Apple Final Cut Pro X and Apple Motion have a great collection of built-in generators you can use. There are a multitude of third party plugins and effects you can use, as well. In this movie, author Jeff Greenberg demonstrates where to find great third party plugins and how to use them with blending modes in Final Cut Pro X.
- In this section, we've already explored…how Final Cuts Generators and Motions pieces…can help expand what we can do with our transfer modes.…I would be really in neglect not to mention…just the amount of information on the internet,…the stock pieces.…One of my favorites, that's actually part of this project,…is some stuff from Rampant Designs.…I'm going to switch here to a browser.…I'll just go to 4kfree.com.…When I press enter it loads this up.…They're going to give you some 40 plus effect items…for free that you can use with your projects.…
If you would like to buy more,…they have more.…There are other companies in the market…that make this sorta stock pieces.…These are all items that are shot in camera.…I'm gonna come back to Final Cut 10.…We're gonna explore how we can use a couple of these.…I've got them down here in "Footage."…There they are into Rampant.…I've got some nice Bokehs.…I have some gorgeous Film Burn here.…Some Reel Clutter.…I'm gonna just add all these,…including the Studio Ink,…and as you're looking at the Studio Ink,…
- How do blending modes work?
- Getting best performance from FCP X
- Overlay text
- Knocking out white
- Revealing elements
- Correcting color
- Creating day for night
- Using luma key for partial selections
- Creating alpha effects
- Using third-party flickers and grunge