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Coremelt release SliceX with Mocha tracking for Final Cut Pro X #FCPX

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***Winners Announced***

We have seen it demoed, but today is the official release date for the updated plugin SliceX, the bezier masking tool for FCPX that now features Mocha tracking. We also have 3 copies to giveaway to lucky FCP.co readers!

Any FCPX editor cannot fail to be impressed by Coremelt's SliceX, it has come a long way in a short period of time. In response to customer requests, Coremelt added editable control points and now they've added Mocha tracking which adds a whole new level of operational ease to the plugin.

We saw the plugin demoed first hand at NAB this year and Roger Bolton has very kindly kept our Forum readers up to date with its development progress and prospective launch date, which happens to be today!

Pricing for the plugin is now at the recommended price of $149, if you have an existing licence then it's $79 to upgrade from SliceX to SliceX Powered by Mocha.

Coremelt have produced this new demo video showing SliceX powered by Mocha in action.

Congratulations to:

@dtrkman
@LrHector
@image90

Who have each won themselves a copy of SliceX powered by Mocha

The competition is now closed.

Roger has also very kindly given us 3 copies of SliceX powered by Mocha for FCPX to give away. To have a chance of winning one of the 3 licences each worth $149.99, all you have to do is tweet the title of this story and include @FCPdotCo in the tweet. The easiest way to do this is from the tweet button on the top left of the article. The winners will be picked at random from the tweets from now until Friday evening, so get tweeting!

At the recent NAB Show in Las Vegas last month, we caught up with Roger from Coremelt who gave us a demo on the show floor of SliceX with the new tracking features.

 

 

 


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I have also worked as a broadcast and corporate editor for over 30 years, starting on one inch tape, working through many formats, right up to today's NLEs.

Under the name Idustrial Revolution, I have written and sold plugins for Final Cut Pro for 13 years.

I was made a Freeman of Lichfield through The Worshipful Company of Smiths (established 1601). Though I haven't yet tried to herd a flock of sheep through the city centre!

Current Editing

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2020 has been busy, the beginning of the year was finishing off a new property series (cut on FCP) for Channel 4 called The Great House Giveaway. I also designed and built the majority of the graphics as Motion templates. It has been a great success and the shows grabbed more viewers in the 4pm weekday slot than any previous strand. It has been recommissioned by C4 for 60 episodes, including prime-time versions and five themed programmes. The shows have also been nominated for a 2021 BAFTA.

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Although both were postponed to later in the year, I worked again on ITV's coverage of the Tour de France and La Vuelta. 2020 was my 25th year of editing the TdF and my 20th year as lead editor. The Tour was the first broadcast show to adopt FCPX working for multiple editors on shared storage.

 

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As for software, my weapon of choice is Final Cut Pro and Motion, but I also have a good knowledge and broadcast credits with Adobe Premiere Pro, MOGRT design and Photoshop.

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I'm the creative force behind Idustrial Revolution, one of the oldest Final Cut Pro plugin developers. It hosts a range of commercial and free plugins on the site. One free plugin was downloaded over a thousand times within 24 hours of release.

I also take on custom work, whether it is adapting an existing plugin for a special use or designing new plugins for clients from scratch. Having a good knowledge of editing allows me to build-in flexibility and more importantly, usability.

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