ProRGB

RGB Separation Techniques for FCPX

ProRGB is a Final Cut Pro X effect that allows users to isolate and manipulate the red, green, and blue channels of pictures and videos.  Utilize simple on-screen controls to divide the channels and control blur, opacity, and blend settings with controls found in the inspector window.  Generate energetic prism effects or create subtle chromatic abberation in Final Cut Pro X.

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Film Distortion Effects with ProRGB in Final Cut Pro X


 

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RGB Separation

ProRGB isolates the luminance of pictures and video and divides the red, green, and blue channels to create the effect of achromatism in Final Cut Pro X.  With a variety of blending methods, individual RGB channel controls, and blurring effects, users can create fresh chromatic distortion effects with the drag of the mouse.  Pixel Film Studios makes amazing easy in FCPX.


 

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Infinite Stylization

ProRGB comes packed with basic prism, dynamic prism, basic RGB separation, and advanced RGB separation effect presets.  Each preset comes with unique controls that allows users to manipulate individual channels and separation distance differently.  Create energetic video sequences or distort subtlety with ProRGB.


 

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On-Screen Controls

Pixel Film Studios brings ease of use to PRORGB presets with on-screen controls.  Drag a ProRGB preset on top of a video clip in the FCPX timeline.  Drag and rotate the arrow control to manipulate the degree of separation and amount of blur.  For more extreme bluring effects, increase the distortion exponent using the slider found in the inspector window.


 

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Customizable in FCPX

Isolate each color channel and determine its luma sensitivity, opacity, and blur type within Final Cut Pro X.  Using ProRGB users can access a new dimension of prism effects.  Use “Channel” drop-down menu to blur one or two channels to create different look.  Pixel Film Studios plugins combines both amazing effects with editing functionality to create useful FCPX tools.

 

Installing ProRGB


 

How do I Install ProRGB in Final Cut Pro X?

Learn how to Install a Pixel Film Studios Effect Package.  

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ProRGB Tutorial for Final Cut Pro X

Learn how to isolate and manipulate the red, green, and blue channels of pictures and videos in Final Cut Pro X with the ProRGB Lesson from Pixel Film Studios.  
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Step 1 - Preparing the Timeline

Let's begin by selecting a video clip or image from the FCPX media library and dragging it to the timeline. Once, you have your video in place, go to the FCPX effects library to locate the ProRGB presets. Scan through the RGB types and select the one that creates the channel separation and blur method that you like. For this example we will use the dynamic prism preset.
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Step 2 - Customizing the RGB

Now that we have our timeline setup. Let’s customize the look of our RGB effect. Select your media in the timeline. Then go to the viewer window. Click and drag the arrow control to adjust the strength and direction of the Color Separation. Next, go to the Effect Controls Section of the Inspector window. Use the Blend Method drop down menu to choose the blend mode for the color separation layer.
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Step 3 - Customizing the Blur

Now that we have our RGB separation setup.Let’s customize the look of the blur effect. Go to the viewer window. Use the center control point to move the mask for the area that will remain in focus. Then click and drag the handle attached to the center point to make the blur stronger or weaker. Next, go to the Mask Controls section of the Inspector window. Lower the Opacity slider if you want the entire image to be equally blurry. Use the scale slider to make the mask larger or smaller. Finally use the feather and falloff controls to adjust the edges of the mask.
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Final Touches

Now for some Final Touches. If you don’t want your image to separate red, blue and green, you can go to the Channel controls in the Inspector window. Use the opacity sliders to adjust the strength of each channel separation.

ProRGB Frequently Asked Questions


Where do I find ProRGB?

Once the installation is complete, you can find ProRGB in the FCPX Effect library.