// download, double-click zp un-zip and drag folder into ~/Movies/Motion Templates/Effects //
… there’s no DuoTone filter in FCPX?? Hard to believe.
Anyhow, now there is:
It does what it says - applies a DuoTone Filter, which is a bit different than just tinting the pic.
For those who are familiar with Photoshop etc, the published parameters are self-explanatory; if not, just try
Set Contrast for a clean White, and set Pivot for a clean Black.
I added an Unsharp-Mask-filter, in case you like to accomplish that fancy über-sharp look, you actually see in so many ads, as for example for Gold-Rush (interesting for movie-makers: try to catch one of the BTS episodes, superb executed 'reality'-TV with an incredible effort, just to record big boys playing in the dirt )
Very Good, Karsten! You have filled a gap with this filter. It seems works very well, plus it will be very useful in a job that I am planning. I thought to using some extreme grading, but this will simplify a lot of things to me.
Complimenti ... Luigi
Just another 'translation' of generic advice I found on several Photoshop/Pixelmator/Affinity websites into 'Motion lingo' - and this one was literally done in minutes … many tools from the pic-processors find their equivalents in Motion.
Puzzled, that not more of such translations fill our depository of plugins …