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New FxFactory SplitScreen Effects for Final Cut Pro X

Noise Industries introduces CrumplePop SplitScreen X, built from the ground up exclusively for Final Cut Pro X and available through FxFactory.

Press release from Noise Industries:

Boston, MA – Noise Industries, developer of visual effects tools for the post-production and broadcast markets, introduces CrumplePop SplitScreen X, built from the ground up exclusively for Final Cut Pro X and available through FxFactory. With easy-to-use onscreen controls and a wide variety of rectangular and angular screen elements, users can add split screens to any project by simply dragging and dropping inside FCP X. New users can purchase SplitScreen X for 49 USD for a limited time, regularly 75 USD. Learn more  "We are very happy to finally be joining FxFactory. For years FxFactory has been providing a unique platform for third-party plug-in developers like CrumplePop, and we are extremely excited that this platform now supports Final Cut Pro X, the native environment for all new CrumplePop products going forward," said Gabriel Cheifetz, Co-Founder of CrumplePop.

SplitScreen X Feature Highlights Include:

38 Unique Rectangular and Angular Split Screens – The set includes a vast collection of new angular screens such as triangles and angled stripes.

Completely Adjustable in FCP X – Editors can customize split screens in several ways, making it easy to quickly create a wide variety of looks. Use sliders to position a screen along the X- or Y-axis, enter precise numerical values for exact matching, or use onscreen controls to quickly and easily re-center or scale screens.

Scale Any Clip – Scale any clip within any screen by grabbing the corner of any screen and dragging to adjust the size or by using the scale slider or numerical values. Users can also add keyframes to change the scale over time within the split screen.

Rotatable Split Screens Any split screen can be rotated to create a completely unique design. While the screens rotate, the video clips retain their normal orientation, allowing users to flip or transform any split screen.

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