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Your Ultimate Jump Cut Smoothener for FCPX

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With the 10.3 update of Final Cut Pro X Apple introduced the embedded Flow Transition that works very similar to our mMorphCut Plugin. We do our best to provide the best tools for FCPX & Motion users, but we also understand that Apple copies from the best and now there is no reason for you to buy it. However, if you like what we do and still want to support us, or you simply don’t plan to update to 10.3 and macOS Sierra, we discounted it to $9. Thank you for all your support!

Fluid
Transition

Automatically fill gaps between two similar frames. It's useful for interviews and videoblogs but can be used in virtually any project that contains jump cuts.

Instant
Results

One-click action replaces jump cuts with smooth transitions. Drag, drop and forget, it’s that easy.

 

 

 

 

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION




Supported software

FCPX 10.2.2 (or later)

System

Mac OS X 10.10.5 (or later)

Size

18.9 MB


Jump cuts can be really annoying when it comes to editing an interview or a video blog. Creating a really smooth
video without any unnecessary pauses, breathing spaces and hesitations can be really challenging without any help
from external software. That’s why mMorphCut was created. With this amazing one-click plugin you can morph a jump
cut between similar footages into a seamless transition. Just drag, drop and forget. No more B-rolls, jerky transitions,
fade-ins or cross dissolves. That’s how it should be done.