The team at Pixel Film Studios is extremely proud to present ProCutX for Final Cut Pro X. We worked really hard with our programmer friends at LightWORK Solutions Inc. to get this app done right for needs of today’s creative editors
Aliso Viejo, California (PRWEB) February 07, 2013
"The team at Pixel Film Studios is extremely proud to present ProCutX for Final Cut Pro X. We worked really hard with our programmer friends at LightWORK Solutions Inc. to get this app done right for needs of today’s creative editors, and we are extremely happy with the finished product," said Christina Austin, CEO of Pixel Film Studios, "We are already working with LightWORK Solutions Inc to start on the 1.1 version of ProCutX."
Built from the ground up to meet the needs of today’s creative editors, PROCUTX™ breaks free from the menus, tabs, and shortcut keys to streamline editor's tasks. This application gives users control over all the FCPX editing tools in one clean, fast interface, eliminating the need for clicking and searching through the Final Cut Pro X menus. From import to export, PROCUTX™ can speed up every step of the FCPX editing process.
Using the main PROCUTX™ interface dial in the center of the iPad screen, editors can scan the magnetic timeline in their project by dragging their finger around the wheel. By moving their finger around the precision dial, users can move the playhead frame-by-frame along the timeline. PROCUTX™ also has buttons that allow editors to move forward or backwards to the cut points between their clips.
With the Toolbox in the bottom left and main timeline dial, users can make all of their edits using just PROCUTX™. Editors can quickly select, cut, and trim their footage without ever touching the mouse or keyboard. They can also manipulate the speed of their video using the retiming buttons in the top-middle of the iPad screen.
PROCUTX™ eliminates the need to click through tabs in the Final Cut Pro X Inspector to color correct images. Editors can control the Color Board’s exposure, saturation, and color using the powerful directional pad in the bottom right corner of the PROCUTX™ application.
Leaving the Final Cut Inspector behind, editors can auto-correct a clip’s white balance, color, and noise removal faster than ever with designated auto-correction buttons on the right side of the PROCUTX™ interface.
With the easy-to-use Compound Clip controls, users can group a complex set of elements and collapse them into a single clip just by tapping the button in the top-left corner of the PROCUTX™ interface. They can then open or break them apart later with the other designated buttons.
Using the designated buttons in the top-right of the PROCUTX™ application, users can take care of all of their importing, exporting and rendering needs. The fast and easy interface allows users to accept and deliver files to and from Final Cut Pro X at the push of a button.
PROCUTX™ was designed to last for years of Final Cut Pro X editing to come. Pixel Film Studios already has a lot of great ideas and additions that they are working on to be featured in future updates of the application. They pride themselves on always keeping the fans wants in mind, so they ask that editors please send them feedback on PROCUTX™ features they would like to see.
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.