"ProFreeze Comic creates spectacular freeze-frame effects that bring incredible energy to any FCPX project!"
ALISO VIEJO, Calif. (PRWEB) June 04, 2018
ProFreeze Comic is an action-packed freeze-frame tool made for Final Cut Pro X. With ProFreeze, create a still-frame from within a video clip to create an awesome emphasizing effect. Use ProFreeze Comic to introduce characters or highlight subject matter with zany style and dynamic animations. ProFreeze Comic is exclusively for Final Cut Pro X.
ProFreeze lets Final Cut Pro X editors create dynamic freeze-frame effects instantly from any video or image source. To use ProFreeze Comic, simply move the playhead to the desired frame in the FCPX timeline and use the command “Option + F” to hold the frame in place. Place ProFreeze Comic above the held area and cut out the subject. ProFreeze will do the rest.
ProFreeze Comic allows users to create an amazing freeze-frame where the subject looks like it’s leaping straight out of a comic book. First, choose between presets with standard or comic bubble style text. Then, make changes to the graphics, colors, positions and more using a set of intuitive drop-down menus and slider controls.
FCPX users may individually adjust the placement and angle of the foreground and background layers. After placing the layers, editors can control the amount of springiness, camera shake and the angle of view with a set of intuitive controls. The possibilities are limitless using ProFreeze Comic in Final Cut Pro X.
ProFreeze features a built-in masking tool to cut-out and highlight a character or object within a given scene. To use the masking tool, start by clicking around the subject and completing the mask. Double-click the line to add a point. Double-click a point to change its curvature. Command + double-click on a point to delete it. Refine any cut-out selection with ease using ProFreeze Comic in Final Cut Pro X.
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