Announcing New Tutorials from Pixel Film Studios, ProStrobe Lesson for FCPX
“Here is another great tutorial, it teaches FCPX users to make use of ProStrobe to produce film reel effects,” said Christina Austin CEO of Pixel Film Studios.
Prostrobe produces a look almost forgotten by many. Users will have full customization with all the use of type, numbers, shapes, or perhaps their particular images with drop zones. Users simply layer these title effects on top of their footage and with a few custom adjustments the effect does the rest. With Prostrobe footage won’t ever look the identical again with in FCPX.
With Prostrobe an individual can choose from either number countdowns, objects, text, as well as their particular image with drop zones. Users can adjust the film movement, motion blur, rotation, speed, scale randomness, position, random position, plus more all with in Final Cut Pro X. Because of so many options and customizations users will be able to create the existing film leader effect with a click of the mouse.
With Prostrobe users are able to affect the blend mode and colour of the object projected with every effect, by having this choice the number of choices are truly endless. This provides an individual the ability to use a different look each and every time when they decide to do so that all within Final Cut Pro X having a click of the mouse.
Prostrobe was professionally designed to work seamlessly inside Final Cut Pro X. As a FCPX title, the Prostrobe presets can be dragged and dropped on your footage. With easy-to-use controls available in the FCPX inspector, an individual can calibrate their settings within a few clicks of a mouse.
Established in the year 2006, Aliso Viejo, California-based Pixel Film Studios is surely an innovative developer of visual effects tools for the post-production and broadcast community. Their products are integrated with popular non-linear editing and compositing products from Apple FCPX. All Apple, the Apple logo, and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple company. within the U.S. and/or other countries. All the other trademarks and trade names belong to their respective owners.