ScreenStitch+ for FCPX
ScreenStitch+ is the follow up to our earlier product (ScreenStitch) and the “+” means a lot of great features added. Features include: 80 split-screen presets, control over bar thickness, control over bar X and Y…animate in the bars to create transitions of each image. Many of the familiar split screen variations plus many you haven’t yet seen…AND tweak each effect for countless variations!
ScreenStitch+ comes with 80 presets that contain vertical, horizontal, diagonal, and even many special shapes and splits. Some of these are the standard split-screens you’ve come to rely on but many are some you’ve never seen before. Play the video below to see all 80 presets that come with ScreenStitch+.
Not only do you have a wide variety of split-screen presets and choices, but the control that you have over these is unmatched! Control the image X Y location, image scaling, bar thickness, and even bar location just by utilizing easy controls inside FCPX.
Ability to Key-Frame Animations
With ScreeStitch+ you can even add key frames and animate in the bars for “reveal” type transitions. Key-frame the X and Y of any image to transition in or out each individual image. The variety you can create is only limited to your creativity.
How to Use ScreenStitch+ in FCPX
1. Prepare the clips you want to use on the FCPX timeline, stack them on top of each other, and size them up to be the same length (for organizational proposes).
2. Create new clips out of each clip (Right click each clip and create new clips).
3. Drag a desired ScreenStitch+ effect from the Generators tab onto the timeline. Place it over the clips and size it up the be the same length.
4. Select the ScreenStitch+ effect and place the playhead at the beginning of the ScreenStitch+ Generator.
5. Select a drop zone in the ScreenStitch+ Generator located in the inspections window (top right) then select the desired clip. NOTE when selecting each clip for the desired drop zone, you must place your cursor at the very first frame of that clip. Repeat this process for each dropzone and desired clip then select “Apply Clip”.
6. It’s a good idea to keep the stacked clips on the timeline underneath the ScreenStitch+ generator so you can make changes to them later on and re-insert them into the drop zones. When you’re finished, disable the original clips’ views.