Using TransRush in Final Cut Pro X
Cinematic Transitions for FCPX
TransRush is a set of dynamic transitions created exclusively for use within Final Cut Pro X. Â Seamlessly transition between scenes with sliding and rolling presetsÂ without having to set a single keyframe. Â To use TransRush, simply drag a preset and place it between two clips in the FCPX timeline. Â Adjust the transition handles to adjust the duration of the transition.
TransRush allows users to adjust the chromatic aberration, exposure, and blur amount with incredible ease. Â Increasing theÂ prism amount adds a touch of realism to the camera movements. Â Bumping the prism to extreme levels will create more abstract looks.Â Â Increase the brightness to better blend the movement of the camera and the transition clips together.
Animation Direction Drop Downs
TransRush allows editors to easily alter the direction of transitions with drop-down menus. Â With “Corner” transition presets, Final Cut users can determine where the first scene will animate to, and also whereÂ the new clip will animate from. Â Mix and match drop-down menus options for an array differentÂ animation combinations.
Normal & Motion Blurred Presets
TransRush features both regular and motion blurred animation options. Â Motion blurred presets simulates the blurring effects that occur when shifting a camera too quickly. Â These presets take a little longer to render but make for a more cinematic look and feel. Â With non-motion blurred presets, users can enjoy faster render speeds with the same customizable options.