Brooklyn, New York – Brooklyn Effects, also a New York-based specific effects company, has announced the release of 6 brand new light plug ins for its favorite Final Cut Pro X(TM) non-linear editing software. These effects include: lens flares, light leaks, volumetric lighting, shutter streaks, anamorphic stripes and phase lights.
“Sometimes it may be difficult or expensive to capture the lighting you want incamera,” Said Jean Moore, CEO of Brooklyn Effects, “We designed our lighting plug-ins for Final Cut Pro X to help reviewers produce distinct lighting fashions that will have been much harder to do during the production phase.”
Create a gorgeous, custom lens flare for almost any landscape from Final Cut Pro X using the Skyline Lights Plug in by Brooklyn Effects(TM). People can drag and drop the lens flare layer above their footage and apply the controller point to match the position and angle of the lighting source in the spectacle.
Nothing feels just such as the lights of NYC. Brooklyn Effects(TM) has made a FCPX Plugins plugin to Final Cut Pro X providing flashes and light flows adding liveliness to each of or any footage. Not only can there be the light selections, but transitions for FCPX to easily switch from one clip to the next.
From the center of the entire world for your editing channel, editors can cause superb beams of light in their landscape with all the Times Lights plug in from Brooklyn Effects(TM). End users can drag and drop the filter on their footage at FCPX. After that, utilize the controller points to customize the source and direction of these beams.
FCPX editors may cause contemporary-looking flash back scenes which don’t rely on aged footage. The Flashback Effect gives picture the camera streaks, color, and glow of flashbacks seen in most recent science fiction and action pictures.
From action flicks into Sci-Fi films, users can add anamorphic light refractions with their picture with all the Light Streak Filter out of Brooklyn Effects. This filter was designed to allow users to exude add streaking beams of light from the bright areas within their spectacle, eliminating the demand for composite footage.
Finally, editors may set the platform for your picture in Final Cut Pro X employing the 3D lighting tools from Brooklyn Effects. This collection comes with spotlights, point lights and lens flares which can be set and angled with onscreen controller points. Brooklyn Effects say they will have significantly more useful tools and effects for Final Cut Pro X arriving shortly.
Brooklyn Effects(TM) is a particular effects programmer for Final Cut Pro X plugins outside of Brooklyn, New York. Specializing in post-production applications and Apple Final Cut Pro X Addons. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2015 Brooklyn Effects. All Apple, the Apple logo, and Macintosh are trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other nations. All other trademarks and trade names are the property of the respective owners.