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Two new plugins have been added to the growing portfolio of products that are available through FxFactory. A pack of transitions from Kingluma and some simple titling elements from Ripple Training.

We always like to give the new FCPX plugin maker a mention here on FCP.co. Well when we say new, we mean a new name as you wills see a bit later. 

Kingluma has released a $49 pack of transitions called Flux. Billed as 'high energy dynamic transitions for Final Cut Pro X, the 24 transitions are made up of four different styles of 6 types of effect. Thankfully the video hasn't been edited to Sideways Like a Crab!

 

The Flux transitions are available through the plugin management system Fxfactory so you can try them out fro free if you don't mind the watermark. Want to know a bit more? FxFactory has produced this demo video. 

 

The Flux transitions are available through the plugin management system Fxfactory so you can try them out fro free if you don't mind the watermark. Want to know a bit more? FxFactory has produced this demo video. 

 

We always like to do a bit of detective work to find out who is behind a name. We will leave the Googling to you, but we were surprised to find out that possibly the writer of these plugins actually works, or has worked in a senior position for a rival plugin manufacturer. Interesting.

 

On to another plugin developer who needs no internet searches to find out who put the pack together. mark Spencer has written a pack of 26 'simple' or 'flat' style titles called TitleMations, These highly customisable plugins follow the current trend for crisp and clear onscreen typography. They are also on sale at $39, down from the regular price of $49.

 

As you would expect, there is a watermarked trial to test the plugins out. There isn't a tutorial, there are five! We will post just the one here which concentrates on adjusting how graphics are revealed.

 

As you would expect, there is a watermarked trial to test the plugins out. There isn't a tutorial, there are five! We will post just the one here which concentrates on adjusting how graphics are revealed.

 

 

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