by Peter Wiggins, fcp.co Do you have spare computer power now that we are in lock-down? Your processing power can be used to fight COVID-19. Please read and then share this message. First off all, hats-off to our friend Tim Rahman at NEP for letting us know about this very worthwhile use of his group’s ‘furloughed’ […]Read more "Fight COVID-19 with the Spare Computing Power of Your Mac"
by Peter Wiggins, fcp.co Some people say it doesn’t matter. Some say it slashes export times. So who is right? We thought we would put FCPX to the test and find out if pre-rendering timelines gives shorter export times. We’ve got some interesting results! Read more…Read more "Must Do: Does Rendering a Final Cut Pro X Project Speed up the Export?"
by knesaren via FCP.co A free plugin for Final Cut Pro X inserts two lines of text. One line can be turned off. Change font, colour and opacity. Quick Caption 5 can be downloaded here for free!Read more "Free for FCPX: Quick Caption 5"
by etidona A simple point cloner that lets you remove dead pixels and other kind of unwanted spots After your download, simply put the red spot over the spot you want to clone using the position parameters, deselect “colorize” and if the spot is still visible adjust the “offset” parameters. It requires some attempts to work […]Read more "Point. Clone. Dead Pixel Remover"
by Matt O’Shea We hate losing stuff as having to do anything twice is a waste of time and money. Matt O’Shea gives us some tips about sorting media, saving Libraries and has a free set of folder icons to download that will help get your media organized. Read the fop.co in-depth article here.Read more "How To Never Lose A Video Project Again"
by Peter Wiggins, FCP.co Here’s a recent collection of some great free FCPX effects via FCP.co including 3D templates that replicate the look of an old LP and a much newer CD, a vertical video fixer, a free watermarking plugin, a very handy logo animation tool, and more. You can find them all here with descriptions, how-to’s, and free […]Read more "Free FCPX Effects via FCP.co"
by Pielle Here’s a free 3D titles plugin reminiscent of the early (and still cheesy) video days of the 1980’s (in my opinion–) It consists of seven different word dropzones, each with its own path in the published parameter window… The article is continued here including the download and directions.Read more "Winding Words: A Free FCPX 3D Titles Plugin"
by Karsten Schlüter This is Vlexignette, an on-screen-adjustable Vignette-Effect. After applied to a clip, you notice 4 OSC – just drag’em to give your vignette your own shape. In the Inspector are two controls, Opacity and Feather.Read more "VLEXIGNETTE – the flexible Vignette, Free"
by Karsten Schlüter via FCP.co A quick’n dirty one: the titles in FCPX don’t auto-adjust text when changing its margins (as any text-processors do) Sooo, I published a few parameters by opening a copy of the BASIC title: When you adjust those sliders, text will ‘auto wrap’ within the margins: Download here, then un-zip and drag into […]Read more "FCPX MARGINS – A Modified Basic Title"