|Name||Pixel Film Studios – ProHud Volume 1.dmg|
|Created on||2018-03-20 01:54:33|
|Files||Pixel Film Studios – ProHud Volume 1.dmg (29.84 MB)|
Descriptions for Pixel Film Studios – ProHud Volume 1
The two things that the future has promised us is flying cars and transparent touch screen surfaces. With PROHUD from Pixel Film Studios, you can have one of them in your next futuristic Sci-Fi film by creating your very own Heads Up Display interface in FCPX.
Web Site: http://store.pixelfilmstudios.com/product/prohud-volume-1/
FCPX Overlay Interfaces with ProHUD: Volume 1 in Final Cut Pro X
Create Your Own Interface
By stacking PROHUD elements in your Final Cut Pro X timeline, you can quickly create endless unique and futuristic looks. Simple drag and drop as many elements as you want and then rearrange, resize and colorize them to your liking. Even add static and scan lines to your interface to immitate a monitor screen.
Over 50 Interface Elements
With over 50 HUD interface elements to choose from (including scopes, frames, radars, charts and waveforms), the options are endless. Simply drag and drop a few or many of the PROHUD generators on top of one another in the FCPX timeline and create all sorts of futuristic touch interfaces in minutes.
Move Your HUD in 3D Space
Want to see the incredible detail in your heads up display? With PROHUD, you can control a 3D camera in the FCPX Inspector to view your interface elements from all angles. This abilitiy gives your elements effect that they are being projected off the surface of the screen or interface.
Holographic Imagery in FCPX
Simulate a holographic image by placeing one of the drop zone frames into the timeline, insert your footage, and adjust the parameters in the FCPX Inspector. Just like that it will look like youre web camming with someone from the future.
Designed for Final Cut Pro X
Pixel Film Studios designed these HUD elements to work flawlessly with FCPX. PROHUD can help you create futuristic looks in your next Final Cut Pro X project. Simply drag and drop a few or many of the interface elements ontop of your clip and use the on-screen controls and Inspector sliders to calibrate your design.