by K. Bayquoi These transitions were developed and tested in Motion 5.3 for use as a plugin in Final Cut Pro X 10.3. (It has not been tested in earlier versions of FCPX) [Link to download these transitions.] FEATURES: 15 Sliding Transitions 1. 4 Corner Camera Fold In – set the camera distance it […]Read more "Fun with Motion – 15 Free Sliding Transitions for FCPX"
by Christian Vieira Christian Vieira is a French motion graphics expert with over 70,000 views on his youtube channel backing his tutorials and freebies. Christian has created a number of free simplistic FCPX titles and Motion graphics to help support your projects. Simple Pack : type : titres, format HD1080 démo Simple Pack download Simple […]Read more "FREE Motion and FCPX Motion Graphics and Title Templates by Christian Vieira"
By Chris Hocking FCPX Hacks is a free and open source Hammerspoon script that adds a mountain-load of new features to Final Cut Pro. It originally started off as a little proof of concept project to make finding the browser playhead easier for Scott Simmons (read the original blog post below) – but has since grown into a huge collection of […]Read more "Final Cut Pro Hacks"
September 15, 2014 by Noam Kroll There is a Massive Quality Difference Between FCP X & Premiere Pro – Guess Which One Is Far Better At Compression? Cinematographer and editor Noam Kroll tests out video compression using the same settings on both Apple Final Cut Pro X and Adobe Premiere Pro. He writes, “On a […]Read more "Is Final Cut Pro X or Premiere Pro Better at Compression?"