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Today's feature is a free plug-in for Final Cut Pro that uses a wave to progressively distort a transition between clips.



Read on to find out more about this cool transition...


You can download the plug-in for free from it's creators' site Alex4d.  The transition can give you that "flashback" kind of feel.  Once downloaded, you will find the transition under the Effects Tab in your Browser window, under Video Transitions > Dissolve > Alex4D Wave. 

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You can also open up the transition in your transition editor, and play with the different controls to tweak it to make it your own.

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Don't forget when it comes to downloading plug-ins that you're placing them in the correct destination folder and that you restart your application after you've downloaded the file.  The correct path to follow is Mac HD > Library > Application Support > Final Cut Pro System Support > Plug-Ins

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