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Spice up your existing titles, and stills or clips with transparency, with Title Punch. Title Punch is a collection of 28 animated effects, transitions, and titles for Final Cut Pro X that enhance existing titles, or anything with transparency. More than Text Styles, more than Effects, Title Punch quickly and easily makes boring titles come alive.
“This week’s article was spurred by a Ted Talk on Typefaces delivered by Matthew Carter, a legendary typeface designer that I had the pleasure of working with in the mid-1980’s when we both worked at Bitstream in Boston.
It was from Matthew all those years ago that I developed my love of using the right font for the task, which has carried over into my video work. By the way, Norbert Florendo has a great definition of the difference between “font” and “typeface:” A “font is what you use, and typeface is what you see.”
Think of a font as a song, with the typeface being the MP3 version of that song. (Though, truthfully, since the Mac calls just about everything a font. I’ll be using the two terms interchangeably during this article.)” – Larry Jordan
Typos and misspellings can happen, its just a known fact of science. Even with spell-check and those nice red squiggly lines that pop up under everything mistakes can and will happen! Check out this episode where Steve Martin from Ripple Training shows you just how effective the foundation database in Final Cut Pro X can be and how you can use it to check all of your titles for pesky misspellings!
Check out this cool and even better, FREE template that you can pop into Final Cut Pro X and Wisp away!
Just run the simple installer, then fire up Final Cut Pro X. You will find it under Title Templates, then “Conner Productions.” It’s name is “Wisp” Simply drag it onto the timeline and enjoy! Also, easily customize all of the colors and more elements from right inside Final Cut.