Detect media files that require conversion to be compatible with future versions of macOS after macOS Mojave
Advanced color grading
Color grade with powerful color wheels, color curves, and hue/saturation curves.
Turn any photo or video into a colorful or monochromatic comic book illustration.
Tiny Planet filter
Create unique distortions by applying the Tiny Planet filter to 360º video in standard projects.
Get complete step-by-step how-to instructions and information on all features in Motion. For a detailed list of enhancements and fixes in Motion, refer to the Motion release notes.
New in Motion 5.4.2
- Create motion graphics that accurately display and animate foreign language text, symbols, and emoji.
New in Motion 5.4.1
- Design motion graphics using pristine video captured in the new ProRes RAW format. Learn more
- Work natively with ProRes RAW or ProRes RAW HQ files created by ATOMOS recorders and DJI Inspire 2 drone.
New in Motion 5.4
- Create and deliver immersive 360° motion graphics with live output to a VR headset. Learn more
- Easily convert project types at any time to switch between titles, generators, effects, and transitions. Learn more
- Build realistic spring-loaded animations without the need for complex keyframes. Learn more
- Choose from a variety of photographic-inspired looks, including Instant, Chrome, and Transfer. Learn more
- Apply 360° effects including blurs, glows, and more.
- Save any 360° motion graphic and access it immediately from the effects browser in Final Cut Pro.
- Create 3D scenes within a 360° project for ultra-realistic 360° environments.
- Edit 360° video into a non-360° project and animate the pan, tilt, and zoom.
- Place any graphic, still, or video into a 360° project, then reposition and resize to fit perfectly into the 360° scene.
- Use the 360° Look Around view to preview your 360° scene without a VR headset.
- Import, playback, and editing of High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC, also known as H.265) video clips and High Efficiency Image Format (HEIF) photos from Apple devices.*
* HEVC and HEIF support requires macOS High Sierra or later