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As Final Cut Pro has matured over the years, there are a variety of places where you can purchase plug-ins.  Some of these sites provide free plug-ins. 

Here is a list of my favorite places to find effects plug-ins for Final Cut Pro.

Too Much Too Soon: A free set of plugins that I’ve found to be extremely useful. Check out the free 'wind blur' filter.

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Joe’s Filters:  An inexpensive set of filters for Final Cut Pro

CGM Plugins:  For the money, this is my favorite set of plug-ins.  Better yet, you can download them instantly.  If you own a legacy version of Final Cut Pro, Volume 1 used to ship with Final Cut Pro 3.0.  Those plugins still work with Final Cut Pro 6.0. You can follow this link for instructions for installing plugins for Final Cut Pro.

Boris Continuum: My next favorite set of plugins for Final Cut Pro is Boris Continuum Complete 6.  These plugins definitely will take your effects to the next level.

Some of the better plugins sites also worth looking at are:

ToolFarm: Final Cut Pro Plug-ins from Nattress
GenArts Sapphire:  GenArts is known for their high quality plugins.
CHV-Electronics
Andy’s Plugins
: Looks like another set of free filters.
CoreMelt
Red Giant Plugins
FX Factory

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