Using FCPX Overlay: Glare in Final Cut Pro X
Works of Light in Media
FCPX Overlay: Glare utilizes the light within media to create an organic spectrum of lights thatÂ simulates the look of a glare. Â Just drag and drop to create a beautiful looking overlay every time. To use FCPX Overlay, simply drag the title preset above pictures or videos in the Final Cut Pro X timeline. Â Stretch the preset to the fit any clip duration.
Various Blend Options
FCPX Overlay: Glare offers a variety of blend mode options for users to choose from. Â Blend modes such as “add” or “lighten” will create a naturalistic lighting effect. Â Blend modes such as “soft light” and “overlay” can be used to enhance the darks & whites in the footage. Â For a moodier feel, try “multiply” or even “darken”.
Overlay Style Controls
Customize the overlay lighting with FCPX Overlay: Glare using simple slider controls that can be found in the inspector menu. Â Use theÂ blur amount, opacity, and blend modes to properly composite the overlay. Â With exposure and prism amount, video editors can add imperfections to simulate natural light. Â Lastly, utilize the rotation dial to change the direction of the lighting.
Exclusively for Final Cut Pro X
FCPX Overlay: GlareÂ is the quickest and easiest beautiful overlayÂ in Final Cut Pro X. Â Leave time consuming compositing techniques behind and embrace the drag and drop ease of Pixel Film Studios overlay plugins. Â Pixel Film Studios makes amazing easy in Final Cut Pro X.Final Cut Pro X – Apple
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