6 New Lighting for Final Cut Pro X from Brooklyn Effects
[prMac.com] Brooklyn, New York - Brooklyn Effects, a New York-based computer graphics company, has announced the production of 6 new lighting plug-ins for your popular Final Cut Pro X(TM) non-linear editing software. These effects include: lens flares, light leaks, volumetric lighting, shutter streaks, anamorphic streaks and stage lights.
"Sometimes it can be hard or expensive to capture light you would like in camera," Said Jean Moore, CEO of Brooklyn Effects, "We designed our lighting plug-ins for Final Cut Pro X to help editors create distinct lighting styles that would have been harder to complete during the production phase."
Create a stunning, custom lens flare for just about any scene in Final Cut Pro X with all the Skyline Lights plugin by Brooklyn Effects(TM). Users can drag and drop the lens flare layer above their footage and employ the control point to match the position and angle of the light source within the scene.
Nothing captivates such as the lights of NYC. Brooklyn Effects(TM) has established a turn on for Final Cut Pro X providing flashes and light leaks adding liveliness to all footage. Not only can there be the light selections, but transitions for FCPX to smoothly vary from one clip to a different.
From the center of the world for your editing station, editors can create brilliant beams regarding in their scene using the Times Lights plugin from Brooklyn Effects(TM). Users can drag and drop the filter onto their footage in FCPX. Then, use the control points to change the source and direction with the beams.
FCPX editors can cause contemporary-looking flashback scenes that don't rely on aged footage. The Flashback Effect gives film the shutter streaks, color, and glow of flashbacks seen in many recent science fiction and action movies.
From action flicks to Sci-Fi films, users can also add anamorphic light refractions to their film with all the Light Streak Filter from Brooklyn Effects. This filter is built to allow users to emit add streaking rays regarding from the bright areas within their scene, eliminating the requirement for composite footage.
Finally, editors can set the stage for the film in Final Cut Pro X using the 3D lighting tools from Brooklyn Effects. This collection includes spot lights, point lights and lens flares that can be positioned and angled using on-screen control points.
* Mac OS X Version 10.10 Mavericks or maybe more
* Mac Computer that is at least a Core 2 Duo processor, 2GB RAM, and 256MB VRAM
* Final Cut Pro X version 10.1.3 or newer
* 50 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Many of these FCPX lighting can be found now in the on-line store for $19.95. Brooklyn Effects say they have more useful tools and effects for Final Cut Pro X arriving shortly.
Brooklyn Effects(TM) is a computer graphics developer for Final Cut Pro X plugins out of Brooklyn, The big apple. Specializing in post-production tools and Apple Final Cut Pro X add-ons. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2015 Brooklyn Effects. All Apple, the Apple logo, and Macintosh are registered trademarks of The apple company. inside the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and trade names belong to their respective owners.
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