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Hip Effects for Final Cut Pro

stylish new HD title effects package for Final Cut Pro

CrumplePop's Freemeo is a stylish new HD title effects package for Final Cut Pro. Freemeo can be downloaded for free on the CrumplePop web site. With Freemeo, you can instantly create bright pink, yellow, blue, and white titles and lower thirds without leaving Final Cut Pro.

"Freemeo lets you drop titles into your FCP project, and they look a lot like that video sharing site for cool kids," said Gabriel Cheifetz, Creative Director at CrumplePop. "We won't say which one, but it rhymes with 'Freemeo'. Freemeo comes in bright pink, blue, orange, and white, and it's a really quick and versatile effect. You can use Freemeo for titles or lower thirds, and you can mix and match colors and sizes. Just type in your text, crop to fit, and you're done."

CrumplePop Example Video from Gabriel Cheifetz on Vimeo.

Freemeo is a suite of Final Cut Pro Master Templates, and works with most standard HD resolutions, including 1920x1080 and 1280x720. Freemeo also works with standard definition projects. Freemeo works out of the box as a lower third generator for 16x9 frames, but it also allows you to crop and combine as many title elements and colors wherever you like on a single frame. Freemeo requires MacOS 10.4 (Tiger) or 10.5 (Leopard) and Final Cut Studio 2.

Freemeo Screen Shot

CrumplePop is part of 612 Authentic Media, an award-winning film, tv, and web production studio located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Copyright 2009 612 Authentic Media. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, and Final Cut Studio are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries. - Minneapolis, MN - Published on 06/01/09


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