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Classic FCP7 Alpha Transitions in FCPX 04 Jan 2012 06:43 #2947

One of my favorite transitions from Final Cut Pro 7 was the Alpha transitions.

So here is my take on the alpha transitions.
Before you add your media


After



You can download it from my website here

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Re: Classic FCP7 Alpha Transitions in FCPX 04 Jan 2012 13:38 #2951

Thank you very much for your template....

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Re: Classic FCP7 Alpha Transitions in FCPX 04 Jan 2012 13:40 #2952

I have put a link to your website in my french blog
Here

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Re: Classic FCP7 Alpha Transitions in FCPX 05 Jan 2012 19:19 #2970

@f_wood2 thanks for linking to me

Some Tech notes worth mentioning. While adding all 3 types of clips allows for the Alpha transition to perform just like it did in Final Cut Pro 7, adding a Wipe Matte Only does not create the desired wipe only effect. To get the same wipe only effect that was possible in Final Cut Pro 7, add your wipe matte to the Wipe Matte drop zone and the Clip Alpha Matte drop zone. This will produce a clean looking wipe. Again this is only if you have a Wipe Matte Only and not any of the other clips. To create your own wipes using this transition, the “Wipe Matte” must go from White (Full Opacity of the outgoing Clip) to Black (Complete Transparency of the outgoing clip).

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Re: Classic FCP7 Alpha Transitions in FCPX 03 Feb 2012 11:21 #3798

I have updated the transition to support longer transitions.

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Re: Classic FCP7 Alpha Transitions in FCPX 04 Feb 2012 03:44 #3836

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Does it make sense to give updated transitions and effect a new name? The reason I ask is that I applied a transition to a video a few weeks ago and then downloaded a newer version of that effect (I guess I let the system delete the original and replace it with the new version) and now the video shows missing media in each place the original transition was. I have used your original alpha transition also on a project so maybe I should rename your new version (if you haven't done that).
Creating history....one edit at a time !

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Re: Classic FCP7 Alpha Transitions in FCPX 04 Feb 2012 07:45 #3844

You can rename it, I will also look into a way of updating transitions without having to rename and causing transitions to be offline.

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Re: Classic FCP7 Alpha Transitions in FCPX 30 Nov 2012 15:15 #18029

Please excuse me if my question is very stupid but I am fairly new to Final Cut X.
What should I do to install the Alpha Transitions?
Thanks.

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Re: Classic FCP7 Alpha Transitions in FCPX 03 Dec 2012 01:58 #18098

There should be an installer that downloads. Open that up and click install. You will need media for alpha transitions. Apple has some available to download.

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