It consists of seven different words, each with its own path.
In the published parameter window
The first checkbox is used to make the text visible, the second to reverse the path, then there is a slider to adjust the opacity level. Another checkbox allows you to edit the text in FCP and finally the window where you write the text. to edit the text in FCP, after selecting the checkbox, place the cursor in the timeline about halfway through the filter length and then double click on the corresponding word that appears in the middle of the canvas window. Now you can change color, font, size, and so on. At the end of the published parameter window you will find the background settings: a checkbox to make it solid or transparent, an opacity amount slider, and a color adjustment window. You can use all the words at the same time or in the number you think fit right.
Unzip the attachment and put the folder “ Winding Words “ in User/ Your name/ Movies/Motion Templates/Titles/Pielle
I am new to FCPX so please forgive me if I appear a little are a lot ignorant.
I have downloaded the zip file and unzipped it then placed it in the folder as indicated.
However Final Cut pro 10.4.2 does not seem to see the file.
can you tell me what I am doing wrong
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Winding Words: Free 3D Titles plugin
30 May 2018 13:34 #95749
I made a fresh installation of the title plugin and everything is OK.
But if you don’t have Motion installed you have to create the folders
this is a link to a video tutorial: .
I noticed that if you open the plugin in Motion the program will notify you the lack of the "TheRoots” font.
The font is not a system font, I used it (while I was editing the presentation video) but then I chose to use the system font: "Banco" I therefore enclose the correct plugin with the font Banco; however, since the TheRoots font is free if you like it you can download it at this link: it.fontriver.com/font/the_roots/
Have nice day Pielle