Motion tracking in FCPX with CoreMelt TrackX & SliceX

I was recently invited to try out the TrackX and SliceX FCP plugins from CoreMelt. I’ve needed to use motion tracking on a few jobs in the past and have always relied on After Effects for the task. The TrackX and SliceX plugins from CoreMelt offer up the ability to do motion tracking directly with the FCP Interface which is a real positive for me.

I’ve only been experimenting with the plugin for a couple of days now and compared to using After Effects it’s extremely simple to get great results. I’m not going to show any examples of my own usage as yet as I’m still learning the basics but here’s a video showing some of the results that can be achieved.

I’ll be posting more of a tutorial / review in the near future showing how the tools within the plugin are especially useful for me but I’d recommend watching the examples below showing what’s possible with SliceX and TrackX.

To find out more about the plugin visit the CoreMelt website

Samples of tracking graphics and text in FCP X using TrackX powered by mocha
Samples of tracking graphics and text in FCP X using TrackX powered by mocha
CoreMelt SliceX powered by mocha - Quick Look
CoreMelt SliceX powered by mocha - Quick Look

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  1. Mark Crosbie-Smith says:

    That is really supercool… thanks for sharing Paul :)

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