- Articles | Series
- Columns | Departments
- Publicity News
- Events Calendar
- PDF Back Issues
- Trending Now
- My Membership
FxFactory Launches Comic Pop Effects for Final Cut Pro X from Stupid Raisins
60 Hand-Drawn Comic Book Style Animation Plugins for FCP X Editors Adds New Energy, Fun to Video Projects
- Tuesday, May. 3, 2016
FxFactory (fxfactory.com) today announced the launch of Comic Pop for Final Cut Pro X. Created by plugin developer, Stupid Raisins, Comic Pop for FCP X provides editors a fun new way to add energy and action to any video project.
Comic Pop includes 60 hand-drawn comic book style animations, as well as two title templates, two logo templates and two transitions. All Comic Pop animations are ideally suited for professional applications, including broadcast, corporate videos, wedding videos, as well as for enthusiasts creating content for YouTube. Comic Pop animations are vector based, enabling editors to change the size and scale of their animations without resolution loss.
Some of the animated effects included with Comic Pop for FCPX include:
- Animated Lines
- Animated Shapes
- Cartoon Smoke
Simply drag and drop Comic Pop animations onto the FCPX timeline and video projects are instantly transformed.
To see Comic Pop in action, watch this short video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x8OVJXQzr4Q.
And for a helpful tutorial on Comic Pop, watch here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rVPQS2zQvmw
Pricing and Availability
Comic Pop for FCPX is available immediately and is priced at $49.00 USD. Comic Pop for FCP X is distributed through the FxFactory engine. Once FxFactory is installed, a free demo is provided, as well as a secure platform for purchasing and installing the plugin. Comic Pop can be purchased by visiting https://fxfactory.com/info/comicpop/
Established in 2004, FxFactory is an innovative developer of visual and audio effects software for the post-production and broadcast community. Their products are integrated with popular non-linear editing and compositing products from Apple and Adobe. For more information about FxFactory, see the website: https://fxfactory.com/