behaviors for natural-looking motion without programming
• Track a moving object in a video clip with the point tracking and match move feature
• Create an accurate chroma key in a single step with the Keying filter
• Use SmoothCam to eliminate camera jitters and image stabilization to smooth bumpy shots
• Create your own paintbrushes and 3D strokes or use one of 140 brush presets
• Design your own particle emitters or choose from 200 presets for real-world effects such as smoke and sparkles
• Choose a circle or rectangle mask or use the bezier and freehand mask tools to quickly draw and adjust control points for rotoscoping
• Harness a thriving ecosystem of third-party FxPlug plug-ins with custom interfaces for tasks like advanced tracking, color correction, and more

Effortless 3D
• Transition from 2D to 3D space by adding a camera or cameras to any 2D project
• Set up realistic shadows that animate dynamically with the movement of cameras and lights
• Track objects or groups of objects with drag-and-drop ease by applying the Camera Framing behavior
• Selectively define focus as an object moves in 3D space
• Turn any shape, video plane, or paint stroke into a reflective surface in 3D space

Breakthrough Speed, Quality, and Output 
• GPU optimizations to speed up playback and rendering, with dual-GPU support for blazing performance on Mac Pro
• Import wide color images, view them on supported Mac computers, and then export in standard Rec. 709 or wide Rec. 2020 color space 
• 64-bit architecture supports deeper, multilayered effects for use in Final Cut Pro
• Export projects to Apple devices and publish directly to popular websites such as Vimeo and YouTube
• Deliver ProRes 4444 video for uncompressed quality at reduced file sizes 
• Send to Compressor to access advanced options for custom encoding

System Requirements: OS X 10.11.4 or later, 4GB of RAM (8GB recommended for 4K editing and 3D titles), OpenCL-capable graphics card or Intel HD Graphics 3000 or later, 256MB of VRAM (1GB recommended for 4K editing and 3D Titles), 4.8GB of disk space (3.6GB app, 1.2GB supplemental content). 

Some features require Internet access; fees may apply. Blu-ray recorder required for burning Blu-ray discs.

Release Notes

4/26/2017 | Version : 5.3.2 | Size : 2.1 GB
• Fill filter lets you quickly fill an entire layer without requiring a separate layer and mask
• Missing plug-ins are identified correctly when opening a project
• Midtones are represented accurately when using the Color Balance filter
• Improves stability when scaling shapes from or to zero
• Improves stability when working with duplicated rigged filters and behaviors
• Fixes a stability issue that could occur when using keyboard shortcuts while a keyframe is selected in the Keyframe Editor
• Improves stability when moving the cursor across markers during playback

Introduced in Version 5.3
• Redesigned dark interface puts the focus on your motion graphics
• Updated arrangement of icons streamlines the Motion interface
• Window layouts are now optimized for portable Mac computers and desktop displays
• Images are now viewable in wide color on supported Mac computers and external displays
• Import, edit, and deliver video in standard Rec. 709 or in wide Rec. 2020 color spaces
• Support for the Touch Bar on MacBook Pro lets you easily adjust key attributes like kerning and text color
• Timeline overview in the Touch Bar lets you view your entire project at a glance and navigate with touch
• Improved Link behavior lets you link attributes such as width and height to drive animation automatically
• New Align To behavior lets you easily connect and animate multiple objects without keyframing
• Improved environment reflection controls allow for more realistic 3D text rendering with anisotropy, which changes the appearance of an object based on angle of view
• More realistic brushed metal surfaces enhance 3D text
• Improved performance when playing and adjusting 3D text
• New arrow cursor shape
• Support for Stickers format when exporting image sequences
• Additional Stickers project templates
• Support for Live Photos
• Play Selection command

2/15/2017 | Version : 5.3.1 | Size : 2.2 GB
• Improves stability when using multiple camera behaviors
• Improves performance when exporting H.264 files and changing frame rate
• Fixes a stability issue when using the Timecode text generator
• Fixes a stability issue when the cursor rolls over markers during playback
• Fixes a stability issue when using the nudge keyframe shortcut

