From the center of the world to your editing station, create brilliant beams of light in your scene with the Times Lights plugin from Brooklyn Effects™. Drag and drop the filter onto your footage in FCPX. Then, use the control points to customize the source and direction of the beams.
From retro TV ratios to contemporary films, the Aspect Ratio tool can help you create any screen ratio or pixel count you could ever want. This tool set also comes with an SD to HD converter for FCPX, which allows you to upscale your footage without having to stretch or skew the image.
Give your video the texture and look of real celluloid film with the 4K Film Grain from Brooklyn Effects™. Drag and drop the effect on top of your footage in the FCPX timeline. Then, use the built-in control panel to adjust the size, color, opacity and blend mode of the grain at 3 levels.
From historical documentaries to sports broadcasts, draw attention to an important feature or detail on the screen using the Magnifying Glass Tool from Brooklyn Effects™. Use the built-in Final Cut Pro X control panel to adjust the magnification, shape and border of the glass.
Simply and realistically create the smoke and vapor effects found on the city streets of New York City. Adjust the settings, layer the smoke effects, and achieve complete creative control over smoke, haze, and vapor in your environment using Final Cut Pro X.
Create the dramatic look of High Dynamic Range images in your film. The HDR Photo effect allows you to increase the detail, shadow depth and luminosity in your film well beyond standard video techniques. The built-in FCPX control panel allows you to fine tune the look of the effect.
Everyone makes mistakes, but not everyone has to see yours with the Patch Repair Tool from Brooklyn Effects™. Drag and Drop this effect on top of your video in Final Cut Pro X to replace information from one part of the screen with information from another part.
Nothing captivates like the lights of NYC. Brooklyn Effects™ has created a plug in for Final Cut Pro X providing flashes and light leaks adding liveliness to all footage. Not only is there the light selections, but transitions for FCPX to smoothly change from one clip to another.
The Handheld Camera Tool from Brooklyn Effects™ allows you to add a sense of tension, suspense, or nervousness in Final Cut Pro X. Simply drag and drop the adjustment layer above your footage and use the built-in control panel to adjust the unstabilized look.
Bronx Blocks was designed by Brooklyn Effects™ to be the most intuitive, and customizable split screen effect for FCPX. Simply stack your media in the timeline; drag and drop a shape effects on top of each layer, and use the built-in control panel to change the position.
Quickly and easily remove edge distortions created by wide angle or fisheye lens with the Fisheye Fixer from Brooklyn Effects™. Simply drag and drop this effect on top of your footage in Final Cut Pro X and adjust the strength of the distortion remover.
Color and Tone presets by Brooklyn Effects™ makes easy work of changing the mood and environment of your video. Drag and drop any preset in Final Cut Pro X and instantly transform your footage. Then adjust the subtleties using the simplified tool panel provided.
It's a small world after all... with Mini Manhattan and Final Cut Pro X. Drag and drop the Tilt Shift effect onto your footage in the timeline. Then, use the provided control panel in the Inspector Window to adjust the macro lens settings and frame rate.
Lights... Camera... Brooklyn... Set the stage for your film in Final Cut Pro X using the 3D lighting tools from Brooklyn Effects™. This collection comes with spot lights, point lights and lens flares that can be positioned and angled using on-screen control points.
Create a stunning, custom lens flare for any screne in Final Cut Pro X with the Skyline Lights plugin by Brooklyn Effects™. Drag and drop the lens flare layer above your footage and use the control point to match the position and angle of the light source in the scene.
Instantly transport your film back to the heyday of the Coney Island theme park with vintage color grade presets for Final Cut Pro X. Drag and drop any of the 50 Coney Grade preset in onto your footage, and then adjust the subtleties using the simplified tool panel provided.
Now you can be just like the cool kids. Turn your film into an instant photo with Soho Grades from Brooklyn Effects™. Drag and drop any of these presets onto your footage in FCPX to instantly create the look of self-developing film. Then use the provided controls to adjust the subtleties.
Manhattan Rain from Brooklyn Effects™ was created to be the most versatile and easy to use rain effect for Final Cut Pro X. Adjust the rain to fit your scene with with DOF settings, brightness, layers and color adjustments. Fine tune the look of your rain quickly and precisely.
Nostrand Theater by Brooklyn Effects™ is the most versatile worn film effect for Final Cut Pro X. From early days of the silver screen to the destroyed look seen in music videos, this effect has it. Includes framing, shakiness, composite arrangements, and tinting effect presets.
Create the look of a dusty grungy environment with Brooklyn Air from Brooklyn Effects™. Drag and drop this FCPX plugin over your footage and don't worry about compositing and choosing from an endless library of particle clips. Simply preview them in the FCPX effects browser.
Get your film ready for the big screen with 50 cinematic looks for Final Cut Pro X. From indie flick to blockbuster film, Bronx Grades can give your footage any cinematic look you want. Drag and drop any preset onto your clip, and then adjust the look using the simple tool panel provided.
Creavtively use the Selective Focus Tool to highlight or draw attention to an object in your scene. Drag and drop this FCPX effect on top of your footage in the timeline. Then use the control points to draw a custom shape around your object. Finally, adjust the focus using the tool panel.
From silver to sepia and everything inbetween, the Black + White effect allows you to make every desaturated film look that you could ever want in Final Cut Pro X. Control the color, shadow darkness, brightness and more with the built-in control panel.
Commonly seen in historical documentaries, the Burns Effect was designed to mix still imagery into a motion film by applying a slow zoom or pan to the images. With this effect, you can control the zoom, pan and twist of the camera with the built-in controls in FCPX Viewer.