I just had my latest app accepted on the App Store.
It's a free download that contains various templates for FCPX, at the moment there's not a lot and only 3 free templates, but I plan on updating it regularly keeping a similar percentage of free content to what's there just now.
I have another 9 templates ready to go, but also have 3 in progress, so when their ready the first updates will be added.
At the moment, the free content includes a simple title with various animation options, a wipe transition that reveals an image/video through a gap in the wipe and the final version of the strobe effect that I uploaded here a while back, now titled "Free Strobe".
You do not need a CC to register for an iTunes/App Store account. But the only way to register for an account without using a CC or iTunes Gift Card, is attempt to purchase a free item, then register. Once you start the registration process, under the credit card section there will be an additional radial button with the option of "None"
I browsed around google to find out a bit about this.
I can't confirm this but it's worth a try if anyone has any problems. It seems you don't get the "None" option if registering with an existing apple ID, but if you create a new one following Mikey's instructions the option is there.
It looks like it's not going to run on anything before Lion after all, if anyone running 10.6.8 reads this they can save themselves the bother of downloading it. I'll have it put back to 10.7 on the next updates.
There should be no reason that my templates are causing FCPX to crash, they are just Motion Templates with no additional code or anything that would make for an incompatible plugin. They are really just part of how FCPX and Motion already work.
Would you mind telling me what version of FCPX you are using, and what version of OSX?
If you want to remove them go to you "User" directory, "Movies", "Motion Templates". And within the relevant "Effects", "Generators", "Titles" or "Transitions" folders you will find a "Nocommotions" folder. Move this tot he trash.