TransWall Volume 6

Video Wall Transitions for FCPX

TransWall Volume 6 is a versatile video wall transition created for use within Final Cut Pro X. With TransWall, users can utilize unique video wall layouts with the click of the mouse. With intuitive controls in Final Cut Pro X, editors can alter where the transition start, middle and end points. Each transition includes rotation and position randomization controls to create a dynamic scene.

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Transitioning with TransWall Volume 6 in FCPX

Final Cut Pro X Plugin TransWall Volume 6

Up to 25 Drop Zones

TransWall Volume 6 features presets with up to 16 drop zones.  Choose from layouts with 3 x 3, 4 x 4, and 5 x 5 dimensions.  Freely insert pictures, videos, and more with intuitively labeled drop zones in Final Cut Pro X.  Seamlessly transition between two clips without having to set a single keyframe.

Final Cut Pro X Plugin TransWall Volume 6

Seamlessly Animate Anywhere

TransWall volume 6’s simplistic controls allow users to quickly create new animations with absolute ease. FCPX users can select any start, middle and end position of each transition. Start and end positions are chosen with simple drop down menus, while the middle position is completely adjustable.

Final Cut Pro X Plugin TransWall Volume 6

Animation Controls

Each TransWall volume 6 preset includes adjustable animations that are easily adjustable. Each middle portion of the transition has the option to rotate and move. Easy to use angle controls give the transition time between media a dynamic new style. Also included is a “randomization” control that allows users to add a shifting position animation to each of the three layouts.

Final Cut Pro X Plugin TransWall Volume 6

Intuitive Drop Zone Guides

TransWall Volume 6 includes easy to read drop zone guides that make finding where to place media a breeze. Simply click on the guide controls and each drop zone will be labeled with its corresponding number. Once the transition is fully set up simply click off the guide.

Installing TransWall Volume 6

How do I Install TransWall Volume 6 in Final Cut Pro X?

Learn how to Install a Pixel Film Studios FCPX Transition-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.  

TransWall Volume 6 Frequently Asked Questions

Where do I find TransWall Volume 6?

Once the installation is complete, you can find TransWall Volume 6 in the FCPX Transitions library.

Can these Transitions be stretched to any duration?

All transitions can be stretched to any duration as long as there is enough media for the transition to feed from. If you are noticing a red line and are unable to stretch the transition out to the desired length, you may have to cut down the starting medias end time using the blade tool, as well as the ending clips beginning time.

Can Images & Video be used with these Transitions?

These Transitions 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.

Troubleshooting TransWall Volume 6

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”.