TransPack Sequence

Systematic Transitions for FCPX

TransPack: Sequence is a package of 15 preset divisions with 6 animations each for a total of 90 possible transitions. TransPack: Sequence is incredibly easy to use. Simply drag and drop a preset between two clips and choose an animation from the drop-down menu. Change scenes with beautiful and minimalistic style using TransPack: Sequence for Final Cut Pro X.

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Systematic Transitions with TransPack: Sequence for FCPX

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Final Cut Pro X transition TransPack: Sequence from Pixel Film Studios

Seamlessly Transition

Using TransPack: Sequence is incredibly easy. Browse through TransPack: Sequence’s presets in the Transitions Browser and drag the desired transition between two video clips in the timeline to use. Using the Inspector window, navigate to the Direction drop-down menu to alter the direction of the animation.

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Final Cut Pro X transition TransPack: Sequence from Pixel Film Studios

90 Possible Transitions

There are 15 presets included in TransPack: Sequence. Each preset includes either a horizontal, vertical, or diagonal layout and between 2-6 sequential divisions. After choosing a preset based on layout type and amount of divisions users can choose an animation from the drop-down menu to further customize transitions.

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Final Cut Pro X transition TransPack: Sequence from Pixel Film Studios

Completely Versatile

TransPack: Sequence’s minimalistic style makes it applicable to any video production. These transitions can be used effectively in fun, upbeat videos as well as slow-paced more tonally serious productions. TransPack: Sequence’s versatile style allows it to be used in a variety of productions.

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Final Cut Pro X transition TransPack: Sequence from Pixel Film Studios

Only for Final Cut Pro X

TransPack: Sequence is a transition package designed exclusively for Final Cut Pro X. After installing, users can find all TransPack: Sequence presets in the Transitions Browser. First, select a transition and place it in the timeline between two clips. Then, utilize the incredibly easy drop-down menu to change animation style in the inspector window.

Installing TransPack: Sequence

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How do I Install TransPack: Sequence in Final Cut Pro X?

Here's how to install TransPack: Sequence for any Mac operating system.

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Mac OS Sierra Instructions

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Mac OS Pre-Sierra (Yosemite / El Capitan) Instructions

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How do Uninstall TransPack: Sequence?

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Unidentified Developer and Won't Install

The message you got was to inform you the app wasn't purchased in the Mac App Store. Here are instructional videos on how to change your security settings to allow this installation.

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Mac OS Sierra Instructions

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Mac OS Pre-Sierra Instructions (Yosemite / El Capitan)

TransPack: Sequence Frequently Asked Questions

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I installed TransPack: Sequence and see a red screen similar to this.

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Why is this Happening:

This means that Final Cut Pro is currently out of date.

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What is the Solution:

Update Final Cut Pro. You can update by going to the app store.

Click Here to Watch Troubleshooting Video

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Where do I find TransPack: Sequence?

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Once the installation is complete, you can find TransPack: Sequence in the FCPX Transitions library.

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Where is the tutorial for TransPack: Sequence?

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You can search for the tutorial on the actual product page located at the bottom under the tutorial tab (if one is available). Keep in mind not all tutorials are available yet for each plugin. We are working daily to update new lessons for older and new plugins.