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Create Rogue One Title Sequence in Final Cut Pro X

LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY 15: Ben Mendelsohn during the Rogue One Panel at the Star Wars Celebration 2016 at ExCel on July 15, 2016 in London, England. (Photo by Ben A. Pruchnie/Getty Images for Walt Disney Studios)

When Dylan goes Jedi.

Not that long ago we posted way too many words to introduce a tutorial video by Dylan Higginbotham of about how to recreate the title credits sequence of “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”. Those whose curiosity is now tickled and haven’t seen that awesome tutorial yet should now head over to its post and join Dylan as he guides you through the art of creating an awesome title credits scene.

Need the link? Here it is. And again.

Meanwhile everybody else who hasn’t yet should get a cuppa, fire up FCPX, and sit back with Dylan’s newest tutorial playing on your main or second screen. While enjoying your brew and learning how to replicate the title credits scene of the newest, most recent money spinner delivery from the Mothership’s Dept. of Milking It Star Wars movie, “Rogue One.

Or in the words of the Guardian’s Peter Bradshaw: “Gareth Edwards’ exhilarating spin-off.”. If you haven’t seen the exhilirating spin-off yet, enjoy the trailer first of the movie which helped The Mothership Disney hit record-breaking $7bn this year at the box office.

Before we write many more words, though, without further ado, enjoy Dylan Higginbotham’s newest tutorial: How to create the Rogue One, A Star Wars Story, title credits in Final Cut Pro X. Or in the words of punnylicious Dylan; “This is the tutorial you’re looking for”.

Head over to to download the free template1


  1. A step-by-step tutorial is available at

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