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Tuesday
May012012

Callouts: A New Plug-in for Final Cut Pro X

Callouts is Ripple Training's first plug-in product - it was created with Motion 5 and works exclusively in Final Cut Pro X. 

Callouts is a Final Cut Pro X plug-in that puts the power of emphasis into your hands.  Add arrows, shapes, magnifiers, animated map trajectories, speech and thought bubbles and much more to your next video project. Callouts can be used for instructional or whimsical purposes, and they never fail to make their point.  To see how they work in Final Cut Pro X, click the image above or click here.

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Reader Comments (5)

Mark,
As soon as I saw these advertised I knew I had to get them. They are absolutely fantastic!! So easy to modify and you have really thought through the different variations people would need to use. Time saving at its best! I think your best resource so far!!!! (Tough call with all the great tutorials too!)

May 7, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterPeter

Thanks, Peter, folks seem to like them!

May 7, 2012 | Registered CommenterMark Spencer

Good plugin. With ths plugin it's realy easier to point anything out.

Love the look of these callouts; exactly what I need for my podcast.

So far, I'm playing with the free trial. What I don't like is that FxFactory installs seemingly bazillions of things to FCPX and naturally they are all trials. My question is: when you buy Callouts, does it need FxFactory or will it work in FCPX without it? If not, is there a way to eliminate some of the other trials? It's a bit like installing ad-spam in FCPX.

BTW, just found this blog and the Ripple Training site yesterday as I'm working on an FCPX trial this week (absolutely certain to buy at this point with Motion 5). Excellent work to both you and Steve.

May 13, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterPaul-Marcel

Steve, glad you like them - if you launch FxFactory, you can easily disable any plugins you don't want to see in FCP X by clicking the checkbox that appears when you move the pointer over them.

May 14, 2012 | Registered CommenterMark Spencer

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