Track masks, layers, 3D text, particles, and more inside FCPX!
The SliceX / TrackX / DriveX bundle gives you three powerful tools for using Academy Award winning mocha tracking directly on the timeline in FCP X.
SliceX lets you create instant tracked Shape Masks to cut out layers or isolate effects. SliceX includes eleven motion templates for common tasks and you can also use the Shape Masks with built in effects, the built in color corrector or with third party plugins. SliceX powered by mocha takes the pain out of following complex motion, just draw a shape and hit track. You can then adjust with manual keyframes as needed.
Track text or graphics to background movement for innovative title effects, or track and insert a layer for screen replacements, to replace a sign, or extend a set.
Now you can harness the full power of Mocha tracking with complex 3D effects and particles, and stylish 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.
- Apple computer running Mac OS X 10.9 or later with Intel Processor
- FCP X Only
- Core Image capable graphics card with a minimum 128MB of VRAM.
For best performance, 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.
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