VCR Effects for FCPX
With ProVCR users can generate that classic VCR effect without ever touching a VCR. ProVCR lets users design and create their very own effect all within Final Cut Pro X. User can choose from magnetic displacement, chroma offset, color channel blur, saturation flicker, color grades, static interference, color bands, and much more all full customizable all with a click of a mouse.
Film Distortion Effects with ProVCR in FCPX
VCR Effects & More in FCPX
With ProVCR users have the choice of over 20 video distortion effects, 10 color grades, color band ratings, color bars, static interference, and more all within Final Cut Pro X. With ProVCR users can create their own VCR effect with a click of a mouse. As an effect and title effect overlay users can get a new look each and every time by stacking effects.
Create an Effect
With ProVCR users can apply as many effects and title layers to their media as they would like, and with a few adjustments get a new look each and every time leaving the possibilities truly endless. Users can choose from effects such as block artifacts, brightness flicker, chroma offset, color channel blur, color channel offset, color overlay, focus flicker, jitter, magnetic displacement, noise grain, pixel randomization, roll, saturation flicker, saturation wriggle, scan lines, signal interference, tint flicker, vignette wash, color grades, and more.
With ProVCR users can make adjustments to each effect and get a new look every time. Users can adjust effects such as posterization, pixelation, horizontal and vertical channel blur, levels, randomization, apply mode, frequency, noisiness, luminance, color shifts, and much more. By stacking multiple effects no look will ever look the same leaving infinite possibilities all with a click of a mouse within Final Cut Pro X.
Designed for FCPX
ProVCR was professionally designed to work seamlessly inside of Final Cut Pro X. As a FCPX effect and title effect overlay, each ProVCR preset can be dragged and dropped onto the users 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.