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6 New Lighting Effects for Final Cut Pro X from Brooklyn Effects

Jan 29, 2015 - Brooklyn Effects releases 6 new lighting plug-ins exclusively for Final Cut Pro X users. Each product is designed to help users create a distinct lighting effect in their project. These effects include: lens flares, light leaks, stage lights, volumetric lighting, shutter streaks, and anamorphic streaks. Create a stunning, custom lens flare for any scene, brilliant beams of light, customize the source and direction of beams, as well as contemporary-looking flashback scenes and so much more.


New Film Tool Plug-ins for Final Cut Pro X from Brooklyn Effects

Jan 23, 2015 - Brooklyn Effects releases 6 new film tools exclusively for Final Cut Pro X users. Each product is designed to help users finalize and polish their films. These tools include: a magnifying glass, burns effect, fisheye fixer, leveler, aspect ratio and lighting tools pack. Editors can finally set the stage for your film in Final Cut Pro X using the 3D lighting tools. This collection comes with spot lights, point lights and lens flares that can be positioned & angled using on-screen control points.


Brooklyn Effects Releases 3 New Color Grade Packs for Final Cut Pro X

Jan 15, 2015 - Brooklyn Effects releases its 3 new color grade packs exclusively for Final Cut Pro X non-linear editing software users. Each color grading pack provides a unique film style to reflect an area of New York. SoHo Grades produces instant-photo effects. Bronx Grades creates cinematic looks, and Coney Grades allows for vintage, washed styles. The color grade packs have been featured on video editing sites like ReservoirFX.


Brooklyn Effects Releases New Patch Repair Tool for Final Cut Pro X

Jan 09, 2015 - Brooklyn Effects announces the release of a new wave of tools and effects for the popular Final Cut Pro X. The most anticipated tool is the Patch Repair tool, a cloning patch that allows users to cover up unwanted blemishes in their image. Videographers often cannot avoid getting certain objects in their shot. The Patch Repair tool allows them to replace information from one part of the screen with information from another part.