A New Plugin Entitled inMotion3D Shatter Was launched Today from Pixel Film Studios Just for Motion 5
FCPX Motion Plugins
ALISO VIEJO, CALIFORNIA (PRWEB) FEBRUARY 20, 2015
Motion 5 developers have announced a fresh animated effect entitled inMotion3D Shatter from Pixel Film Studios.
�inMotion3D Shatter is an exciting logo reveal tool for Motion 5,� said Christina Austin, CEO of Pixel Film Studios. �inMotion3D Shatter blurs the line between professional and amateur making this plugin a certain game changer.�
Smash and shatter footage or still pictures as 3D fragments explode to disclose the following image from Pixel Film Studios. With all the 3D camera and lights in Motion 5, users may take their shatter effect one stage further. Spin, pivot or pan round the media as it shatters into countless tiny pieces.
Control the shatter of any footage inside Motion 5 and view as 3D fragments and shards fly by the camera. inMotion3D Shatter's animation is automatic and customizable, so users can simply drag, drop generators to the timeline, apply their media to the Drop Zone, and view as it shatters.
Utilize the controls within the inspector window to totally modify the Motion shatter template. Users can transform the amount, weight, gravity, thickness and impact with the shatter effect to make endless cool looks.
Users may add photos, videos or color solids to their shatter effect. Simply drag the press into the timeline and then put it on the generator. When the media is within the generator, users can uncheck the visibility box from the original media layer.
Designed for Motion 5, users can easily drag and drop the generator in to the timeline, and then adjust the appearance. With the 3D camera and light-weight sources for sale in Motion 5, users can cause more looks than ever.
FCPX Motion Plugins
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