|Name||Pixel Film Studios – ProAna Volume 1.dmg|
|Created on||2018-05-13 07:34:50|
|Files||Pixel Film Studios – ProAna Volume 1.dmg (50.62 MB)|
Pixel Film Studios ProAna Volume 1 macOS
Create anamorphic flares with a click of the mouse. With ProAna: Volume 1 you have the ability to create that futuristic look, or simply add that extra flare to your footage. With ProAna: Volume 1 from Pixel Film Studios, simply drag, drop, and then with a few customizations you can add that extra flare to your next project. All with a few clicks of a mouse with in Final Cut Pro X.
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Anamorphic Flare Effects with ProAna: Volume 1 in Final Cut Pro X
Anamorphic Lens Flares
With ProAna: Volume 1, choose the flare that best fits your footage, with simple drop and drag, you now have the power to add that extra flare to your next project. Watch as light is refracted and scattered across your lens. You may choose to add as many flares to your scene as you wish, remember with ProAna: Volume 1 the possibilities are endless.
Over 30 Preset Flares
With ProAna: Volume 1, you get to choose from 36 anamorphic lens flares, each one fully customizable for your media. With ProAna: Volume 1, you have the ability to choose the color of each light and light shapes, light intensity, falloff, refraction speed, and more. With so much to customize we are sure to have the anamorphic lens flare for you.
With ProAna: Volume 1 you have the ability to simply drag and drop one of the anamorphic flares on top of your footage and easy control its position with a click of the mouse. Use the on-screen controls and easy-to-use parameters to keyframe the position of your flare to your liking all with in Final Cut Pro X.
Designed for Final Cut Pro X
ProAna: Volume 1 was designed by the team at Pixel Film Studios to work seamlessly inside Final Cut Pro X. ProAna: Volume 1 can help you create that futuristic look, or add a little extra mood lighting to your footage in your next Final Cut Pro X project. Simply drag and drop a few or many of the anamorphic flares on top of your clip and use the on-screen controls and Inspector sliders to calibrate your design.