Simplistic Transitions for FCPX
TransFilter is a set of colorful transitions created for use within Final Cut Pro X. With TransFilter, video editors can create transitions with simplistic effects and excellent contrast by colorizing the following scene with an array of filters. In addition, users can make use of two built-in texts to broadcast a message or short phrase. TransFilter is a Final Cut Pro X exclusive transition.
Using TransFilter in Final Cut Pro X
Simplistic Wiping Transitions
TransFilter is a set of simplistic transitions created exclusively for use within Final Cut Pro X. Seamlessly transition between scenes with filtered slides and scaling effects without having to set a single keyframe. To use TransFilter, simply start by drag a preset and placing it between two clips in the FCPX timeline. Adjust the transition handles to adjust the duration of the transition.
Customizable Filtered Effects
TransFilter allows users to adjust the multiple wipe directions, the media, anchor point, and a variety of style controls to create dozens of different effects. Pick and choose from a multitude of color filter options including threshold, tint, sepia, desaturate, and gradient colorize. Adjust the colors and sliders under style controls to tweak the look of transitions.
Built-In Text Animations
Between clips, TransFilter automatically animates two texts into the scene. Look under animation controls and change the start and end position of the text within the scenes. Under text controls, Final Cut Pro X users can find color, font, size, tracking and line spacing controls that allow for full customization of each texts’ style.
Shift and Scale Exponent
TransFilter users can adjust the amount of positional shift and scale animation using two simple sliders. The shift exponent slider determines the distance the first video clip travels. A greater shift exponent will shift the first clip further and vice versa. The scale exponent slider represents the percentage the media is initially scaled at before fully transitioning to the next scene. Combine the scale exponent with the anchor point drop-down to perfectly frame the next scene.