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-==== Dynamic UI vs Motion Templates ==== 
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 ^ Beginning with version 10.0.6, Final Cut Pro supports dynamic parameter UI implemented by native FxPlug plug-ins. The workflow described by this document no longer applies when developing products with Motion 5.0.5 (or later). ^  ^ Beginning with version 10.0.6, Final Cut Pro supports dynamic parameter UI implemented by native FxPlug plug-ins. The workflow described by this document no longer applies when developing products with Motion 5.0.5 (or later). ^ 
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 +==== Dynamic UI vs Motion Templates ====
  
 Final Cut Pro X does not allow dynamic UI in Motion Templates. Parameters can only be visible and enabled at all times. For those developing templates based on traditional plug-ins, this limitation makes the process very complicated,​ and it may even prompt you to drop dynamic UI altogether. For example, if you publish a parameter and then hide it or disable it as part of the development process, that parameter is instantly unpublished. ​ Final Cut Pro X does not allow dynamic UI in Motion Templates. Parameters can only be visible and enabled at all times. For those developing templates based on traditional plug-ins, this limitation makes the process very complicated,​ and it may even prompt you to drop dynamic UI altogether. For example, if you publish a parameter and then hide it or disable it as part of the development process, that parameter is instantly unpublished. ​
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