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Build 512.1 CoreMelt DriveX powered by mocha

CoreMelt DriveX powered by mocha
 

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CoreMelt DriveX powered by mocha

Track 3D text and particles inside FCPX

DriveX Powered by Mocha allows you to add tracked 3D text or particle effects that react realistically to movement. Add tracked smoke, fire, light trails, sparks or many other effects.


Highlights

Now you can harness the full power of Mocha tracking with complex 3D effects particles and complex motion graphics.CoreMelt DriveX allows advanced users to link any parameters inside an Apple Motion Template to track data, and publish the result as an FCP X effect. DriveX includes 40 motion templates to get you started with more coming soon.

Add tracked smoke, fire, light trails, sparks or many other effects.  Track 3D text to follow camera movement in the background with lighting and perspective changes.

 

coremelt drive x titles effects

  • Nine Title Templates: – Track 3D Arrow, Track 3D Highlighter, Track 3D Text, Track 3D Text Shadow, Track 3D Text Circle, Track 3D Text Metal, Track Light 3D Text, Track Text Cartoon, Track Text Pointer .
  • 21 Effects Templates: – Track Air Bubbles, Track Bubbles, Track Distortion, Track Ion Drive, Track 3D Pin, Track Comet, Track Flamethrower, Track Fountain Spray, Track Laser, Track Light Trail, Track Lightning Stream, Track Lit Match, Track Magic Orb, Track Portal, Track Smoke, Track Shape Outline, Track Sparks Color, Track Steam, Track Volumetric Rays, Track Welding Sparks, Track Template.
  • DriveX – Callouts: 10 Stylish animated titles to bring attention to an area of the shot of special interest. Minimal templates with simple elegant style.
  • Advanced users can modify any existing motion template to add tracking to a group, particle emitter, 3D text, light source or replicator.

New (June 2016) DriveX Callouts

10 additional motion templates for bringing attention to key areas of a clip

coremelt drivex callouts

 


Tutorials

How to track a callout

 

Track 3D Text Tutorial:

 

3D Text Fly-in Tutorial

 

Magic Orb Tutorial, and other tracked particles

 

Add tracking to any motion template

 

Highlight an area with a 3D Pin

 

Track a property boundary

ALL CoreMelt System Requirements

Updated May 24, 2022

The latest versions of CoreMelt products are installed using the CoreMelt Manager. For older versions, see this support article.

Category

Plugin

Requirements

OS

StyleX
ModelX
PaintX 4
Lock and Load 4
Apple Intel or Apple Silicon-based computer with macOS Catalina (10.15) or later

SliceX
TrackX
DriveX
Chromatic
LUTx
V2 Plugin Set
Lock and Load 3
Apple Intel computer with Mojave (10.14) or later
*works on M1 computer when using FCP in Rosetta 2 mode

Host support

StyleX
ModelX
PaintX 4
Lock and Load 4
Final Cut Pro X 10.5.x or later
Motion 5.5 or later
V2 Plugin Set
Lock and Load 3
Final Cut Pro 10.4 or later
Apple Motion 10.4 or later
Premiere Pro CC2018 or later
After Effects CC2018 or later

RAM

Recommended for all plugins16 GB RAM (8 Minimum)

GPU

Recommended for all pluginsGPU supporting Apple Metal with 2GB VRAM or more
Quad-core processor or better
CoreMelt products may work on hardware that does not meet these requirements but performance may be compromised.

Please try a trial version first to check if they meet your requirements.

 

For best performance, the we recommend you use a graphics card with 512MB video memory (VRAM). 1 GB VRAM is required for rendering 4K projects.

The following graphics cards are not supported:

  •     nVidia GeForce FX 5200 Ultra
  •     Intel GMA 950
  •     ATI Radeon 8500, 9200

Some Macbook and Mac mini models are not supported due to the more limited feature-set of their built-in graphics accelerators.

Not sure what graphics card is installed in your system?

You can determine what graphics card is installed on your system by selecting the “About this Mac” command under the Apple menu.

When the system summary appears, click the “More Info…” button, which will launch the System Profiler application.

Graphics cards are listed under the “Graphics/Displays” section of the System Profiler.

Coremelt One Minute Tutorial - Track a Callout Label to an Object

Learn how to use Coremelt DriveX in FCPX to easily track 3D text, labels or even particles to the movement of your footage, in this quick one minute tutorial.

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