Incorporating amazing High-Quality colorful light leaks and lens flare refractions into footage has never been easier than with FCPX Overlay: Color Shift 5K from Pixel Film Studios. This robust package contains a single all-in-one effect that includes a sample slider allowing users to choose from thousands of beautifully unique light overlays.
FCPX Overlay: Color Shift 5K contains a massive amount of content. Take advantage of the intuitive sample slider included in the packaged effect tool to switch between thousands of stunning and unique colorful refractions. Users can also change the horizontal and vertical orientation of flare samples as well as the scaling to achieve all-new looks.
FCPX Overlay: Color Shift 5K’s overlay footage is shot in 5K resolution using the industry professional RED Dragon camera. This all-in-one tool can be utilized for HD to 5k films without any loss in quality. These outstanding 5k light leak overlays help the user create realistic and beautiful looking refractions within seconds.
Once a sample has been chosen the next step in the process of customizing each overlay is to adjust the light settings. FCPX Overlay: Color Shift 5K has an advanced lighting control system that allows the user to adjust the contrast, saturation, gamma, tint, highlight color, midtone color, shadow color, and more. Users are also given control of the flicker of any preset using speed, intensity and noise controls.
To apply FCPX Overlay: Color Shift 5K to any scene, drag and drop the included title layer on top of footage in the FCPX timeline. Afterwards, select the title effect and maneuver to the Inspector window in the top right side of Final Cut Pro X where users can find all the controls necessary to manipulate refractions.
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