In this tutorial, you will be taught how to use these Free Presets provided by BjK Productions.
The project has been carefully arranged, taking speed into cognizance, to make it as straightforward as possible. All you have to do is drag and drop files, edit the text, and voila! Your video is ready to roll. Please note, there is no need to add after effects.
So without further ado, let’s proceed!
- First, please download the FREE file here.
- The next step, as always, is to open your Adobe Premiere Pro CC Program
- Right Click on Preset Folder
- Click “Import Presets”
- Choose The File
- Drag and Drop into the clip
- You’re done, ALWAYS mess with the keyframe that best suite your needs.
It is important that you add different presets into your Adobe Premiere Pro editing tool because they will enable you to come up with nice creative ideas that will boost your productivity, which will invariably give rise to new ideas, thereby creating more awesome opportunities.
BretFX Overlap aims to clean up your timeline with two simple transitions that do nothing! Except overlap the incoming shot over the outgoing shot or the outgoing shot over the incoming shot.
Overlap is perfect for when your project contains many templates one after the other, and each template has it’s own build in or build out animation. These kinds of projects tend to end up with many layers stacked up and offset like a staircase, or a carefully laid out checkerboard pattern.
In either case, if you decide to shorten some or all of elements, it requires a manual re-stacking or checker boarding. BretFX Overlap cleans up your timeline with two simple transitions.
It’s a basic little plugin that is extremely useful for slideshows or a series of animations.
Click here for more information as well as the download from Bret’s website.
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PowerProduction Software offers a limited number of free 1-year subscriptions to Martini v3 storyboarding software — a plug-in for Adobe Premiere Pro, Apple Final Cut Pro, Avid Media Composer, and VEGAS Pro. (Value: $49.95/year)
Martini is a revolutionary post-production plug-in that brings the creativity of visualization into video editing. Rather than breaking the flow of a work-in-progress with “white-text-on-a-black- background” slugs, Martini easily creates shots that look like scenes that have yet to be shot. Loaded with hundreds of classic and unique shot styles, Martini’s easy-to-use interface guides you through the quick creation of composite shots. You can select a style, such as basic over-the-shoulder shots, two and three shots, and close-ups, as well as fight scenes, chase scenes, and other pre-composed multiple shot sequences. Then, choose from hundreds of pre-loaded interiors, exteriors, custom digital location photos, and props. Martini v3 Review by Kevin P. McAuliffe
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CoreMelt makes over 50 free plugins and motion templates available for FCP X. These are…
- LUTx Free Apply Basic and Camera LUTs
- SliceX Free powered by Mocha
- CoreMelt Motion Templates on the App Store
- CoreMelt Free Collection of V2 Plugins
- Source Timecode Plugin (Included in CoreMelt Free)
CoreMelt is now making the power of mocha tracking in FCP X available completely free. You just need to request a license through our automated form and you will receive a permanent license which lets you use mocha tracking with oval and rectangle masks. Although this is just a small amount of the power of our full SliceX product, it still allows you to perform a lot of common useful tasks.
A set of 10 free Motion Templates for Final Cut Pro X users. Eight stylish transitions and two free “Glass Effect” titles. Completely free with no watermarks or limitations, these plugins do not require a registration, just download on the App Store.
The CoreMeltFREE! installer offers 10 Free Transitions in the Category “V2 Free Templates” for FCP X users and 19 plugins from our V2 Plugin Set including the Source Timecode plugin. Again these plugins do not require a registration, just download the installer from our website.
These Flip Transitions were created when someone asked me how to do a 3D flip in FCPX. Sadly the default flip transition forces a solid background. So these ofter you 3 different types.
1. On edit going from one item to another
2. Start at edit, to bring items in from nothing
3. End on edit, to have items leave just pick from the pop up menu on which type of transition works best for you!
Here is a little video to see what the transitions look like:
Here’s the download link.
Need to export lots of images from your edit but don’t want to sit there manually doing it?
Well simply drop markers in your fcpx timeline, export an fcpxml file, and fcpxImageExporter will do the rest!
fcpxImageExporter simply sources the material that is in the timeline and exports those frames that are marked with markers. So unfortunately at the moment any effects etc.. and generators that are applied will not appear. Also the output size of the image at the moment is the original material’s res.
Simple to use:
Drag and drop your fcpxml file to the icon in the window.
Drag and drop a destination directory for the images to be exported to.
fcpxImageExporter will take you to the directory once the images have been exported.
export formats: JPG, PNG, TIFF
Download FCPXImageExporter for free, here.
A quick’n dirty one today:
the titles in FCPX don’t auto-adjust text when changing its margins (as any text-processors do)
Sooo, I published a few parameters by opening a copy of the BASIC title:
When you adjust those sliders, text will ‘auto wrap’ within the margins: