All plugins/templates work on M1 Macs
Create Complex Layouts of video clips with intact audio
Especially useful with setups like SC Multiscreen (but can be used with any other effect. (Follow the Instructions included in the download.)
[This plugin effect will remain free for as long as SC Multiscreen is free.]
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FCPXTemplates.com is the “storefront” for Sight-Creations (the d.b.a. for F. X. Mahoney a.k.a., “Fox” Mahoney) since Nov. 1, 2013. There are also galleries of some of my work, a few online tools like the Motion Template Backdater, and several blog entries.
It’s difficult to have to do everything involved in maintaining this site on top of developing plugins and templates, so the blog entries are a little more sparse than I would like. I have been creating Motion templates for Final Cut Pro since 2009. Many of the first templates I created for Final Cut Pro X were originally made for FCP 7!
I do not believe in creating “themed” assets — you know the type: 24 different variations of the same template for you to choose from. Why waste that much space on your hard drive? My templates are designed for a wide latitude of options so that you can create your own variation from (in most cases) a single template. I’m trying to save you time, not waste it by making you pick and choose what will probably not be exactly what you want!
I am very involved in customer support. It is very important to me that you can use my products for what you need. If it is determined during support that you cannot use my templates, either from compatibility issues or they are “just not right for your needs” — I will refund your purchase. Support is on the main menu!
I would like to recommend that you do yourself a favor and purchase the Sight-Creations Essentials bundle, or at least, Highlighter 2. They will grow on you! The more you use them, the more valuable they will become.
I hope you find what you’re looking for! Come back often!
Published articles by Fox Mahoney
- How to generate subtitles in Final Cut Pro X by using Motion generators
- Free Tutorial: The third dimension in Apple’s Motion -and beyond
- Tutorial: Passing Time on the Final Cut Pro X Storyline
- The mysteries of OSC in Final Cut Pro X revealed, Part 1
- Controlling shapes: The mysteries of OSC in Final Cut Pro X revealed, Part 2
- We built a pool! Publishing animating Motion textures to Final Cut Pro X
- Apple Motion’s Custom Behavior — The Diamond in the Rough
Due to circumstances beyond my control, I haven’t had time to write more articles since the last one.