Handwritten Typography for FCPX
With ProFont: Notebook users can create a hand drawn text look all within Final Cut Pro X. ProFont: Notebook offers users up to 110 fully customizable characters. Users can select from the upper and lowercase alphabet, special characters, and numbers. With easy to use on-screen controls each user can customize the position, scale, and angle with a click of a mouse. Users can alter the blend mode, color, width, roundness, animation, and more.
Typography with ProFont: Notebook in FCPX
Stylized Typography in FCPX
With ProFont: Notebook users are given stylized hand drawn characters all with in Final Cut Pro X. Users have full control over blend mode, position, scale, angle, color, opacity, roundness, thickness, thinness, spacing, ink bleed, and more. With simple and easy to use controls each user has full control over how, when, and where they want their character to appear all with a click of a mouse.
Up to 110 Effect Presets
With ProFont: Notebook user are given up to 110 fully customizable effect presets. Users may select categories such as, the lowercase alphabet, the uppercase alphabet, numbers, and special characters. ProFont: Notebook offers a hand drawn feel with out having to hand draw each individual character with in Final Cut Pro X. Users simply drop their desired preset on top of their media, and ProFont does the rest.
With ProFont: NoteBook on-screen controls users can simply reposition, angle, and scale their character any way they choose to. ProFont: NoteBook on-screen controls make it easy for users to get their character where and how they want them to appear with any frustration. With simple to use on-screen controls users can set a position or angle and easily keyframe the position, angle, or scale with a click of a mouse all with in Final Cut Pro X.
Designed for Final Cut Pro X
ProFont: NoteBook was professionally designed to work seamlessly inside of Final Cut Pro X. As a title effect overlay, each ProFont: NoteBook preset can be dragged and dropped onto media and previewed in real time. With the published parameters found in the FCPX inspector, users have the ability to make further adjustments with just a few clicks of a mouse.