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Free! Seven Hundred Plus Free Final Cut Pro X Plug-Ins, Templates & Other Resources, Courtesy of CoreMelt’s Roger Bolton.
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Free! Seven Hundred Plus Free Final Cut Pro X Plug-Ins, Templates & Other Resources, Courtesy of CoreMelt’s Roger Bolton.

by adminFebruary 1, 2016


Apple’s Final Cut Pro X non-linear movie editor (NLE) seems to still draw criticism despite Hollywood feature films, feature documentaries and TV shows being successfully edited with it. The critics’ loss and our gain, for the rest of us.

I and my partner love FCPX and the third party paid and free plug-ins ecosystem that sprang up around it. Some of our favorite FCPX plug-ins, commercial and free, are made by Australian-owned software company CoreMelt.

If you haven’t tried CoreMelt plug-ins, especially its mocha-driven trio DriveX, SliceX and TrackX, or top-end motion stabilizer Lock & Load, then hop on over and download the free trials. I also highly recommend CoreMelt’s free plug-ins including a version of SliceX.

Meanwhile CoreMelt’s Roger Bolton has been busy compiling a database of free FCPX resources from plug-ins, generators, titles, and transitions through apps to tutorials. So far FCPXfree.com lists over 700 free FCPX assets and I wouldn’t be surprised if that collection keeps growing.

I used to spend far too long scouring the web and user forums looking for free FCPX resources. I am so glad Roger Bolton is doing it for us now.

Via FCPXFREE.com:

Welcome to FCPXFree.com, we aim to be the internets number one site for all kinds of Free FCP X resources – motion templates, plugins, tutorials, transitions, titles and more. We hope you find us useful.

Currently listing 718 free items and growing!

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Visit FCPXFree.com for over 600 Plugins, Templates, Tutorials and more…

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Karin Gottschalk

Karin Gottschalk

Karin is a documentary moviemaker, journalist, photographer and teacher who conceived and cofounded an influential, globally-read, Australian magazine of contemporary art, culture and photography. While based in Europe, contributing to the magazine and working in advertising, she visualised a future telling the same sorts of stories with a movie camera and audio recorder. Now back in her home base in Sydney, Karin is pursuing her goal of becoming an independent, one-person, backpack multimedia journalist and documentary moviemaker. Mentorless and un-filmschooled, she is constantly learning and sharpening up her skill set.

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