Updated to 1.1.1 – send clips to After Effects CS5.5 as well as Motion!
Now available on the Mac App Store!
Updated to 0.9.3 – timing fixes, Snow Leopard support, and compound clips.
Updated to 0.9.2 – fixes issues with clips that have timecode.
I love Final Cut Pro X, but there are still a few features missing. I wanted to be able to send edited clips from my FCPX timeline into Motion 5, without having to setup the project, lookup the in and out points, and replicate that in Motion. So I made an app that lets you send a clip from Final Cut to Motion.
Just export your project as .fcpxml (File > Export XML), drag it onto the dock icon, select the clip you’d like to export, and it’ll create and open a new Motion project, setup with the right length, clip, and frame rate. It’s not perfect, but it saves a lot of time setting up projects and copying information by hand.
You can now purchase it on the Mac App Store for $10 (US only).
Thanks so much to everyone who helped me beta test it! Feel free to continue using the beta version – although the App Store version contains several UI improvements, and is the one we’ll be updating and officially supporting.
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