This week on MacBreak Studio’s Steve Martin links up with Mark Spencer to talk about using CoreMelt’s SliceX Powered by Mocha in Final Cut Pro X to create an animated Tilt-Shift effect!
Roger Bolton of CoreMelt will be hosting an online webinar very soon! Its coming up on June 12th, 2014
Roger will show you how you can use the advanced features in the new versions of TrackX and SliceX, including Motion Blur, Track Scaling and Smoothing and Re-Using Track Data. Learn how to create some amazing visual effects by combining multiple plug-ins, right on the timeline in FCP X.
Roger will cover:
- Tricks and techniques for tracking with mocha
- Re-using track data using copy and paste
- Smoothing tracked text
- Pack Replacement Using Motion Blur
- Tracking in a background to a moving green screen plate
- Combining TrackX and SliceX for more complex effects
In this episode Steve Martin discusses how he uses CoreMelt SliceX in Final Cut Pro X to enhance a shot in a short film that he directed.
Gotta say, the recent tutorials that CoreMelt has been posting are really quite good!
Check out this awesome Tutorial from CoreMelt!
“CoreMelt TrackX powered by Mocha is a powerful tool to enable FCP X editors to easily track and insert graphics and layers. Just draw a shape around the object you want to track and the Academy Award winning Mocha tracking engine will lock on and allow you to track text, do screen replacements, replace signs and more.
In this tutorial we teach you how to track text labels to background motion or to a moving foreground object using TrackX power by Mocha in FCP X.”