Disorienting Effects for FCPX
Product Compatible with Apple Silicon M1
Add visual distortion to any footage using ProVertigo for Final Cut Pro X. Create dynamic scenes that include realistic war zones, super power demonstrations, regaining consciousness, intoxication displays, point of view dizziness, and visually engaging migraines. Fade in, fade out or keep the effect at full blast throughout the entire scene. Adding incredible disorientation has never been easier.
*This plugin has strict system requirements that must be met to achieve the full effect.
Disorienting Effects with ProVertigo for FCPX
Impair the Audience’s Vision
Simulate the visual effects of an explosion or flash grenade using ProVertigo. Fade in the effect to create a realistic representation of ocular impairment. To use, simply drag the effect from the Titles Browser and place it directly on top of footage. Place it where the disorientation should start within the timeline and stretch it in the timeline to choose an endpoint.
Shaky Cam Controls
Unsettle the audience using dynamic shaky camera effects in the Inspector window. First, adjust the amount of movement in the camera. Then, control the speed of the shakiness by moving around the Frequency slider. Manipulate the Noisiness slider to add extra movement and randomize the animation by clicking on the New Shake button.
Create Double Vision
Adjust the distortion controls in ProVertigo to create a double vision effect. Adjust the opacity to make the duplication more or less visible. Then move the Clone Spread slider to alter the distance of the clone layers to be more near or far from the source. Finally, adjust the Rotation Amount slider to add spinning distortion to the double vision.
Wide Range of Uses
ProVertigo provides users with an ample variety of uses. Show viewers the pain and disorientation of an intense migraine, or the disorientation that comes directly after a flash grenade. Users are also able to add realistic dizziness to any point of view shot. Display super powers, intoxication, and many more subjects using ProVertigo for Final Cut Pro X.