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HELP - Looking for titling plugin that mimics ESPN's Pardon the Interruption 18 Apr 2017 17:57 #87284

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Hello all,

First-time poster. Nice to meet you!

I'm wondering if any of you know of a titling plug-in for Final Cut X that mimics the look of ESPN's Pardon the Interruption. I attached a screenshot. Basically, I'd like to be able to have the sidebar "rundown" animate as I go through topics in my video. It would be hugely helpful if there were supporting elements like the lower third.

If there isn't such a plug-in, how would I go about creating one, or hiring someone to create one?

Thanks so much for any help you can provide.
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HELP - Looking for titling plugin that mimics ESPN's Pardon the Interruption 19 Apr 2017 04:53 #87316

Welcome Nick to fcp.co :)

jcomminc wrote:
… If there isn't such a plug-in, how would I go about creating one, or hiring someone to create one? ….

… not aware, I have seen exactly THIS design as a plugin, but have you flipped thru the usual suspects, motionvfx.com or videohive,com ?

I don't know this show, but I guess, that yellow bar steps thru the lines… gradients move … everything scrolls in nicely ....

uhm well, when you know HOW, that is an easy job in Motion …
as I said in some other thread "no beginners task, but no rocket science" :silly:

to finish it, probably done within hours … don't know your local tariffs for motion-graphic-designers, specialized in Motion …

cheap/fast/good … take two ;)
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HELP - Looking for titling plugin that mimics ESPN's Pardon the Interruption 19 Apr 2017 18:38 #87341

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cheap/fast/good … take two ;)

As my career progressed, I came to believe this was, more accurately and far more often: CHEAP-FAST-GOOD, pick one.
If cheap, neither fast nor good.
If good, nighter cheap nor fast.
If fast, neither cheap nor good.
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