MotionVFX: mReels, mTransition Mega Pack 2, mStyle Broken Glass & mReveal Basic for Final Cut Pro

The folks at MotionVFX have just released mReels into the wild, a collection of 50 eye-catching Final Cut Pro presets for vertical content shorts, also known as reels. They have also introduced mTransition Mega Pack 2, mStyle Broken Glass and mReveal Basic.

mReels

While everyone is catching up with vertical video content, you definitely need a way to stand out from the crowd. mReels is a pack of engaging, dynamic presets for Final Cut Pro designed to grab attention and send your video stats soaring!

Watch the tutorial below to learn how to use the mReels.

Speed up your workflow and produce high-quality content with mReels‘ eye-catching presets. They are inspired by the biggest Instagram trends!

PS: You might also be interested in mShorts for Final Cut Pro!

mTransition Mega Pack 2

With mTransition Mega Pack 2 for Final Cut Pro, you can add a huge variety of 130 transition effects to your toolkit and find the right one for any video edit!

mStyle Broken Glass

Shattered glass has become one of the most commonly used storytelling tools in cinema. With mStyle Broken Glass, you can easily create stunning, realistic broken glass presets in Final Cut Pro.

mReveal Basic

mReveal Basic is a diverse collection of over 100 universal revealers for Final Cut Pro. You can animate anything in and out of the screen in the way that suits your edit – from basic movements to distortions, aesthetic glows and masked reveals.

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