Using TransZoom WarpSpeed in Final Cut Pro X
Dynamic Zooming Effects
TransZoom WarpSpeed is a set of dynamic transitions created exclusively for use within Final Cut Pro X. Â Seamlessly transition between scenes withÂ zooming, rolling, and pulsating effects without having to set a single keyframe. Â To use TransZoom WarpSpeed, 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.
TransZoomÂ WarpSpeed allows users to adjust the distortion, warp, and blur amount of each transition preset. Â Bumping the distortion amount expandsÂ the edges of the scenes to achieve a stronger fish-eye effect. Â Increasing the warp amount skews the center perspective of scene. Â Lastly, the blur amount creates the illusion ofÂ motion blur.
Color Controls in FCPX
TransZoom WarpSpeed blends scenes perfectly with a combination of distortion and color effects. Â To create a wellÂ composited transition,Â tweak the brightness and prism sliders to properly match the amount of distortion and blur. Â For brighter scenes, bumping the brightness & blur will help to momentarily overexpose both scenes and create a more seamless transition.
TransZoom WarpSpeed allows users to adjust the camera rotation, shake amount, and angle of view. Change the rotation to achieve a rolling effects with zooming transitions. Â Adjust the angle of view slider to skew theÂ perspective of the camera. Â With a larger angle of view, objects will appear to move faster and at a greater distance. Â Conversely, a smaller angle of view creates a flatter perspective of objects in view. Â With camera shake,Â editors can add a rumbling effect to add anÂ extra layer ofÂ camera dynamics.