With ProMorphic: Volume 2 users now have the ability to generate a fully customizable anamorphic lens flare that feeds directly of off their footage. Users have complete control over the overall look and feel with just a few simple adjustments. Each user can adjust the hue, saturation, tint, direction, ray length, offset point, cropping, and more all with a click of a mouse.
With ProMorphic: Volume 2 users have the ability to generate a anamorphic lens flare that’s generated directly from their footage. Users then have complete control over stylization, direction, cropping, and more all within Final Cut Pro X. With ProMorphic: Volume 2 creating a lens flare has never been so easy to do all with a click of a mouse.
Users simply drag and drop a stylized lens flare effect directly on to their footage and ProMorphic: Volume 2 does the rest. As Final Cut Pro X effect users have the ability to drag on multiple effects onto a single piece of footage creating endless possibilities. Users then adjust their overall look and feel of the flare within the video inspector.
With ProMorphic: Volume 2 users have the ability to fully customize their anamorphic flare with easy to use slider offering room for endless possibilities. Each user has total control over hue, saturation, tint, blend modes, direction, vertical and horizontal stretch, blur amount, offset, length, sharpness, brightness, cropping, and more all within Final Cut Pro X.
With ProMorphic: Volume 2 was professionally designed to work seamlessly inside of Final Cut Pro X. As an effect overlay each ProMorphic: Volume 2 preset can be dragged and dropped onto media and previewed in real time. With the published parameters found in the FCPX inspector, users have the ability to make further adjustments with just a few clicks of a mouse.
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