Convert your old footage into HD with PRORATIO. Have you ever wanted to use footage without those boring black bars? Now you can with PRORATIO from Pixel Film Studios. With PRORATIO you can customize blur amount and location, choose from over 20 preset filter effects, or text and texture borders that will truly show off your footage like never before.
ProRatio offers over 20 customizable effects, each with their own individual published parameters. With each effect control the right and left blur amount with easy to use on-screen controls, customize your shadow, midtone, and highlight colors, brightness, contrast, drop shadow, and even move your background up and down all with a click of a mouse with in Final Cut Pro X.
With ProRatio, you have the ability to choose from a fixed 4:3 or 3:2 aspect ratio, or view your media in true HD depending on your media’s resolution. Select from 1600×1200, 1400×1050, 1280×960, 1152×864, 1024×768, 800×600, 768×576, 640×480, 384×288, 320×240, 1440×960, 1280×854, 1152×768, and 480×320.
Add a frame to your footage with customizable frames, choose to have a simple solid border, or add customizable text and texture to the sides of your media. Each frame has it’s own published parameters such as: choice of color, opacity, width, offset your frame points, start and end caps, blend mode, and more.
With ProRatio, we give you make it easy for you as a user with on-screen controls. You are given total control over two possible gradient blurs with two control points for each one, you also have a on-screen control over the position of your center image as well. With ProRatio, we give your total control with a click of a mouse.
ProRatio was professionally designed to work seamlessly inside Final Cut Pro X. Simply drag and drop one of the effects on top of your footage into the timeline. Then, use the on-screen controls and easy-to-use parameters to customize to your liking. With ProRatio, you now have the ability to show off your older footage in a whole new way all with in Final Cut Pro X.
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