Pixel Film Studios releases the FCPX Icon Mega Pack

Pixel Film Studios makes presentations easy with the FCPX Icon Mega Pack

By L. Silver
Nov. 2, 2020

Aliso Viejo, California — Pixel Film Studios’ collection of animated icons, FCPX Icon Mega Pack, is now available on the company’s store. Formerly ProIcon Plus, the FCPX Icon Mega Pack is a collection of over 500 hand drawn icons, with more to come in future free updates. Any users with ProIcon Plus can upgrade to FCPX Icon Mega Pack for free, allowing them to enjoy frequent updates of fresh new icons. The latest update added 50 icons in the new Gaming and Music categories.

“The FCPX Icon Mega Pack is an essential tool for anyone wanting to communicate ideas in a beautiful, simple way,” said Lynn Silver, Media Manager of Pixel Film Studios. “We’ve taken the guesswork out of the design and appeal, so all users need to do is choose the best icon for the job.”

Showing the options to customize every icon

Users can adjust several options including face and outline color, size, and line width


Over 500 Professionally Designed, Hand Drawn Icons and Growing

With 15 categories to choose from including Sports, Fitness, Culinary, Corporate, and General Use, the perfect icon is just a few clicks away. A category of icons can be accessed from the Title menu and dragged into the timeline. And in the inspector, every icon can be previewed with the new “Preview All Icons” option. With these user friendly controls, FCPX Icon Mega Pack adds professional design and style to projects with none of the work.



Keyframeless Animation Built In For Every Icon

Multiple animation types are included with every icon. Users can animate the lines of an icon, liven up an icon with a looping animation, or even freeze frame it in place. Icons can be introduced or taken away with unique animations such as Fly, Flip, Spin, Scale and more. In the inspector, sliders are available to adjust the springiness of animations. And of course, users can easily adjust the Position, Rotation and Scale.

To add realism to the intro and outro animations, users can add a fast-rendering Motion Blur. The amount of blur can be adjusted with a simple slider in the inspector.



Easily Track Icons to Subjects

With Pixel Film Studios’ Track Editor 2, users can take advantage of the easy tracking tools to move icons to the movements of a specific subject. Simply track your footage and export the data to apply it to your icons with ease.

Many Ways to Customize

Icons can be added to a project as-is, or users can choose to add a square or circle frame around the icon to give it a different degree of polish. Face Opacity can be turned off for an outline only effect, or users can customize the colors of the face or outline to their liking. Users can also control the line thickness of any icon, or even add drop shadows to the icons to distinguish them from the background.

Using the built-in on-screen Camera controls, users can adjust the position, rotation and zoom level of the camera in seconds.



An example of how to use the on screen camera controls to adjust icons

Users can access on screen camera controls to move, rotate, or scale icons


Free Future Updates

The FCPX Icon Mega Pack will continue to grow with future updates.

At a fixed price of $29.95, FCPX Icon Mega Pack is available now at pixelfilmstudios.com. Additional product information, including system requirements, can be found on the product page here.



Established in 2006, Aliso Viejo, California-based Pixel Film Studios is an innovative developer of visual effects tools for the post-production and broadcast community. Their products are integrated with popular non-linear editing and compositing products from Apple FCPX. Apple, the Apple logo, Mac OS X, and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. All other trademarks and trade names are the property of their respective owners.

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Lynn Silver

Pixel Film Studios


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