Grunge Parallax Effects
Zoom your audience into a world of suspended dirt and grunge particles to create a tense and gritty viewing experience. Whether you are creating a fight promo or an edgy dance battle, PROGRUDGE can help you create a fun and fierce style in Final Cut Pro X. From dust and scratches to full on grunge, PROGRUDGE can create many different gritty looks.
Effects with ProGrudge in Final Cut Pro X
Enter the Parallax
Zoom your way into a grungy, gritty world of suspended particles and dirt with PROGRUDGE from Pixel Film Studios. Simply lay one of the adjustment layers on top of your footage and see your footage transformed into a Parallax of grudge.
100 Grudge Presets
With 100 Grudge Presets, you can create endless unique grunge sequences without having to repeat the same look. Quickly and easily browse through the PROGRUDGE library by scrubbing over the preview to see the effects in real time.
5 Grudge Styles
From lens dirt and scratches to full on grunge, PROGRUDGE offers 5 unique grudge styles to choose from. Use the customization controls to change the color, tint, focal point, saturation, and vignette to further change your grudge. The possibilities are endless.
Designed for Final Cut Pro X
PROGRUDGE was created by the team at Pixel Film Studios to integrate perfectly with Final Cut Pro X to enhance your editing experience. Simply drag and drop one or many of the PROGRUDGE adjustment layers on top of your footage in the FCPX timeline and get ready to make grungy and edgy looks.
ProGrudge Tutorial for Final Cut Pro XLearn how to create a tense and gritty viewing experience with the ProGrudge Lesson from Pixel Film Studios.
Step 1 - Preparing the TimelineLet’s start by dragging our media into our timeline. Then locate ProGrudge in the FCPX Titles library. ProGrudge presets all have the same controls and are self animating. Choose a preset and drag it above your media in the timeline. For this example will adjust the length of our preset to match the length of the media. Select the adjustment layer and go to the inspector window.
Step 2 - Effect Controls
First we will start by adjusting the color. For this example we will be choosing a darker color to match our footage. Then we will bring down the color intensity and saturation. Next adjust the contrast and contrast pivot sliders. We will be moving the contrast and contrast pivot up just a little bit. Underneath is the blend mode options. In this example we will be going with an overlay look.
Choosing a blend mode is based on what style you are going for and also what works best with your footage. Once the color adjustments are made we will continue on with the vignette controls. Begin by adjusting opacity, scale, feather and falloff. For this example we are going for a dramatic look so will adjust bump up the vignette scale and vignette falloff. After you will be able to adjust the vignette color. We will continue to go with darker colors to match our overall color we selected earlier.