Final Cut Pro X Plugin creator Pixel Film Studios, announces the release of Digital Dystopia.

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Pixel Film Studios, developer of visual effects tools for the post-production and broadcast markets, announced the availability of Digital Dystopia. A New Professional Theme Effect plug-in for Final Cut Pro X.

Pixel Film Studios Digital Dystopia Plugin.

FCPX Digital Dystopia from Pixel Film Studios.

Digital Dystopia is a cartoon theme package created exclusively for use in Final Cut Pro X.

Digital Dystopia is a cartoon theme package created exclusively for use in Final Cut Pro X. Pixel Film Studios' cartoon styled themes can be used to showcase personal media and text within a cool cityscape environment. Urban Hillside comes loaded with fully customizable scene presets, self-animating title elements, cool transitions and an awesome overlay. Using Pixel Film Studios themes is so easy; simply insert pictures or videos, play around with the colors and change the text - Digital Dystopia will do the rest.

Digital Dystopia comes loaded with self-animating scenes including a drop zone and text preset, drop zone only preset, and a text only preset. Users can easily change the position of drop zones and text with simple and organized controls found in the top-right inspector window. Display photos, videos, titles and messages in a creative way without having to set a single key-frame in Final Cut Pro X.

Digital Dystopia allows users in Final Cut Pro X to completely change the look and vibe of the entire scene without complicated controls or settings. Change the foreground, midground and background elements with a single click of the "Generate" button. To pick a new color scheme simply rotate the hue dial to pick from an entire range of colors.

Create any 2-point camera movement using intuitive start and end orientation controls in Final Cut Pro X. Simply start by moving the video playhead to the first frame of the generator preset and setting the starting position and rotation. Next, move the play-head to the last frame of the preset and set the end position and rotation. Using the speed slider users can easily determine the length of a camera movement.

Digital Dystopia's frame overlay acts as a stylizing title layer for scenes, pictures and footage. Utilize Digital Dystopia's customizable overlay to add a cool frame on top of visual media in any Final Cut Pro X production. Play around with frame hue, scale, and drop shadow to create different unique looks.

Digital Dystopia's customizable background key gives FCPX users a tool to display text or keyed media in a unique way. Background keys' subtle animations make it the perfect backdrop to display messages or showcase people and characters. Customize every aspect from the colors of the skies, to the number of skyscrapers, to the height of the city skyline.

Digital Dystopia comes with a self-animating title and a set of thematic lower thirds. Utilize title elements to introduce a scene, setting, or character in any Final Cut Pro X production. Titles are so easy to use in Final Cut Pro X. Simply select a preset and drag it above your personal media or scene presets in the timeline. Next, change the text and alter the customizable features to achieve a desired look. Digital Dystopia's titles will do the rest.

Digital Dystopia comes with four expressive transitions including two wipes, a frame transition, and an environment transition. Easily customize each of these presets using sliders and color wheels within Final Cut Pro X. To use Digital Dystopia's transitions simply select a preset and place it between two clips in Final Cut Pro X. Digital Dystopia's transitions will seamlessly move from one scene to the next.

“Final Cut Pro X is lacking some essential plugins. We intend to satisfy the needs of fans of FCPX around the world and get them what they need.” Said Christina Austin, CEO of Pixel Film Studios.

Established in 2006, Aliso Viejo, California-based Pixel Film Studios is an innovative developer of visual effects tools for the post-production and broadcast community. Their products are integrated with popular non-linear editing and compositing products from Apple FCPX. Apple, the Apple logo, Mac OS X, and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. All other trademarks and trade names are the property of their respective owners.

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