Apple has updated Motion with an Object Tracker, Neon Filter, and support for Cinematic Mode video.
With Motion on the new MacBook Pro, a complex project renders up to 2x as fast and can play two streams of 8K video at 5x the frame rate. Graphic artists can now combine object tracking with masks, shapes, 3D objects, behaviors, and filters for stunning visual effects. And a new Neon filter adds an eye-catching glow to images, shapes, text, and more.
What’s New In This Version:
Automatically track objects in a scene, edit videos recorded in Cinematic mode, and experience workstation-class performance on the new MacBook Pro
• Select the new Object mode in the inspector to automatically detect, track, and match the movement of faces or objects using machine learning
• Use object tracking with the Analyze Motion, Match Move, and Track behaviors
• Choose between different tracking analysis types
• Object tracking uses the Apple Neural Engine to accelerate video analysis on Mac computers with Apple silicon
• Edit videos recorded on iPhone 13 in Cinematic mode (Requires macOS Monterey)
• Use Cinematic controls in the inspector to modify the intensity of the depth effect, and add keyframes or behaviors to change the effect over time
• Choose to focus on faces or other objects by selecting them using the Cinematic tool in the viewer
• View or delete focus points in the video timeline
• Easily add a neon glow to text, shapes, video, stills, and more
You can purchase Motion from the App Store for $49.99.