Kinetic Texts for Final Cut Pro X Tutorial

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Now it’s easier than ever to add long and kinetic texts to your projects.

Due to the success of our kinetic typography plugins, you won’t need to worry about how big your text is, it will meet the need for longer texts in your projects.

This is a set of 30 new elements with different layout and animations.

It’s great to use on multiple projects: Music videos, lyrics videos, educational, corporate, promotional, youtube, web, promo, marketing and much more …

Clean, simple and modern design to enhance your work.

Social platform friendly, compatible with various aspect ratios:
1080×1080 – 1:1 – Square Videos
1080×1350 – 4:5 – Portrait
1080×1920 – 9:16 – Stories
1920×1080 – 16:9 – Full HD
3840×2160 – 16:9 – 4K
2560×1080 – 21:9 – Ultrawide

What is Included:
* 30 Kinetic Texts;
* Tutorial

* Quick and easy to edit in Final Cut Pro X
* Change duration, color, position, font, size, etc.
* On-screen controls for size and position
* Built-in/out Animations
* Resolution 720, 1080, 4K 3840×2160
* No plugins required

* Final Cut Pro X 10.4 or later
* Disk space: 15.6 MB

Music not included – Raise the Roof

Preview video credit goes to Stanford under (Creative Commons) CC by 3.0

Trailer – Ludmilla Rabelo
Animation – Ygor Fernandes, Marquinhos Oliveira, Judson Biro
Design – Carol Urbano


Tutorial 3 3D Video Walls for Final Cut Pro X FCPX
XEffects 3D Video Walls allows you to build single, multiple or complex video walls in Final Cut Pro X. You control the number of panels, the shape, the depth and the material. Position the wall in 3D space adding a depth of field and choose a pre-programmed animation to fly the wall in and out.

*Demo Video*
Tutorial 1 – Basic text control & layering
Tutorial 2 – 3D positioning 3D rotating & depth of field
Tutorial 3 – Changing depth, edges and textures
Tutorial 4 – Building Multiscreen videowalls
Tutorial 5 – Managing large walls with ease
Each plugin has been built as a title to avoid cumbersome drop zones for better speed, timing and easy tweaking. Audio also always stays in sync.
Use one of the 45 built-in templates, or build your own wall!
– All 45 Plugins work with video or images
– Constructed as titles, these plugins avoid cumbersome drop zones for better speed, timing and easy tweaking
– Adjust edge material type, lighting and environment
– Adjust shape thickness and choose front and back edge shapes
– Position anywhere onscreen at any size and any angle with depth of field
– Automatic animations for a choice of tumble or linear in/out moves
– Precise built-in font allows the pixel perfect building of multiscreen displays
– Stack multiple copies on top for different media in each shape
– Pin sharp results even in 4K timelines.

Using SplitScreen Pro in Final Cut Pro X

Create custom, animated split screens incredibly quickly and easily – right inside FCPX and Premiere Pro. SplitScreen Pro is the most powerful split screen plugin on the market today.

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One Minute Tutorial: CoreMelt SliceX in FCPX

Learn how to remove a boom mic from a shot in one minute.

CoreMelt SliceX Powered by mocha for FCPX

Instant shape tracking powered by mocha’s Academy Award winning planar tracking engine. Just draw a shape and press track.

FCPX Auto-Tracker 1.1 Tutorial

FCPX Auto-Tracker 1.1 Tutorial

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Welcome to a FCPX Auto Tracker tutorial from Pixel Film Studios

In this tutorial we’ll be going over three things.

1. User Interface Controls

2. Tracking Controls

3. Text & Media Controls

Let’s get started.

We’ll begin by dragging the FCPX Auto Tracker effect preset directly onto our footage.

Select a corresponding resolution that matches your media.

For this example we will select the hd title text effect preset located within the Titles Browser.

Click and drag this preset over your media within the timeline and match up it’s length to the length of your media.

Compound the media along with the title overlay, and then double click the compound to begin.

Using the guid user interface controls.

The Rectangle Tool

Each effect preset will default to the rectangle tool.
While your mouse is hovering over this shape it will highlighted.
To adjust overall scale left click and hold on any white box on the outer edge.
To adjust the overall rotation left click and hold on the outer blue circle.
Left click and drag this box over the object you wish to track.
You then have the option of clicking each inner control point and relocating them to outline your subject matter.
Keep in mind that the orientation of this track will be the center blue circle and it’s rotation will stem out from that control point.
To create a custom rectangle click on third icon from top to bottom and then left click and drag within the viewer window.

The Custom Polygon Tool

Left click on the second icon from the top down to create a custom polygon.
Left click within the viewer window and create an outline around the object you wish to track.
To delete a point hold down the option key and left click on the point you wish to delete.

Establishing a fluid and complete track with Tracking Controls

Located under the pre-track options category you will find the search size slider.
For scenes with large amounts of motion it is recommend to increase this slider’s value.
For your average track we recommend this slider to be set at a value anywhere from ten to thirty.
To record the tracking’s scale throughout track click on the track scale check box.
To record the tracking’s rotation throughout track click on the track rotation check box..

Tracking Controls
We’ll begin by scrubbing to the beginning or end of our clip to the point where our subject matter is most defined.
While tracking forward or in reverse at any point in time the subject matter becomes blurry or out of site, we will need to click the stop track button and manually keyframe.
Scrub through your timeline and with the track point highlighted left click and drag to create a keyframe.

Deleting Track Points
Located under post-track options, under keyframe deletion type, select individual to delete a individual keyframe.
Scrub through your timeline until the point you wish to delete is highlighted in yellow.
Hold down the option key and then left click within the highlighted box to delete this track point.

To delete a set of track points select set under the deletion type.
Scrub to the first track point you wish to delete.
Click on the key icon within the user interface and then scrub to the last track point you wish to delete, and click on the key icon once more.
While holding down the option key, click within the highlighted box.
These set of track points will now be deleted.

Continue these steps until you have created a successful track.
Once your subject matter becomes visible and within focus you can then continue to track from that point in time

Media Controls

Once our tracking data is now complete, we can make further adjustments to our tracked media.

Adjust the overall scale with the scale slider
Offset your media’s rotation with rotation offset.
Adjust the overall opacity with the opacity slider
Offset your media’s x, y, and z, anchor point.

To offset your track points as a whole hover your mouse over the white box within the view finder left click and hold the shift key while draging to a new location.
Release your mouse and then release the shift key.
Your track points have now been relocated.

Timelines Plugin Tutorial for Final Cut Pro X

A collection of 8 Final Cut Pro X transition effects that create graphical timelines for your videos. Each transition is highly customizable allowing you to change just about everything including colors, background graphics and text. Choose from preset camera animation styles, and even adjust the preset to create the exact framing that you like.

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