Parks and Re-Creation

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7 Transitional Segments
On-Screen Controls
Tint Controls
Border Color/Width Controls
Texts & Titles Optional
& More Drop Zones.

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Recreate the famous TV show opener. Sometimes imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.

Parks and Re-Creation is a fast paced template for Motion or FCP X that pays homage to the original full length television intro, making it great for a humorous corporate opener. It features 32 drop zones and 9 changeable texts. The text background color can be universally changed as well. It can be installed in Motion or FCP X. Both versions are identical in look and function.

Final Cut Pro X 10.2.3 & Motion 5.2.3 (or later)

Download includes a Motion template, FCP X template and detailed instructions.

Music: NOT included, available here

Font: FREE, available here

3 reviews for Parks and Re-Creation

  1. M V (verified owner)

    Doesn’t work.

    • Bret FX (verified owner)

      Well sure it does. You don’t give any details, but if your having trouble with Apples wacky implementation of drop zones, here’s a tutorial on drop zones that might help

  2. Tony (verified owner)

    Another cool plugin from Bret. Much detail put into this creation. Outstanding!

  3. Ryan (verified owner)

    Great plugin. Easy to use and edit. A little tough to get the right frames on longer clips, but it exceeds what you typically see in a plugin at this price.

    • Bret FX (verified owner)

      Thank you! As to the drop zones, this is unfortunately a limitation (or long standing bug) with FCP X. Wherever you click in the video you wish to use syncs up with the start of the template, not the drop zone itself. The established workaround, especially for Templates like this with multiple drop zones, is to place the clip in the timeline above the drop zone, then add a slug or solid in front of it all the way back to the start of the template, compound the clip and slug together, and then use the compound as the source for the drop zone. Check out this article and video from my friend Deyson of Motion Master Templates for more info-

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