ProReveal Alpha

Logo & Title Revealing Tools in Final Cut Pro X

ProReveal: Alpha is a package of over 50 title and logo revealing presets for use in Final Cut Pro X. Users can pick and choose from a variety of styles including shuffle, spring, and slide. Users also have the ability to apply an effect to each generator such as opacity, position, rotation, scale, spring, and more. Each users has full control over speed method, position, rotation, transition time, and more. ProReveal: Alpha's simplistic style makes it the perfect complement for any Final Cut Pro X production.

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Logo & Title Revealing Tools in Final Cut Pro X



Over 50 Customizable Presets

With ProReveal: Alpha users can select from a variety of drop zone animation presets with up to 10 drop zones such as shuffle animation, slide animation, and spring animation. Users have the option of revealing text or a logo with full customization over overall animation with a click of a mouse.



Endless Possibilities

With ProReveal: Alpha users have total control over speed method, x position, y position, rotation, camera position, transition time, spring, and more. With each preset fully customizable the possibilities are truly endless all within Final Cut Pro X.


Effect Overlays Included

With ProReveal: Alpha there are fully customizable effect overlay to animate any generator or media with a click of a mouse. Users have the option from animating opacity, position, rotation, scale, scale spring, and more all within Final Cut Pro X.



Designed for Final Cut Pro X

ProReveal: Alpha was professionally designed to work seamlessly inside of Final Cut Pro X. As a generator effect, each ProReveal: Alpha 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.

Installing ProReveal: Alpha

How do I Install ProReveal: Alpha in Final Cut Pro X?

Learn how to Install a Pixel Film Studios FCPX Generator-based Plugin.  

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ProReveal Alpha Tutorial for Final Cut Pro X

Learn how to use logo and title revealing tools with the ProReveal Alpha Lesson from Pixel Film Studios.  

Step 1 - Preparing the Timeline

In this example, we will create a dynamic opener with a few simple steps. Let’s begin by locating ProReveal Alpha in the Generators library. Scrub through the presets to preview the animations.  ProReveal Alpha comes with presets with up to 10 drop zones.  But for this example, we’ll be using a 3 drop zone shuffle animation. Fill the drop zones provided. Next, tweak the position sliders under animation controls to change the starting position of the drop zones. If you want the speed up of the animation, lower the amount of the transition time and vice versa.

Step 2 - Alpha Controls

Now its time to create the alpha portion of the scene. Users can choose from a variety of animated drop zone or text presets for the alpha layer. In this example, we want to showcase a logo so we’ll pick a drop zone preset with a dollying animation and place it above our shuffling animation.  We’ll stagger the generators to offset the timing of each layer. Start by inserting a logo into the drop zone provided. Under the Camera Controls, we make make adjustments to the animation. We want the logo to start further back in space, so we’ll pull back the start position.  Next, we’ll use the transition time slider to speed up the logo animation.

Final Touches

Under animation controls, users can choose from three fade options, in, out, or no fade.  We want our logo to fade in, so we’ll choose the “in” option and adjust our fade timing slightly.

ProReveal: Alpha Frequently Asked Questions

Where do I find ProReveal: Alpha?

Once the installation is complete, you can find ProReveal: Alpha in the FCPX Generators and Effects library.