Ninja Ken Burns Techniques in Final Cut Pro X

April 14, 2019 3 Comments

Ninja Ken Burns Techniques in Final Cut Pro X

Want to know some awesome ninja tricks with image moves? In this tutorial we  push the Ken Burns tool in Final Cut Pro X to the limit. Variable speed zooms, automatic jump cuts and easy swapping of media, all possible without leaving the FCPX timeline.

 

You can find our updated XEffects Toolkit 2 here

At NAB before a session, we were talking about these ninja tricks to Steve Martin from Ripple Training. He was so impressed he asked us to show the techniques to the audience as a guest presenter! 

 





3 Responses

ahmad alhazeem
ahmad alhazeem

May 10, 2019

thank you so match for the lesson. god plus you

Chris
Chris

May 10, 2019

Fantastic tricks, made me feel like a novice not knowing the extra options for time remapping, many thanks for sharing!

Brad
Brad

May 10, 2019

Great tutorial! Thanks.

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