Smooth Zoom FCPX Preset

This is a free preset for Final Cut Pro X to achieve Zoom transitions like a hyper zoom with motion blur, to make your video edits more interesting with these transitions. You can also get a cross zoom effect by using the opposite presets for the start and the end.

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To install the preset in Final Cut Pro X

  1. Unzip the file
  2. Open Finder
  3. Go to “GO”
  4. Choose “Go to Folder…”
  5. Type in with replacing (yourusername) with the proper User Name :

    /Users/ (yourusername) /Library/Application Support/ProApps/Effects Presets

  6. Copy the effect preset files of the zip file (without the folder) to his location
  7. Restart Final Cut Pro X and it will appear in your effects

FAQ: Folder cannot be found
If the folder does not exist yet, go to your FCPX and save a random preset and it will make this folder.

Effect not working
These are heavy effects, it wil need time to render a preview to be able to display it, if you don’t have a good Macbook Pro with a dedicated GPU. To speed up this process you can change your render codec to Prores Proxy.

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