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 that simulates the look of a glare. 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. 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. Blend modes such as “add” or “lighten” will create a naturalistic lighting effect. Blend modes such as “soft light” and “overlay” can be used to enhance the darks & whites in the footage. 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. Use the blur amount, opacity, and blend modes to properly composite the overlay. With exposure and prism amount, video editors can add imperfections to simulate natural light. Lastly, utilize the rotation dial to change the direction of the lighting.
Exclusively for Final Cut Pro X
FCPX Overlay: Glare is the quickest and easiest beautiful overlay in Final Cut Pro X. Leave time consuming compositing techniques behind and embrace the drag and drop ease of Pixel Film Studios overlay plugins. Pixel Film Studios makes amazing easy in Final Cut Pro X.