v2.9 CoreMelt V2 Plugin Set

CoreMelt V2 Plugin Set

Over 200 Plug-ins for FCPX, After Effects and Premiere Pro

From soft organic glows and blurs to advanced color correction tools and instant photo montages, CoreMelt Complete will save you hours of time on every project, no matter what type of editing or motion graphics work you do.


The CoreMelt V2 Plugin set has many FCP X specific features including onscreen controls, custom shape masks and three new plugins. And also the V2 Plugin Set is now available in a bundle with SliceX, TrackX and DriveX and the fast and powerful Lock & Load stabilizer

CoreMelt V2 Plugin Set is an extensive bundle of plugins which are  easy to use intuitive tools for Motion Artists and Editors of all types from indie film makers, event and wedding videographers to pro TV series editors.

CoreMelt V2 Plugin Collection includes four V2 plugin collections; ImageFlow Fx V2, PolyChrome Transitions V2, Editors Tools V2, Motion Graphics Box V2, in total providing you with over 150 plugins that be useful every single day.

With a well-designed interface pro-editors can apply color tools with on-screen curve overlays, useful and quick to apply filters such as “sky replace” allow you to enhance a blown out sky, advanced vignettes with luma curves, veeyou meters which react to the audio provided within the project, a myriad of excellent and unusual transitions perfect for that corporate video, and glows and blurs to ensure that professional touch.

CoreMelt plugins use the full power of your GPU to give you the boost that you need to churn through heavy duty motion HD and 4K graphics animations and editing challenges.

Note: CoreMelt V2 Plugins does not include SliceX and TrackX

Sky Replacement and Directional Spotlight in FCP X using V2 plugins


PolyChrome Transitions in Premiere Pro

What’s New in Version 2.7:

CoreMelt V2 Plugin Set 2.7 includes Shape Masks to allow you to quickly limit plugins areas to custom shapes without having to go into Motion or create masks in an external program.  There is also three new plugins under “C2 Gadget” category in the effects browser, “Shape Mask Layer”, “Directional Spotlight” and “Local Contrast”.  Other plugins in Editors Tools have new onscreen controls including custom overlays in C2 Pigment plugins.

NEW: Shape Masks in FCP X

Most of the plugins in Editors Tools V2 and Motion Graphics Box V2 now include the “use mask” checkbox as shown above.  Ticking this box enables our onscreen Shape Mask editor enabling you to draw custom shapes to limit the effects of the plugin.  Click on the ? icon in the onscreen controls for further information.

FCP X Specific Details: Access Help, Registration and Presets with On Screen Controls

To access registration, help and presets in FCP X, use the on screen controls that appear over the image at bottom as shown above.  These OSC only appear when the plugin is selected in the inspector and do not appear when playing the clip or in renders or exports.

Please note that plugins in FCP X are only available through Motion Templates and that custom parameters are not available.  Due to this limitation ImageFlow Fx, VeeYou and some other plugins are not available in FCP X.  You can use these plugins in Motion 5 or in FCP 7,  Premeire Pro or AE on the same machine.

Watch the video to see an overview of extra transitions for FCP X users

  • Apple computer running Mac OS X 10.9 or later with Intel Processor
  • Core Image capable graphics card with minimum 128MB of VRAM.

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.

One of the following Hosts:

  • Final Cut Pro X 10.1.4 or later
  • Motion 5.1 or later,
  • After Effects CS5-CS6 or CC 2014, 2015, 2017
  • Premiere Pro CS5-CS6 or CC 2014, 2015, 2017

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.