Defocus Tool for FCPX
Final Cut Pro X users can now give their footage the look of real lens defocus. With ProDefocus users can choose from an arrangement of defocus lens blade amounts, directional, gaussian, and zoom blur presets. Users have full controls over amount, effect opacity, horizontal, vertical, gain, rotation, and more all with in Final Cut Pro X.
ProDefocus requires Final Cut Pro X version 10.1.2 or newer.
Focus Tools with ProDefocus in Final Cut Pro X
Defocus Your Media in FCPX
With ProDefocus users have the ability to replicate a realistic lens defocus on top of their footage by choosing from an arrangement of lens blade amount defocus presets, directional, gaussian, and zoom blur presets. Users have full controls over amount, effect opacity, horizontal, vertical, gain, rotation, and more all with in Final Cut Pro X.
Choose Your Blur Style
ProDefocus was professionally designed to emulate a degree of image blurring for any given amount of focus shift. With ProDefocus users have the ability to choose from multiple blade aperture defocus effects, directional and multiple directional, gaussian, soft focus, horizontal and vertical, and zoom uniform and variable. With multiple styles users can overlay as many as they would like to get a ultimate custom blur with a click of a mouse.
Customize the Focal Amount
After applying a ProDefocus preset to their footage, users can customize the style of their defocus with the controls in the FCPX Inspector. With easy-to-use sliders, editors can change the effect opacity, defocus amount, gain, rotation, and more over their media. As an effect users have the ability to stack as many ProDefocus presets on top off each other to get an even more personal defocus effect.
Designed for Final Cut Pro X
ProDefocus was professionally designed to work seamlessly inside of Final Cut Pro X. As a FCPX effect each ProDefocus preset can be dragged and dropped onto the users footage. With the published parameters found in the FCPX inspector, users have the ability to make adjustments and create their own camera defocus style with just a few clicks of a mouse.