The video is narrated by A/V expert and Apple-certified professional Matt Schalk, and includes 93 separate tutorials on application-specific tools as well as broad creative techniques for film, television and the web.
It contains tutorials on both the more established features of Motion and those that are new in the most recent version of the software, such as new user-friendly template features and the addition of the ability to make on-the-fly modifications to green and blue screen footage.
"Affordable HD equipment has put pro quality video within the reach of more people than ever before," said Chris Johns, content coordinator for InfiniteSkills. "As users become more comfortable with editing software like iMovie and Final Cut, they're even more interested in tools like Motion to take their video to the next level."
The Apple Motion 5 Training Video series can be ordered from the InfiniteSkills website on DVD-ROM or as a download by customers worldwide for $99.95 (Around £62).
It's compatible with Mac and Windows computers and include accessible work files that correspond to the training examples used onscreen. A full index of Motion 5 tutorial topics and 11 free demo lessons can be found on the product page.
Last month, InfiniteSkills launched a series of Final Cut Pro X video tutorials.
Motion 5 is available to download from the Mac App Store and costs £34.99.