Fade in, fade out…this is one of those plugins that does exactly what it says on the box. For free. This plugin is one of my many free fcp transitions here on Stupid Raisins.
Fading in and out was one of the first transition effects ever used in filmmaking, and it’s just as effective today for seamlessly blending one clip into the next as it was all those years ago.
Take a look at how Citizen Kane uses the same effect in one of the most iconic movies of all time:
Because you don’t always need flashy transitions or effects to add the finishing touch to a project, that’s why. Don’t get me wrong, I love cool transitions. But sometimes, Fade In Fade Out is all you need to get the job done.
I created this plugin for 3 reasons:
Well, Fade In Fade Out is about as straightforward as it gets.
If you’re looking to give a quick shot of professionalism to your current project then Fade In Fade Out is the ticket. Just get your free download here, and add it to Final Cut Pro. You’ll find the plugin under Effects as Stupid Raisins Fade In Fade Out.
To use the plugin, here’s what you have to do. First, click and drag it into your project timeline. Then, drop it. Next, adjust the fade in/out options. And…you’re done. In just a few seconds, you’ll have sleek, compelling transitions, and you won’t even have to spend a cent.
Consider it an early birthday present 🙂
Hey there. I'm Dylan Higginbotham, and I'm pretty dang obsessed with Final Cut Pro X plugins. Subscribe below because I love giving away free plugins and contributing great content.
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