ProSnow: Volume 1

Professional Snow Effects and Cooling Grades

Adding snow to your film is a great way to provoke a childhood response out of your viewers. With PROSNOW from Pixel Film Studios, you can choose from 30 different snow methods and cooling grades to turn your footage into a Winter wonderland. All you have to do is drag and drop one of PROSNOW's plugins on to your footage in Final Cut Pro X, and Let It Snow!

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ProSnow: Volume 1 FCPX Plugin - Snow in Cinema

Snow in Cinema

As long as film as been an art form, snow has been used to evoke the mood and feel of a scene. From Citizen Kane to It's a Wonderful Life to Home Alone, snow can elicit childhood memories and happiness. Conversely, in movies like Fargo or The Shining, snow can also be used to create drama and make characters seem cold and trapped.

With PROSNOW from Pixel Film Studios you can create these moods in your scenes in Final Cut Pro X.

 


ProSnow: Volume 1 FCPX Plugin - Let It Snow!

Let It Snow!

With PROSNOW's 30 unique snow composites to choose from, you can take your footage anywhere from the first snow flakes of the year to a heavy snow storm in the click of a button.  All 30 of the snow effects were created with real snow footage; PROSNOW contains no digitally generated images.


ProSnow: Volume 1 FCPX Plugin - 30 Cooling Grades

30 Cooling Grades

Have footage of kids playing in the snow? Use one of the light and soft cooling grade from PROSNOW to help convey their happiness. With the 30 cooling presets in PROSNOW for Final Cut Pro X, you can create any mood for any snow scene. Simply scrub through the PROSNOW plugins in the effects browser and choose the grade that best works with your footage.


ProSnow: Volume 1 FCPX Plugin - Designed for Final Cut Pro X

Designed for Final Cut Pro X

Designed to work inside Final Cut Pro X, PROSNOW eliminates the need to composite footage or create your own color grades. Simply take command of the weather with PROSNOW using its easy and powerful controls in the FCPX Inspector.