35MM WORN FILM EFFECT FOR FINAL CUT PRO X
Nostrand Theater™ for Final Cut Pro X™ from Brooklyn Effects™
Nostrand Theater FCPX Effect for Brooklyn Effects™ is designed to be the most versatile worn film effect for Final Cut Pro X. From the silver screen early film looks seen at Nostrand Theater in Brooklyn N.Y. to a destroyed look desired from music video filmmakers, this effect does it all. Created from Kodak™ 35mm film, Nostrand Theater includes framing, shakiness, composite arrangements, tinting and contains 30 unique FCPX effect presets.
COLOR AND TONE PRESETS FOR FINAL CUT PRO X
Empire Grades™ for Final Cut Pro X™ - Brooklyn Effects™
Color and Tone presets by Brooklyn Effects™ makes easy work of changing the mood and environment of your video. Drag and Drop any preset in Final Cut Pro X and instantly transform your footage. Then adjust the subtleties using the simplified tool panel provided.
There are ten clips here wide, medium, close, close close. for cut and export
At last month's NAB2007, the world's largest electronic media show, and in front of a record 108,000 attendees, Apple Computer unveiled Final Cut Studio 2—a significant upgrade to Apple’s industry leading Emmy award-winning video editing and production suite. To demonstrate the power of their new software, they chose an appropriate partner: Ducati. In a video produced using Final Cut Studio 2 and featuring the Ducati 1098 Superbike, Apple demonstrated that it too values power, performance and precision. The 1098 was selected because it's simply the lightest, best stopping and fastest Ducati in history and the world’s most powerful twin-cylinder bike, with the highest torque-to-weight ratio among all sport bikes.
How to capture your footage from your camera to your computer and log it for easy access later on.
How to export your finished project for the web.
How to use scopes and various effects to improve the color quality in your video.
How to incorporate still images into your video and create movement to make them more interesting.
A rundown of system requirements and how to start, save, and choose settings for new projects.
to adjust a video or audio effect over time using keyframes.
is it possible to direct, film, record sound and star DO EVERYTHING in your own short? This was my very first production as a filmmaker
How to import video, audio, and images into your project.
An overview of the basic steps involved in editing your project.
How to add titles, credits, and other text to your project.
How to add music to your project and incorporate it smoothly.