TransClone Rings allows users full customization for ring animating transitions in Final Cut Pro X with drag-and-drop ease.
ALISO VIEJO, California (PRWEB) May 07, 2019
TransClone Rings is a set of customizable panning animations designed exclusively for Final Cut Pro. Seamlessly move from one scene to the next with drag and drop ease. Intel graphics cards are not compatible with this plugin.
Hundreds of AnimationsTransClone Rings offers hundreds of animations with animation categories such as elastic, ease, and bounce. With TransClone Rings users have complete customization over each transition giving each user infinite possibilities.
Simple and Easy to UseTranClone Rings gives users complete control over directional animation, dolly amount, color channel distortions, and more. Users simply drag and drop a TransClone Rings transition directly onto their media, and TransClone does the rest.
Any Resolution & with or without Motion BlurUsers can apply TransClone Rings within any project. With auto adaptation, TransClone Rings works with absolutely any resolution, aspect ratio, or frame rate. Each transition gives users the option from selecting from presets with or without motion blur with ultra-fast render speeds.
On-Screen Shape ControlsTransClone Rings offers control over the shape mask overall scale and position with a few clicks of a mouse. Users simply click and drag the center point to relocate or the outer ring to scale. Create a custom look in a matter of seconds all within Final Cut Pro.
Designed for Final Cut ProTransClone Rings was professionally designed to work seamlessly inside of Final Cut Pro X. As transitions, each preset can be dragged and dropped directly onto media and previewed in real time. With the published parameters found in the FCPX inspector, users have the ability to make further adjustments with just a few clicks of a mouse.
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