Developers at Pixel Film Studios Announce ProFire 5K for Final Cut Pro X

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Leading developer of visual effect tools for the post-production and broadcast markets, Pixel Film Studios announces the availability of ProFire 5K for Final Cut Pro X enabling film editors to add incredible composite footage to their Final Cut Pro X projects.

ProFire 5K from Pixel Film Studios

ProFire 5K - Professional Fire Effects for Final Cut Pro X

"ProFire 5K has been updated with hours of composite footage and emitter tools and gives users countless options to customize composites in their Final Cut Pro X projects with absolutely stunning results!"

ProFire 5K has been updated with hours of composite footage and emitter tools. It has been completely overhauled and now includes our built-in masking tool and motion tracker to make your editing in final cut pro x that much easier. Take your project to the next level in creativity and professionalism with ProFire 5K from Pixel Film Studios.

ProFire 5K is now updated to include a larger library of fire composite footage as well as newly redesigned fire emitter presets. Utilize the built-in tools to easily create professional fire effects in minutes. These tools are designed exclusively for use directly inside of Final Cut Pro X.

This package includes hours of dynamic composite footage that can be used in any Non-Linear Editing software. Simply place the composite footage over your media and use the included compositing effect tool. ProFire 5K was shot in 5K resolution to ensure that no matter how large the user wants to scale up the fire, the footage stays sharp and clear. These composites can also be used in native ultra-high definition to match the users' vision for any HD format.

Users have access to professional fire emitter tools to get you started with any project. Create any type of fire your project needs using one of the simple-to-use and highly versatile fire emitters.

This update gives users the ability to track and mask the composite footage, to enhance compositing techniques. FCPX users can track footage to match a camera move, or an object moving within a scene.

FCPX users simply download and install the necessary FCPX Title and Effect tools. Additionally, download the Composite packages and import the footage in FCPX. The composites can be manually composited, or be combined using the FCPX Title and Effect tools to easily transform each fire effect into a stunning display.

ProFire 5K composites allow users to simply add one composite layer to any project, or stack them for even more immersive looks. The possibilities are endless when you combine fire composites and emitters together.

Composites can be used with any non-linear editing software composite based footage. Combine ProFire 5K with smoke and pixie effects as well as much more to turn even the simplest shot into an immersive theatrical experience.

Users can now generate and track fire effects to any subject in the footage. Edit the controls to adjust how the fire particles interact and move throughout the scene. FCPX users can further modify the color, brightness, contrast, size, and rotation to achieve the perfect fire.

Add amazing fire composites to any scene within minutes. FCPX users can further modify the brightness contrast, size, and rotation, creating cinematic fire effects.

Once the composites are imported and the tools installed, the options are endless. FCPX users can combine composites with different styles, pulling their audience into every environment. ProFire 5K is quick and simple to use making it the premiere plugin for adding fire composites in Final Cut Pro X.

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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