*******www.iskysoft****/topic-wmv/import-wmv-files-to-final-cut-pro.html WMV to Final Cut Pro Converter Mac - If you want to import videos in WMV to Final Cut Pro for editing, you need to convert it to FCP compatible format like MOV first. This article would show you how to import WMV to Final Cut Pro in details.
WMV to Final Cut Pro - This video introduces how export WMV from Final Cut Pro with Flip4Mac installed, or to convert MOV pushed out from Final Cut Pro to WMV with WMV video converter for Mac.
You just create your own masterpiece in Final Cut Pro and want to share it with your friend who has a PC or want to upload it to internet websites that might only accept WMV file. Then you need to export a windows media player (WMV) file from Final Cut Pro. Many Mac users had difficulty in doing this. They find that Final Cut Pro just don't support exporting WMV. Even if they have Flip4Mac installed, the converted file is usually a fragment rather than an entire movie or the converted movie can't play smoothly on some computers.
DUST AND PARTICLE EFFECTS FOR FINAL CUT PRO X
Brooklyn Air™ for Final Cut Pro X™ - Brooklyn Effects™
Create the look of a dusty grungy environment with Brooklyn Air™ from Brooklyn Effects. Drag and drop this "Easy to Use" FCPX plugin over your footage and no longer worry about compositing and choosing from an endless library of particle clips. Now simply preview them in the FCPX effects browser. Blur, color grade and brighten the particles in your clip to create a depth of focus look and dramatic look.
RAIN AND DRIZZLE EFFECT FOR FINAL CUT PRO X
Manhattan Rain™ for Final Cut Pro X™ - Brooklyn Effects™
Manhattan Rain from Brooklyn Effects™ was created to be the most versatile and easy to use rain effect for Final Cut Pro X. Adjust the rain to fit your scene with with DOF settings, brightness, layers and color adjustments. Fine tune the look of your rain quickly and precisely.
SMOKE AND VAPOR EFFECT FOR FINAL CUT PRO X
Broadway Smoke™ for Final Cut Pro X™ - Brooklyn Effects™
Simply and realistically create the smoke and vapor effects found on the city streets of New York City. Adjust the settings, layer the smoke effects, and achieve complete creative control over smoke, haze, and vapor in your environment using Final Cut Pro X.
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.
Keyframes Explained in Final Cut Pro (FCPX) with an Extra Audio Tip.
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