by Coremelt CoreMelt makes over 50 free plugins and motion templates available for Final Cut Pro. These are: LUTx Free Apply Basic and Camera LUTs SliceX Free powered by Mocha CoreMelt Motion Templates on the App Store CoreMelt Free Collection of V2 Plugins Source Timecode Plugin (Included in CoreMelt Free) The CoreMeltFREE! installer offers 10 Free Transitions […]Read more "CoreMelt makes over 50 free plugins and motion templates available for FCP"
by Karsten Schlüter TimeCodeVanisher, or TiCoVa, is a utility by Karsten Schlüter that adds a selector rectangle in the Preview window; in the Inspector, you’re offered two modes, or methods: • Clone copies some content from above or below ‘over’ the burned-in TC. • Blur blurs the TC and the surrounding pixels into some mish-mash, […]Read more "TimeCode Vanisher – A Free FCPX Plugin"
May 8, 2014 by fcp.co and DigitalRebellion Digital Rebellion just released CinePlay, a professional movie player replacement for QuickTime Player 7. Why did Apple drop all the useful features when they updated QuickTime Player from 7 to X on the Mac? If we can remember, there was a point in time when there were two […]Read more "CinePlay, the professional Mac video player"
August 21, 2012 by PluralEyes PluralEyes 3 for Mac Audio/video sync that’s too quick for a coffee break We’re pleased to announce the newest beta of PluralEyes 3, the industry’s newest go-to tool for automatic video/audio synchronization. PluralEyes 3 speeds your sync from hours to seconds, offering control and confidence without a need for manual […]Read more "PluralEyes 3 for Mac, free public beta"
August 19, 2012 by Digital Heaven Everyone working with video needs to view movies and when the built-in OS X player isn’t enough, what do you turn to? We’re pleased to announce the release of Pro Player, a brand new QuickTime player designed for professional content creators and motion graphics designers. With its beautifully designed […]Read more "Introducing (A Cool!) Pro Player by Digital Heaven"
February 4, 2012 by Sayqua Sayqua saves the drudgery of manually copying subtitles from a document to Final Cut Pro. You can start with something like a Word or Excel document containing subtitle text, with or without timecodes. You choose the formatting options such as characters per line, lines per subtitle, and where to insert […]Read more "1-2-3 ‘Click’ to easily add a Million Pages of Subtitles to your FCP Project"