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CrumplePop's Metal Titles for Final Cut Pro

CrumplePop recently released Metal, a new titling tool to help you create awesome metallic titling effects in Final Cut Pro.  Metal is great for busy editors who want to save time, but still get high-quality metallic titles into their project just by typing text and rendering.  It works right on the Final Cut Pro timeline, without having to go into other titling applications.

metal.pngCrumplePop's Metal titles have that steely, diamond plate look, to give your project that mean, blockbuster look to them.  Text that looks like it was chiseled from heavy guage metal plate.  You can also use Metal with logos to give it that "dipped in steel" feel.  With Metal, you have four different choices such as, Steel, Copper, Chrome-plated steel, and Steel Diamond plate.  Also included is built-in transitions that allow you to explode the titles into and out of the frame, and keyframeable lens flares.  It even comes with "whoosh" sounds to accompany your titles.  Check out the demo at CrumplePop's website and give it a try!

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