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Final Cut Pro X (170 Tutorials)

cineflare vestige

Cineflare Vestige for Final Cut Pro X Tutorial

May 24, 2019

Learn how to use Cineflare Vestige to add creative, trackable, particle animations to your Final Cut Pro X projects.

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omotion instant animator

omotion Instant Animator Tutorial

May 24, 2019

Learn how to use omotion Instant Animator to animate text, graphics or create image transitions by just dragging and dropping. No keyframing needed!

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sugarfx transient tutorial

SUGARfx Transient Tutorial

May 24, 2019

Watch this tutorial to learn how to use SUGARfx Transient to add dynamic transitions and exciting motion to your Final Cut Pro X projects.

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premiumvfx reviews & testimonials

PremiumVFX Reviews & Testimonials Tutorial

May 24, 2019

Learn how to use PremiumVFX Review & Testimonials Tutorial to add positive feedback from users and customers in an elegant way to your promotional videos.

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premiumvfx ink transitions tutorial

PremiumVFX Ink Transitions Tutorial #gettingstarted

May 21, 2019

Learn how to use PremiumVFX Ink Transitions to create beautiful artistic ink style transitions in Final Cut Pro X.

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crumplepop clearvoiceover tutorial

Crumplepop ClearVoiceOver Tutorial #gettingstarted

May 21, 2019

Learn how to use Crumplepop ClearVoiceOver to create clean, crisp and easy to understand voiceovers by removing clashing frequencies from your background music.

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omotion camera moves tutorial

omotion Camera Moves Tutorial #gettingstarted

May 21, 2019

Learn how to use omotion Camera Moves in Final Cut Pro to emulate camera movement, such as motion blur or rolling shutter that will move, rotate and zoom your footage.

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Does Rendering Speed up Final Cut Pro X Exports?

Can Rendering a Final Cut Pro X Timeline Speed Up Exports?

May 15, 2019

Peter from Idustrial Revolution does a test to see if pre-rendering will speed up exports in Final Cut Pro X. The results are indeed intriguing! Other FCPX Tutorials that you May Enjoy Using Advanced Multicam Techniques In Final Cut Pro X Idustrial Revolution has a very interesting look at three different multicam timelines. They’re using…

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coremelt paintx

Coremelt PaintX Blurring a Logo Tutorial

April 3, 2019

This Coremelt PaintX for Final Cut Pro X tutorial shows you how to use a tracked paint stroke to blur a logo on a prop weapon.

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Coremelt PaintX Digital Makeup Tutorial

April 3, 2019

This Coremelt PaintX for Final Cut Pro X tutorial shows how you can use “Digital Makeup” to add dirt, grime, or fake wounds to someone.

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Coremelt PaintX Highlighting a Moving Person or Object Tutorial

April 3, 2019

This Coremelt PaintX for Final Cut Pro X tutorial show you how to use a tracked paint stroke to bring attention to an object or person moving in a shot.

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Coremelt PaintX – Cloning to Remove Power Lines Tutorial

April 3, 2019

This Coremelt PaintX for Final Cut Pro X tutorial shows you how to remove power lines from a shot by cloning parts of the sky.

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Tilt-shift Plugin

Build A Tilt-shift Plugin For Final Cut Pro X

March 26, 2019

Construct a very flexible Tilt-shift Plugin with On Screen Controls and adjustable, rigged blurred areas by using the blur filters in Motion.

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Using Advanced Multicam Techniques In Final Cut Pro X

Using Advanced Multicam Techniques In Final Cut Pro X

March 12, 2019

idustrial revolution has a very interesting look at three different multicam timelines using Advanced Multicam Techniques in Final Cut Pro X. In addition, each of these timelines has a slightly different build in the Angle Editor; not just a collection of multiple cameras!

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Slow Motion in FCPX

Slow Motion in FCPX and Changing the Speed of a Clip

March 12, 2019

Do you need to create Slow Motion in FCPX or do some other type of speed change? It’s easy to create smooth motion with FCPX and Optical Flow.

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