***Winners posted***

Previewed at this year's NAB, CrumplePop has released ColorKit Suite, a new collection of color and film tool plugins for Final Cut Pro X. Each suite is worth $499 and we have 5 to giveaway in our largest ever competition.

CrumplePop has released their new suite of plugins for FCPX called ColorKit Suite. The $499 pack, discounted at the moment to $299 consists of four different plugins ranging from grading tools & light leaks to a plugin that adds film grain. The focus of the pack is to get your video looking as if it was shot on emulsion and processed with chemicals, thus introducing all the desired film characteristics and artifacts. We had a sneak preview of the pack from CrumplePop when we caught up with them at this year's SuperMeet in Las Vegas and they have very kindly given us 5 copies to give away to readers.

Congratualtions to the five winners. The competition is now closed


To have a chance of winning a copy, all you have to do is Tweet the headline of the story. The easiest way to do this is by clicking the Tweet button on the top left of the article. Winners will be picked at random from the Tweets between now and Friday night, so get tweeting!


Grain35 $199

"Grain35 is real 35mm and 16mm film grain that you can easily add to your own footage. Just drag and drop Grain35 onto your clips to add the beautiful texture of real photochemically processed film. Grain35 includes the signature grain of 6 different 35mm and 16mm film stocks and is available at both 1920×1080 and 4K resolutions. Grain35 works with Final Cut Pro 7 and X."

This set of plugins might be familiar to readers as we published the story on how the pack was financed through KickStarter.


OverLight $49

"OverLight makes it easy to apply washed-out glows and lens flares to your footage. Simply drag OverLight onto your clip to add a subtle, organic light texture that is impossible to create digitally. Extensive opacity and color controls allow you to customize each overlay. OverLight works with Final Cut Pro X only."