Wow, I thought it was only for Motion Graphics and special effects on unique clips in a Final Cut Pro edit. Well, are you not editing when you put together a motion graphic? hmmmm
Mark Spencer, from ProVideo Coalition, introduces us to this concept in Editing in Motion Part 1
One advantage is that this process or approach would man for easier intergration of effect, particles and generators that might be a part of the edit.
The only problem I can forsee is that Motion is bit more intensive on the CPU, RAM and Graphics Card. Add that to a massive load on your RAID – particularly if you are using higher resolution than Standard Definition – then you may be pulling your hair out. But that’s if you have an underspec’d machine. A fully spec’d and maxed out Mac Pro may just glide throught this approach. ha ha ha, keep on wishing and praying and hoping.
I am going to give this one a try besides the hair pulling, and I have just the project (my previous post,Letters to the Next South African President) …