Introduced in Version 5.3
• Redesigned dark interface puts the focus on your motion graphics
• Updated arrangement of icons streamlines the Motion interface
• Window layouts are now optimized for portable Mac computers and desktop displays
• Images are now viewable in wide color on supported Mac computers and external displays
• Import, edit, and deliver video in standard Rec. 709 or in wide Rec. 2020 color spaces
• Support for the Touch Bar on MacBook Pro lets you easily adjust key attributes like kerning and text color
• Timeline overview in the Touch Bar lets you view your entire project at a glance and navigate with touch
• Improved Link behavior lets you link attributes such as width and height to drive animation automatically
• New Align To behavior lets you easily connect and animate multiple objects without keyframing
• Improved environment reflection controls allow for more realistic 3D text rendering with anisotropy, which changes the appearance of an object based on angle of view
• More realistic brushed metal surfaces enhance 3D text
• Improved performance when playing and adjusting 3D text
• New arrow cursor shape
• Support for Stickers format when exporting image sequences
• Additional Stickers project templates
• Support for Live Photos
• Play Selection command

12/6/2016 | Version : 5.3 | Size : 2.2 GB
• Redesigned dark interface puts the focus on your motion graphics
• Updated arrangement of icons streamlines the Motion interface
• Window layouts are now optimized for portable Mac computers and desktop displays
• Images are now viewable in wide color on supported Mac computers and external displays
• Import, edit, and deliver video in standard Rec. 709 or in wide Rec. 2020 color spaces
• Support for the Touch Bar on MacBook Pro lets you easily adjust key attributes like kerning and text color
• Timeline overview in the Touch Bar lets you view your entire project at a glance and navigate with touch
• Improved Link behavior lets you link attributes such as width and height to drive animation automatically
• New Align To behavior lets you easily connect and animate multiple objects without keyframing
• Improved environment reflection controls allow for more realistic 3D text rendering with anisotropy, which changes the appearance of an object based on angle of view
• More realistic brushed metal surfaces enhance 3D text
• Improved performance when playing and adjusting 3D text
• New arrow cursor shape
• Support for Stickers format when exporting image sequences
• Additional Stickers project templates
• Support for Live Photos
• Play Selection command

Rankings

Overall :
#34 : Top Grossing Mac Applications
#96 : Top Paid Mac Applications

Categories :
#3 : Top Grossing Mac Applications [Video]
#7 : Top Paid Mac Applications [Video]

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Photography , Video


Supported Devices : Mac OS

Comments and Ratings for Motion

Fantastic AE alternative! (5.3.1)
2/9/2017 9:20:00 AM 5/5 By acroc122
I have always wanted to learn motion graphics software in order to make better looking Minecraft server banners, but am disgusted by Adobe’s Creative Cloud subscription model. Thus, Motion 5 was a much more appealing option. I recently got it through an education bundle on Apple’s website.

Awesome app for mac. (5.3.1)
2/7/2017 6:31:00 PM 5/5 By RbBtSn0w
its’ great app for create tool. Alway do work with apple software.

Awesome Program (5.3)
12/22/2016 8:56:00 PM 5/5 By SnowVdo
I love this program. I use it a lot to create my slide shows.

It’s great! But.. (5.3)
10/29/2016 4:58:00 PM 4/5 By coolgirl1234568
It’s an amazing app but it skips a lot. Like when I play my video from the beginning, it’ll skip at certain parts and the audio will slow down. It doesn’t affect your work but it’s really hard to tell if it’s the app that’s doing that or that it’s a mistake that you made. It’s really annoying because it does it so constantly. Or when I play it, the audio just cuts out. I can’t figure out why.

The interface is great! (5.3)
10/28/2016 8:12:00 PM 5/5 By hellothere61
This new version of Motion has a new interface. I like it because it fits in with Yosemite/El Capitan’s dark theme. Nice work, Apple!

