This FCPX Plugin is used to simulate prism distortions.
Aliso Viejo, CA (PRWEB) February 24, 2017
With ProGlass Prism users now have the ability to simulate prism distortions all within Final Cut Pro X. Users have total control over position, rotation, distortion, edge softness, edge blur, chromatic aberration, individual glass position offset, anchor point, blur amount, and more all within Final Cut Pro X.
With ProGlass Prism users are given the tools and effects to generate a fractal prismatic displacement with a click of mouse. FCPX editors have total control over position, rotation, distortion, edge softness, edge blur, chromatic aberration, individual glass position offset, anchor point, blur amount, and more all within Final Cut Pro X.
ProGlass Prism offers a variety of prism filters, distortion filters, and color filters. As an adjustment layers users have the ability to stack and rearrange lens filters with a click of a mouse. Select from shaped displacements such as a tetrahedron, cylinder, four parallel panels, a pentagon, a pyramid and more.
ProGlass Prism's on-screen controls gives users total control over glass center position, rotation, and chroma radius.
ProGlass Prism was professionally designed to work seamlessly inside of Final Cut Pro X. As a title effect overlay, each ProGlass Prism preset can be dragged and dropped onto media and previewed in real time. With the published parameters found in the FCPX inspector, users have the ability to make further adjustments with just a few clicks of a mouse.
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