With ProSLR fully customizable viewfinder effect overlays users can now simulate the cameraman’s perspective with a click of a mouse. Users can select from a wide range of modern and vintage presets along with snap shot effects all within Final Cut Pro X. Users have full control over focus, focus point indicators, vignette, blur radius, battery percentage, exposure, and more all with a click of a mouse.
With ProSLR fully customizable viewfinder effect overlays users can now simulate the cameraman’s perspective with a click of a mouse. Users have full control over information, focus, grain, snap shot effects, and more all within Final Cut Pro X.
With ProSLR users can select from a variety of snap shot effects all within Final Cut Pro X. After applying their desired effect to their media users simply use the blade tool within Final Cut to choose when effect will take place. With ProSLR snap shot effects users can simulate realistic camera flashes, closing shutters, and more all with a click of a mouse.
With ProSLR user have full control over the look and animation of each viewfinder all within Final Cut Pro X. Users can alter information and effects by making adjustments to the window width, edge roundness, grain amount, blur amount, blur center, blur radius, information color, exposure, aperture, battery percentage, flash, ISO, shutter speed, and much more all with a click of a mouse.
With ProSLR on-screen controls users have full control focus blur position and vignette scale with a click of a mouse all within Final Cut Pro X. With easy to use on-screen controls users can easily simulate a realistic camera viewfinder all with just a few simple adjustments.
ProSLR was professionally designed to work seamlessly inside of Final Cut Pro X. As a effect overlay, each ProSLR 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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