Professional Desaturated Presets

FCPX users can take total control over the desaturated looks in their film like never before with PROBLEACH™ from Pixel Film Studios™. With over 50 customizable presets, editors can calibrate the tint, levels, saturation, vignette, and wash to get exact bleached look they want for their film in FCPX.

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PROBLEACH™ FCPX Plugin - Ultimate Desaturated Looks

Ultimate Desaturated Looks

With over 50 customizable color grade presets, PROBLEACH™ is the ultimate desaturation plugin for Final Cut Pro X. From contemporary fashion to sepia to film noir, PROBLEACH™ can match the look and style of several film eras.

PROBLEACH™ FCPX Plugin - Film Noir Presets

Film Noir Presets

Pixel Film Studios is on the case. With dark dramatic shadows and stark contrast, FCPX users can recreate the cinematic look and style of a 1940's Hollywood crime drama with the Film Noir presets included with PROBLEACH™.



With the Sepia tone presets, PROBLEACH™ can immitate the look of photographs taken in the late 1800's. With a few clicks of a mouse, users can make their film look like it was developed with silver-based chemicals.



With washed blacks and muted colors, PROBLEACH™ users can make their film a blast from the past with the Vintage desaturation presets. Then using the easy-to-use controls, editors can go from instant vintage to hipster retro in a few clicks of a mouse

PROBLEACH™ FCPX Plugin - Includes Add Ons

Includes Add Ons

After selecting a color grade preset, users can add a custom vignette, film grain or blur to their film. PROBLEACH™ comes fully loaded with overlay add ons that editors can use to complete their desaturated looks.

PROBLEACH™ FCPX Plugin - Designed for Final Cut Pro X

Designed for Final Cut Pro X

PROBLEACH™ was professionally designed to work seemlessly inside of Final Cut Pro X. As a FCPX effect, PROBLEACH™ plugins can be dragged and dropped onto your footage and previewed in real time without rendering. With easy-to-use controls that can be found in the FCPX inspector, you can calibrate your settings in a few clicks of a mouse.