HalfLightHalfLight is a collection of optically-captured light leak transitions built specifically for FCP X. Just drag and drop HalfLight onto a clip to add beautiful, organic flash transitions to your footage. An extensive set of controls allows you to customize the color and opacity properties of each transition. HalfLight works with Final Cut Pro X only.
works inside Final Cut Pro X
SD, 720 & 1080
supports all major codecs
Completely CustomizableCrumplePop HalfLight comes with intuitive real-time controls so you can dial in the look you want. Changing the opacity, brightness, hue and the direction of the transition are all a click away. As always, you have full control over the transition speed directly on the timeline.
15 Natural Light Leak TransitionsCrumplePop HalfLight features 15 unique light leak transitions. HalfLight includes a multitude of crash and wipe style transitions that can all be customized and changed to fit your needs. Whether you need a slow, haunting glow dissolve or a split-second flash, HalfLight delivers a naturalistic transition that is impossible to fake using digitally generated effects.
Works Inside FCP XThe transitions in HalfLight were designed from the ground up for FCP X. They can be dropped between your clips and previewed in real time – with no need to wait for rendering. You can apply them to video, images, titles or generators. Plus, in addition to transitions between two clips they can also be used to intro or outro a single clip.
|Editing platform||Final Cut Pro X|
|Hardware requirements||Mac with Intel Core 2 Duo processor or better, 2GB RAM|
|Graphics card requirements||OpenCL-capable graphics card or Intel HD Graphics 3000 or later|
|OS requirements||OS X v10.6.8 or better|
|Supported codecs||All codecs supported by Final Cut Pro X|
|Supported resolutions||All resolutions supported by Final Cut Pro X|
|Regional Support||NTSC, PAL|
All Canon DSLRs, All Nikon DSLRs, All Panasonic DSLRs,
Black Magic Cinema Camera (ProRes mode),
Sony NEX, HVR, HXR, HDR and PMW series camcorders,
Panasonic AG, AF, HMC, HDC, HC series camcorders,
GoPro® HD Hero and HD Hero2,
most other h.264 and AVCHD format cameras.