PROTV

Professional Flat Panel TV Media Presentation Generators

ProTV is a Flat-Panel TV presentation toolset built specially for Final Cut Pro X. ProTV includes 4 popular Flat-Panel TV Styles, with built-in camera controls, fully editable 3d text, and more. FCPX users can place any type of media onto these Flat-Panel TV's, adjust the environment, add flare overlays and more. ProTV allows FCPX users to present their media in exciting ways using Flat Screen TV's, while allowing them to animate the viewpoint camera in limitless kinetic movements. Designed for FCPX version 10.2.1 and newer.

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Professional Flat Panel TV Media Presentation Generators


ProFessional Flat-Panel TV Presentation Generators for Final Cut Pro X from Pixel Film Studios

4 Popular Flat-Panel TV Styles

ProTV includes 4 different Flat-Panel TV Styles to choose from, each with a variation with animated Text. Each TV has different reflection presets, adjustable pedestal properties, and more for new levels of realism. Presenting your media onto a flat-panel high definition TV has never looked better.


 

ProFessional Flat-Panel TV Presentation Generators for Final Cut Pro X from Pixel Film Studios

Unique Camera Controls

ProTV has a unique set of camera controls that allows users access to infinite variations of TV Movements. FCPX Editors can select the start and end points of each camera animation, anywhere in X, Y, and Z space. Camera Lens Angle-of-view controls are also included for even more extreme action-packed camera angles and perspectives.


 

ProFessional Flat-Panel TV Presentation Generators for Final Cut Pro X from Pixel Film Studios

Includes Compositing Tools for added effects

ProTV includes a unique compositing title layer that can be applied over footage on the FCPX timeline. This unique compositing includes contrast controls, Blur settings, and a customizable lens flare that can be placed over the TV generator for added style and realism.


 

ProFessional Flat-Panel TV Presentation Generators for Final Cut Pro X from Pixel Film Studios

Designed for Final Cut Pro X

ProTV is a set of Generator and Title tools designed specifically for Final Cut Pro X. Each generator contains a popular flat-panel TV style, along with all the editing and customizability controls that any editor could want. Each preset style also has a text variation option, for users to place a tv and phrase into one single generator. ProTV is designed to work with FCPX versions 10.2.1 and newer.

Installing ProTV


How do I Install ProTV in Final Cut Pro X?

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

Unidentified Developer and Won't Install

This usually happens due to your macs security settings. The Message you got was to inform you the app wasn't purchased in the Mac App Store. Below is a video tutorial on how to resolve this issue.  

ProTV Frequently Asked Questions


Where do I find ProTV?

Once the installation is complete, you can find ProTV in the FCPX Generators library, and the compositing tool can be located in the Titles library.

Can Images & Video be used with these Generators?

These Generators are designed to work with any media that be placed into a drop zone(Media placeholder) which can be an image or video clip, depending on the users choice.

What version of FCPX is required for this plugin?

Final Cut Pro X version 10.2.1 or newer is required for this plugin to properly function.

Troubleshooting PROTV


My computer seems really slow when using this plugin, Can i do anything to prevent this?

Some of our plugins do heavily rely on your computers GPU or Video Card. In order to utilize full functionality of the plugin, a higher-end GPU may be required for the computer to function efficiently.  In most cases, what you can do is clear your FCPX render files, and disable the background render in your FCPX preferences. Those two settings along will drastically speed up the workflow within FCPX.  If this does not work, contact us.

I applied my Media to a Drop Zone preset, but it freeze-frames my media, how do I fix this?

This is a very common glitch in FCPX with Drop Zones (Media Place Holders). A trick is to compound any media and then placing the compound into a Drop Zone to get it to play back. If you do not know how to compound a clip, simply highlight the clip on the timeline, rick click on it and select "New Compound Clip”.