Expand Your Editing Toolkit With TransiMatic Custom FCPX Transitions
Inject your Final Cut Pro X projects with style using TransiMatic, the latest customizable transition pack from developer SquidFX.
Since the release of Final Cut Pro X nearly a year ago, we’ve already seen a wide range of third-party filters and plugins for the application…and the newest one by SquidFX is a real knockout. TransiMatic applies 3-dimension motion to your text, stills or video images giving your project a clean professional look at a really affordable price.
Although the pack comes with 10 default transitions, the possibilities are endless by tweaking display parameters to your specifications. Control the direction of motion, as well as interpolation, edge thickness, shading, blur and anchor points. You can even define an area of the frame for the transition action to take place (great for lower thirds or displaying several video panels in one frame). All of this customization allows for a great level of control without having to perform tedious keyframing or adding additional filters.
SquidFX put together a highlight video to show off product features and examples of the type of motion you can achieve with the TransiMatic FCPX plugin:
TransiMatic gets points for providing super clean transition effects while being easy to use AND embedded within the NLE. In the past, it was usually necessary to jump over to Adobe After Effects or Apple Motion to achieve similar effects. This makes TransiMatic a big timesaver.
These types of swing/slide transitions have a myriad of uses and are versatile for all styles of projects. We think they’d especially add a creative pop to video slideshows or creating text effects within Final Cut Pro X.
Hop on over to SquidFX to pick up TransiMatic at its current introductory price of $39.
After March 20thit will jump to its regular price of $75.
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