Explainer Characters for FCPX
ProExplainer: Occupation is a set of modular characters created exclusively for use within Final Cut Pro X. These self-animating explainer characters are used to help present text, graphics, and media in a fun and interesting way. Choose from a variety of animate-in, through, and animate-out animations and create over 1000 different characters with intuitive drop-down menus.
Using Explainer Characters within Final Cut Pro X
Modular Explainer Characters
The ProExplainer: Occupation package features intro, through, and outro animation presets that allow video editors to easily insert an explainer character into any scene. To use ProExplainer: Occupation, start by dragging an Animate-In preset into the Final Cut Pro X timeline and use the on-screen controls to orient the character. Next select a through animation and apply the same parameter settings. Repeat these steps for the outro animation. It’s that easy!
Create over 1000 Characters
ProExplainer: Occupation features customizable facial expressions, hairstyles, and body types. Mix and match 9 different expressions, 12 different hair-dos, 6 occupations, 2 genders, and 9 accessories using intuitive drop-down menus. Create characters for a variety of occasions ranging from a professional athlete to elementary school teacher. Get creative with ProExplainer characters.
Intuitive On-Screen Controls
ProExplainer: Occupation features intuitive controls that allow users to adjust the style and orientation of each animation preset. Editors can determine the scale and position of explainer characters with incredible ease. Use ProExplainer to fill half of the screen for text and graphics presentations or use characters as a small complementary cartoon. The possibilities are endless.
Present Graphics, Text, and More
ProExplainer characters can be used to complement any Final Cut Pro X production. Utilize ProExplainer’s pointing animations to display bullet points, introduce charts, or even showcase inspiring quotes. Additionally, ProExplainer characters are the perfect complement for cartoon scenes and motion graphics.