Split Screen Transition for FCPX
TranSlice: Slide is a package of 30 screen splitting transitions presets made exclusively for Final Cut Pro X. With TranSlice: Slide, insert up to three texts in between clips. Easily manipulate the contrast between text and media by using intutive blur & tint controls that can be found in the top-right inspector window. Using TranSlice presets is simple. Drag and drop a preset in between two video clips, adjust the duration, and TranSlice: Slide will do the rest.
Split Screen Transitions with TranSlice in FCPX
30 Screen Splitters
TranSlice: Slide features 30 screen splitting transitions with customizable features. With TranSlice: Slide, users can showcase multiple images, text, videos between clips with absolute ease. Drag and drop bisect, trisect, or quadsect transitions between two clips to seamlessly move from one scene to the next.
Blur & Tint Controls
TranSlice: Slide allows users to tint and blur the clip that is being transitioned from. This creates awesome contrast between the text and the video below. Achieve a frosted glass, color solid, or edgy effect using blur, tint, and blend mode parameter controls respectively. All customizable parameters can be found in the inspector window.
Drag & Drop Ease
Using TranSlice is easy in Final Cut Pro X. Drag a TranSlice preset between two clips in the Final Cut Pro X timeline. Stretch the end of the transitions to extend the duration of the transition. Next, click on the transition add personal media into the designated drop zone areas. TranSlice will do the rest.
Final Cut Pro X Exclusive
TranSlice: Slide is made exclusively for Final Cut Pro X. Utilize bisects, trisects, and quadsects with various layouts that instantly creates an screen splitting effect for any video production. Slide in text, add personal media, and adjust the media below using intuitive controls, all within FCPX.
Installing TranSlice: Slide
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Step 1 - Preparing the Timeline
Let’s begin by dragging our footage into the FCPX timeline. Before adding a transition in between our footage we will need to adjust the length both clips. In order to lengthen out our transition preset we need to give the preset enough footage to transition from. We will start with our first clip. Go to the end of the clip and adjust the length of it by dragging it backwards. After we will adjust the length of the second clip. Go to the beginning of the second clip and drag the length backwards as well.
Now that we have our clips adjusted move the two back together. Once you have done that go the FCPX transition library and locate TranSlice Slide. Browse through the variety of transition presets. For this example we will be using the Left Text Preset. Click and drag the transition in between your footage. Select it and go to the inspector window.
Step 2 - Text Controls
Let’s start with the Text Controls. First is the Slice Position slider. This will determine how far the slice will slide across the screen before holding so the text can appear. For this example we will be keeping it at one hundred. After we can decide whether we want our text to fade in or out by selecting the desired check boxes. In this example we will be selecting both of them. Next we can start putting our text in the main title, subtitle and additional check boxes. Once we have all of our text we have the option of changing color, font, size as well as tracking.
When making these adjustments you will want to keep two things in mind. One is Readability and two is style. Make sure you are making the best adjustments for the footage you are portraying. After you are done making the font adjustments we have the ability to change the line color, length, width and position. For this example we will be choosing a line color that compliments our footage. Doing this will draw the attention of our viewers straight to the text making it now the most important thing on screen. We will be making minor adjustments to the line length, width and position as well.