Amazingly Powerful For So LIttle Cost (5.2.3)
9/5/2016 3:36:00 PM 5/5 By bbalser
This is a steal at $50 USD. Super powerful, well designed. Round-trips to FCPX can be handled by publishing templates, or a cheap third-party app, or a free online app. So no deal breaker there. The speed I can get our multicast stastion’s original content out is amazing. Way faster than AE. A little training (Ripple) and you’re good to go. I’ve been using Motion since it was first released, I’ve used AE and others, also. But nothing let’s me get my work done as quickly and as easily as Motion. Could use a few missing features, but every motion graphics/effects app Ive used has missing features. Loving Motion 5 more and more each day.

Excellent (5.2.3)
5/6/2016 10:04:00 PM 4/5 By ChristianDirector001
I was recently on an intense video project where I had suddenly lost my odl software and needed to key out approximely thirty video clips of varying sizes. This program from Apple helped me to quickly achieve my goal before my deadline. It is not the most intuitive software, but I don’t mind that. I’m always willing to try a challenging software, but it’s not so with other users. The 3D editing is terrific, and definitely pairs nicely in Final Cut Pro and Davinci Resolve Studio. Also, I think it would be better if you could begin projects more like iMovie or FPCX, because I found it difficult to calculate exactly how many seconds long I would need the video to be. Tha is the only thing I would recommend be fixed.

A great application, and ridiculously good value (5.2.3)
4/17/2016 4:58:00 AM 5/5 By Passepartout
Motion is an amazing compositor and a decent non-linear editor. In a nutshell, Motion is Apple’s answer to After Effects. While it lacks some of After Effects' capabilities (notably built-in 3d rendering) you can get a third-party add-on and still be way ahead. And underlying it is the technology that Shake was built on, so what it does, it does very, very well. Motion is not something you can just pick up and use (despite Apple providing a few templates you can use pretty much as is), although it’s at least as easy as anything that does what it can do. If you’ve never used a proper non-linear editor or compositing tool before, expect a pretty steep learning curve. In essence, Motion is Photoshop for video, except each layer potentially a video track, key-framed, and festooned with non-destructive “effects” layers (including 2D and 3D transformations). If you want to edit long form videos, Motion is not the tool you want to use (there’s Final Cut Pro X, if you prefer something cross-platform there’s Hitfilm, and of course there’s always Adobe CS if you’re OK renting software). I tend to work with pretty short stuff so Motion is actually a complete solution for my needs. If I were still putting together short films or chopping up huge amounts of video, I would pick FCPX. One area where Motion comes up short relative to After Effects in particular is — no surprise — workflow with Adobe products. If you use CS you can import a Photoshop or Illustrator document and get editable layers which you can simply start working with, while still being able to make adjustments locally or round-trip out to Photoshop or Illustrator. But if you’ve got Adobe CS you already have After Effects and Premiere, so either you know what they can do and they still kind of annoy you or you don’t care. Still, it would be great if Motion exposed some kind of API so that Adobe’s competitors (e.g. Affinity’s products or Acorn, say) could round-trip the same way. Oh well, maybe Motion 6.

Lack of FCPX Round-Tripping is Motion 5’s Fatal Flaw (5.2.3)
4/14/2016 7:09:00 PM 3/5 By Aimless Idler
Why this critical feature was removed from the new Apple video suite (FCPX, Motion 5, Compressor) is mind boggling. Motion 5 is basically the backbone of FCPX. And yet you have to subject yourself to the cumbersome, time-consuming, error-prone process of exporting individual clips from FCPX, then manually import them into Motion, then export a new clip from Motion and then manually import it back into FCPX **for every new iteration of an effect edit you want to do**. WHAT? The FCPX/Motion 5 combo would be a viable After Effects competitor if they brought this feature back! (YES, it used to exist in the former FCP7/Motion 4 days! Why, oh WHY did they get rid of it?!?!). Otherwise, it is a fantastic program and a real value as an After Effects alternative. The best part of Motion is being able to customize FCPX effects/transitions/etc. and create new ones to use inside FCPX. It’s been 5 years since the new Apple video reboot, and still no round-tripping. There must be some essential part of the software’s design that prevents this feature from working, otherwise I can only imagine Apple would have included it. Maybe it’s still on the roadmap. One can dream, right?

mohamad \ ksa (5.2.2)
1/18/2016 12:15:00 PM 4/5 By Mohammad Alkhathami
I want Arabic language


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