Introducing my new “Fine Line” theme collection for Final Cut Pro!
This collection includes 10 themes, and each theme includes 6 flow modules and one custom transition per theme.
That’s a total of 70 items that you can use in your Final Cut Pro projects.
Flow Modules are a new type of template from Izzy Video. They’re designed to easily flow from one module to another one.
These themes are useful in real video projects. You can use them to add visual interest to your work, and you can use them to save time by not having to build the motion graphics separately.
These templates are easy to use. You simply drag them from the Titles Browser into your project, pick images/video clips for the drop zones, adjust the colors, and you’re ready to go.
The templates will work in projects up to 4K in size.
I’m releasing these with a liberal license so you can use the themes and other elements in an unlimited number of projects and store them on an unlimited number of computers that you own. The only real limitation is that you can’t turn around and resell my templates, either stand-alone or within a bundle of other templates.
Questions and Answers
What version of Final Cut Pro X do you need for the themes?
These themes require a minimum of Final Cut Pro X version 10.4.8 (the current version) to work.
If you’re still using an earlier version of Final Cut Pro, you could optionally get the theme collection now and then use the templates later once you’ve upgraded Final Cut Pro.
Do you need Motion to use these themes?
No, you do not need Motion. You can use them in Final Cut Pro X as they are, and there are several customization capabilities within Final Cut Pro directly. If you have Motion too, you can open them in Motion and do even further customization.
Do the Drop Zones in the themes work with photos as well as video?
Yes, you can put either photos or video clips inside the drop zones.
Can you adjust the text in the templates?
Yes, all of the current text is placeholder text that you can replace and customize as you need.
Can you adjust the duration of the templates in a project?
Yes, you can adjust the duration in Final Cut Pro by trimming the clip in your project like you would trim any other clip. As you adjust the duration, it will change the speed of the animations accordingly.
If you have more questions that I didn’t answer here, please let me know so I can update this section.
Please note: The sample video clips and the music in the demo videos on this page are not included in your purchase.