FCPX Auto-Zoom 2.0 allows users to quickly track and zoom to a moving subject.
Aliso Viejo, California (PRWEB) June 17, 2019
Introducing FCPX AutoZoom 2.0, a newly updated toolset which allows users to quickly track and zoom to a moving subject. FCPX AutoZoom has been completely overhauled to include our new Track Editor, making it easier and more efficient to track any subject in your scene. AutoZoom now includes more intuitive controls, giving users more control over the zoom animation. The inclusion of the Track Editor makes it easier and faster for users to track any subject in their scene without having to set a single keyframe. Simply select a preset, place it on your media in the timeline, track your subject, and apply a zoom type. Simply track, zoom and Go!
This plugin includes Zoom-In and Zoom-Out presets as well as presets that Zoom-In and then Zoom-Out in various animation durations. These presets can be used as a quick and easy effect to draw the attention of viewers.
While FCPX AutoZoom features various speed types and animation durations, users can take it a step further by using the new built-in Speed Editor. The Speed Editor allows users to adjust the influence of the motion curve, providing endless possibilities of zoom animation options.
This updated version is compatible with all resolutions and aspect ratios including HD, 4K, 5K, and mobile. These tools work with all video types making it extremely flexible for any project.
FCPX AutoZoom 2.0 is ready to track and zoom to any subject in the scene. Use these professional motion tracking zoom tools to make any subject the focal point of the scene. AutoZoom works great with action footage, aerial or drone footage, tripod shots, and much much more.
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