Pixel Film Studios, motion graphics and special effects artists have announced the production of Shine Line a fashion theme for Final Cut Pro X. - FCPX Effects
�Shine lines are an expert versatile template,� says Christina Austin, CEO of Pixel Film Studios. �A welcome addition to any filmm akers theme collection.�
Shine Line is a style exclusive to Final Cut Pro X featuring 50 environment shots, 4 transitions, 2 lower-thirds, 2 title/text screens, a logo key, along with a background key. Shine Lines are self animating, allowing users to make a professional video without the problem of keyframes or heavy editing. Control the colors, and lay over "Theme Overlay" to incorporate a touch of extra brightness.
All of Pixel Film Studios themes are self-animating. Final Cut Pro X users can create a professional video without placing single keyframe. Simply place personal media to the designated drop zone areas watching Shine Line turn on.
Hue dials, simple sliders, and drop-down menus permit Final Cut Pro X users to modify Shine Line. Easily flip the rotation from the drop zones and text bar with one-click checkboxes. Travel through categorized camera animations by scrolling through "Camera Options". Pixel Film Studios makes it easy for amateurs and professionals alike.
Shine Line has a selection of camera angles which range from sweeps, dollies, slides, and boom shots. Choose from scenes with up to two glossy drop zones and adjust the published parameters to attain new looks. Shine Line's minimalist design causes it to be ideal for both personal projects and professional presentations.
Shine Line Is one last Cut Pro X exclusive. Control the shades within each scene using simple controls. Stylize the text, drop zone media, as well as the theme overlay. Shine Line includes transitions, lower thirds, or even a logo key giving Final Cut Pro X users the equipment necessary to create without limits.
Established in the year 2006, Aliso Viejo, California-based Pixel Film Studios is surely an innovative developer of visual effects tools for that post-production and broadcast community. Their goods are integrated with popular non-linear editing and compositing products from Apple FCPX. All Apple, the Apple logo, Mac OS X, and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and trade names are the property of their respective owners. - FCPX Effects