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Hello - A graphic designer has created an AI file with transparency, and I want to add this file (which is a logo) into Final Cut Pro. From what I've read, the easiest option yielding good results is to open the AI file in Designer, and then export it using the "PSD (Final Cut Pro X)" option ... So I've done this, and imported the file into an event within FCP. I then dragged the image into the timeline, but unfortunately the transparency is not retained. I'm not sure if the problem is that I need to change how I export the file in Designer, or if that part is correct and I need to do something in Final Cut Pro to get the transparency to appear. Note: In 'Document Setup' > Color, the 'Color Format' is currently "CMYK/8". I'm guessing this might be the problem, but if so I'm not sure what to change it to. Thanks for your advice, Jim
Helmar posted a topic in Suggestions for Affinity Designer on DesktopOne thing that keeps popping into my mind is this: There are tons of title plugins for FCPX/Premiere, but they are only usable within said application(s). For things like Youtube cover pic graphics, social media graphics etc it would be "strange" to create those within FCPX or Premiere with its "timeline" layout. For that one should use Designer, which is document-centric. Long story short: it would be absolutely "KILLER" if Designer was able to utilise those plugins in a static document environment. Over to you, guys, and for all those sympathizing with me, please leave a comment or a "bump". Thank you! Helmar
Do any Affinity photo editing or graphics editing products (or indeed any others ...) have features such as drop zones which are available in some video editing packages? Effectively these allow pre packaged editing to be set up, and then an object is just dropped into the zone and it will have the appropiate characteristics merged to fit. Although I would not recommend the use of tools such as Final Cut Pro X for photo editing, it is clearly possible to do so, and that would allow drop zones to be used - for example a shot with a TV in the room and/or pictures on the wall, or a window with an outside view, could have those areas set up and images just dropped in at will. Would that be a useful feature in a still photo editing package?
Hei there, I just "discovered" today more or less by accident, how straightforward it is to adjust white balance in Final Cut with a LUT from Affinity Photo. I made a short video demonstrating the process for those who stil not have discovered this feature: https://youtu.be/NEKFcxrG3Gc