Audio Visual Tools with ProBeat: Color in Final Cut Pro X
How it Works
Start by counting the number of beats desired to be affected by ProBeat. Choose the preset with the beat count that matches your count and drag it on top of personal media. ProBeat automatically synchronizes to the sound of the audio without keyframes or heavy editing. Look toward the inspector window to find easy to use stylization controls. Stack ProBeat title layers to create new effects.
With ProBeat Color, Final Cut Pro X users can change color, hue, saturation, and tint to the beat of the music. Additionally, control sepia, negative, and brightness to the tempo of audio files. Keep it simple, or create complex effects by stacking ProBeat Color presets in Final Cut Pro X.
Cut Editing Time
ProBeat Color helps streamline the editing process when cutting video to sound. Instead of creating a new effect for every beat, ProBeat Color allows users to edit multiple beats with a single preset. Simply count out the number of beats and match the length of ProBeat to the audio file. ProBeat will do the rest.
Blending Color Presets
Utilize unique blend modes found in the “Color” presets to create interesting looks that match the theme of FCPX productions. For a frayed & grungy look, utilize burning blend modes. For more elegant styles, utilize lighten, soft light, or screen to soften the mood. The options are endless with ProBeat: Color’s 88 presets.