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Best Of: Light sabers, blaster shots and soft wipes from FanFilm Fx

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Best Of: Light sabers, blaster shots and soft wipes from FanFilm Fx

Star Wars has always held a special place in the hearts of fans, and today it’s easier than ever to create your own homage. Indeed, J.J. Abrams himself is actively encouraging you to do so, by participating in the official Star Wars Fan Film Awards 2016. If you want to give it a go (or even if you just want...

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Best Of: Instant color correction with free custom LUTs and mLUT from motionVFX

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Best Of: Instant color correction with free custom LUTs and mLUT from motionVFX

Color correction is a large and contentious topic. While the color board is great for fixing many exposure and color-related issues, and some of the built-in Looks can help you get a lot further, it’s pretty easy to hit the app’s limits. Without a pro-level color correction tool and a knowledge of how to use it, you can be stuck...

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Best Of: Create animated charts and graphs with Infographic Titles from Stupid Raisins

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Best Of: Create animated charts and graphs with Infographic Titles from Stupid Raisins

While the "default workflow" of large chunks of the industry seems to be to send every title and graphic out to After Effects, there's a better way. Motion can do most of what After Effects is generally used for, and in many cases in a far more flexible way. Because Motion and FCP X are tightly integrated, you can use...

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Best Of: Applying effects across multiple clips with Adjustment Layers

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Best Of: Applying effects across multiple clips with Adjustment Layers

Ah, the Adjustment Layer. While it’s not part of the default installation, the recipe was discovered soon after FCP X’s release. (In Motion, create a new title, delete the text, and save — that’s it.) As such, you’ll find many different adjustment layers out there, and they all work the same way.To begin, grab Alex4D’s Adjustment Layer or CoreMelt Free...

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Best Of: Analog Glitch and Old TV from CoreMelt

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Best Of: Analog Glitch and Old TV from CoreMelt

Today’s cameras are so nice that from time to time, we need to make their output look a lot worse. Two free plug-ins from CoreMelt Free are perfect for this, and you can use them alone or in combination for great effect. To get started, grab CoreMelt Free! directly from this page, or use Add To Downloads if you prefer....

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