FCPX Stabilizer 2.0 utilizes Pixel Film Studios’ motion tracking technology to counteract the movements of the camera, leaving users with silky smooth shots.
ALISO VIEJO, Calif. (PRWEB) June 03, 2019
The FCPX Stabilizer is a useful tool that allows Final Cut Pro X users to fix shaky footage and handheld shots. This plugin utilizes Pixel Film Studios’ motion tracking technology to counteract the movements of the camera, leaving users with silky smooth shots. Balance the position and rotation of camera shots and crop unwanted edges with incredible ease.
FCPX Stabilizer 2.0 allows users to quickly and easily fix handheld footage with the click of a mouse. Eliminate jittery positional and rotational movements with incredible ease. Simply select an area to anchor the footage, track, then re-center the footage using the offset sliders. It’s really that easy!
After cropping, editors can edit out unwanted edges using simple offset sliders that can be found in the inspector menu. Adjust the Offset X and Offset Y sliders to reposition the footage. With the Offset Z slider, users can scale up the footage to crop out repeating edges.
FCPX Stabilizer uses Pixel Film Studio’s motion tracking technology. This feature gives users the ability to achieve fast and accurate tracks without having to set a single keyframe. Track forward, track backward and track multiple objects in a single scene. Save time editing and increase your workflow with this incredible tool.
The stabilizer works best when editors are able to track an area with distinct features and excellent contrast from the background. Faces, logos, and distinct colors work are the perfect subjects for tracking. If your subject stops tracking, simply make manual adjustments to the track path points in Edit Mode. After finalizing your changes, toggle off edit mode and adjust the offsets. This is a Final Cut Pro X exclusive plugin.
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