Aliso Viejo, California (PRWEB) May 31, 2014
Pixel Film Studios, innovators of special effects plugins for Final Cut Pro X, have announced the release of ProWorld Plugin that creates an HDRI and turns it into a 3D environment.
“Our goal is to push the limits of FCPX, and ProWorld pushes the limit of possibility,” said Christina Austin, CEO from Pixel Film Studios. “We’re excited of plugins like ProWorld and what it brings to the table.”
Final Cut Pro X users can turn their 2D HDRI images into 360° viewing area with ProWorld from Pixel Film Studios™. This plugin allows editors to map an HDRI or Skybox texture onto a 3D environment in FCPX. ProWorld also gives users the ability to add text, logos, or keyed footage to their 3D world.
Skybox Imaging is a popular method for creating seamless 3-dimensional environments that feel larger than they really are. With ProWorld, Final Cut Pro X editors can use 6 images to create a skybox that can be viewed from any angle.
Photospheres allow photographers to create a 360° viewing experience out of a single still image. With ProWorld, Final Cut Pro X users can project an HDRI panoramic image onto a globe to create a seamless 3D photosphere.
With the 3D camera in ProWorld, users can quickly and easily position and rotate their environment on all three axes. Then they can use the lens angle controls to give their world more depth in Final Cut Pro X.
ProWorld was professionally designed by the team at Pixel Film Studios to work inside FCPX. As an FCPX generator, this tool can be dragged and dropped onto the timeline and filled with a still image. ProWorld also contains easy-to-use controls built into the Final Cut Pro X Inspector that allow users to customize their environment quickly.
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. All 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.