SliceX powered by Mocha has been a huge success. It's just had a speed tweak under the hood, a whole new set of tutorials and the best news of all, a price drop to $99.
When we first saw SliceX powered by Mocha running in Final Cut Pro X, we knew it would be popular. It makes the tracking and masking of objects a very simple task. This process done manually would take hours and the finished result wouldn't be as good.
Roger Bolton from Coremelt has told us that the plugin has just had an update which makes the tracking engine run faster as well as giving more accurate results. This is a free upgrade to all existing customers, just download the plugin and run the installer.
SliceX powered by Mocha has also been reduced to $99, it was priced at $149, which is an amazing price reduction for a very clever plugin for FCPX. Not too sure? There's a 15 day free trial available.
Roger has produced four new tutorials showing SliceX in different tasks. (Videos may take a little while to buffer.)
How to cut holes in masks
Use SliceX masks with any effect
Combining Mocha tracking and stabilisation
Combining tracking and keyframe animation
And we mustn't forget Roger's great run through of SliceX at NAB this year.