Professional Stage Theme with Starlight in Final Cut Pro
Show Off Any Media in a Beautiful Environment
Starlight’s environment contains a drop-down menu of camera presets. Users can choose between sweeps, dollies, booms and sliding shots to display their media and then edit the placement and rotation of the scenes using on-screen controls. Checking on Edit Mode turns off heavy scene attributes so that users can change the camera orientation with optimal editing speed. Colors and lighting attributes can also be edited so that users get complete control over the style of their scenes.
Introduce Using Stylized Title Elements
Starlight’s text tools include a beautiful title opener and 2 amazing lower thirds. The title opener is ideal for placing at the beginning of any video. The title can be placed on its own or on top of footage by using the background opacity slider to determine the visibility of the underlying layer. Logo Zone’s lower thirds are great for introducing new information, people, and settings. Animate from left or right and edit the colors, length, width and more to match any title.
Stylize with Beautiful Overlays
Starlight comes with 3 beautiful stylizing overlays. Add beautiful animating bokeh particles to the foreground of scenes using the booked overlay. Then, add the light leaks overlay to scenes to create moving light blends throughout the scene for visual style. Top off scenes using the vignette overlay to draw focus to the center of the screen by darkening the outer edges.
Move into the Next Scene with a Stunning Transition
There are 3 totally unique transitions included in Starlight. Transition 1 reveals the 2nd scene by cutting a line through the first scene and expanding outward until the 2nd scene fills the screen. Transition 2 is a light leak that moves from the top left of the shot to the bottom right and flashes into the next shot. Transition 3 is a realistic flare animation that also flashes the following scene into view. All 3 transitions can be controlled using attributes in the inspector window.