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 All recent versions of Final Cut Pro X support dynamic parameter UI (hidden or displayed based on the state of other parameters) as well as parameters with custom UI. All recent versions of Final Cut Pro X support dynamic parameter UI (hidden or displayed based on the state of other parameters) as well as parameters with custom UI.
  
-Unfortunately it is still not possible to publish Image Well parameters ((At the time of this writing, the current version of Motion is 5.1.2)). If your plug-in requires additional image inputs, ​they must be implemented by adding a Drop Zone to the template’s published parameter whose content originates from an actual Image Well parameter in the plug-in. This workaround is not ideal because the Drop Zone ignores the state of the Image Well parameter it is fed from. Drop Zones are always visible in the inspector even if their contents are ignored by the effect.+Unfortunately it is still not possible to publish Image Well parameters ((At the time of this writing, the current version of Motion is 5.1.2)). If your plug-in requires additional image inputs, ​read the Appendix at the end of this document on adding ​image inputs to a template.
 ==== Reordering and Renaming Parameters ==== ==== Reordering and Renaming Parameters ====
  
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