RT TimeWarps is a collection of Final Cut Pro time-based frame-repeating effects implemented as titles for easy application, trimming, and adjustment. Use them to reduce a clip’s frame rate, add subtle or extreme motion blur, and create echo and trailing effects on moving subjects.
RT TimeWarps are a set of 5 Final Cut Pro title effects that manipulate time by repeating frames. Super Strobe, for example, will allow you to reduce the frame rate of a clip by adjusting the strobe rate. Go as low as 1 frame per second and add optional dissolves between frames.
Add Motion Blur
Motion blur is often added to a moving subject to make it appear more natural. Simply connect our Motion Blur title effect above a clip that has a fast moving object (or objects) and you’re done.
Reiterate Your Frames
Echo Blend, Wide Time and Super Trails creates multiple instances of a clip’s frames over time, but each works in a different way to produce different types of time-based looks.
Not sure how Timewarp plugin works? No problem. With a single click you can bring up a QuickTip that will give you guidance on the best use-cases for that particular plugin. Additionally, our help movie will give you awesome tips both for the type of footage to use and cool ways to use them.
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RT Adjustment Layer is a free Final Cut Pro X plugin that allows you to apply the same color correction, effect, or transformation to multiple clips in the Timeline. It’s also great for creating moveable markers.