TransLine Volume 2 is a new slideshow style FCPX Transition perfect for editors.
Aliso Viejo, CA (PRWEB) June 10, 2017
TransLine Volume 2 is a slideshow style transition package for Final Cut Pro X. Gracefully move between any two scenes using this collection of minimalistic transitions. TransLine Volume 2’s simple control panel provides users with the ability to manipulate parameters without the fuss of complicated controls.
TransLine Volume 2 includes 8 animation presets that give users the ability to choose where to begin the animation. First, choose from Top, Bottom, Left and Right presets and drag the selection into the timeline. Each preset includes an Animate Out drop-down window so that editors also have control over the direction that the line animates out of frame.
To begin, users must choose a preset with either 2 or 3 animation points. Of these options the 2 Animation presets are great for shorter transitions while 3 Animation options are more dynamic. Slider controls are included so that users can zoom in one or both scenes during each part of the transition.
Change the color of the line using a simple color picker to change the style or simply to match the colors of the scene. The scale of the line is also editable allowing users to create thicker and thinner lines. Users also get control over where the line ends up after each movement using an intuitive slider.
Once installed, users can find all TransLine Volume 2 transitions in the Transitions Browser in Final Cut Pro X. Each transition can be dragged and dropped between two clips to create a seamless conversion and fully edited using controls in the Inspector window.
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