What it is ? – This is a Tilt Shift Effect aka Miniaturize for FInal Cut Pro X
How it works ? – click the launch button. Motion 5 will start itself. When Motion is open click save as. Write a template name - Tilt Shift and choose category RGB HOUSE or make it. Click Publish and you are done. If you don’t have Motion 5 look at support site - how to install in FCP.
In Final Cut Pro you will find in Effects RGB HOUSE group, where will be Tilt Shift. Drag this Effect directly on clip in timeline. When it’s there You can easily adjust blur amount, place sharp field UP or DOWN and SKEW - a kind of rotation. Check video demo on support site.
System requirements ? - Lion and Final Cut Pro X or Motion 5, rendering time depends on your machine.
Easy self extraction.
Ratings and Reviews
I never downloaded the old version, but this version installed by itself flawlessly, and works so well. It is a little limited since you are not using a true mask or anything but for the price, how can you complain. As long as it installs and does what it shows you on the video demonstration, it’s absolutely worth it. So far I love it! It saved me so much time in a pinch. Thanks for the awesome app!
Install Problems -- - Here's how to fix it !!
I'm going to explain the workaround on how to install this mediocre plugin ….
OK .. 1) Go to your 'Applications' folder and locate the "Tilt-Shift" app.. 2) 'Right-Click' it and select 'Show Package Contents' .. 3) Open the 'Contents' folder .. 4) Open the 'Resources' folder .. 5) 'Double-click' the "Tilt-Shift .moef" file …. This will open up Motion 5 …. 6) From this point follow the instructions provided on this page or in the app where they have Motion 5 opened …. It will work.
The installer is totally lame. It doesnt work, just like everyone is complaining about… So fix the problem already! AT LEAST re-write your explanation on here of how to install it. Put a work around …
Difficult to install, but after the hassel it does what it says
I spent about 20minutes trying to get this plugin to install. The directions say just click "Lauch button" and it will launch in Motion 5, but after repeated attempts it would never open. I ended up having to go to into the source files and open the motion file. After that I followed the instructions and it worked well. I've only used it on one clip so far, but the product does exactly what it says. It is by no means a replacement for a tilt-shift lens, but is a good substitute for the price-tag.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.