Conner Productions releases Billow – Free Professional FCP X Template

Denver, Colorado – ‘Billow,’ a professionally designed Final Cut Pro X Template was released for free by Motion Graphics company Conner Productions. Billow is a specialized, customizable FCP X introduction template designed for non-professional video editors.

Billow features a “smoke billowing” effect to reveal text, and a collection of organic lights to illuminate the title. Using FCP X’s customization options, it’s easy to customize the color of the smoke, the orientation of the effect, text size, and more. It is also possible to use a custom Drop Zone, allowing users to use images and logos instead of text.

Once Billow is downloaded, installation and customization is easy; Billow is a one click install, and implementing into FCP X projects is a matter of drag and dropping the title into the timeline. Billow was designed for ultimate customizability, while still maintaining a professional and refined look that fits into almost every type of video.

Billow was professionally designed using Apple’s Motion 5, and features organic lights, advanced compositing, natural film grain, and coloring effects to create an effect that looks exceptional.

Conner Productions is offering Billow as a free download. Billow is fully compatible with Final Cut Pro X and Motion 5. There is no watermark and the title template is fully functional and customizable without limitations.

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Conner Productions was founded in 2012, and specializes in delivering professional visual effects to non-professional editors. They are based in Denver, CO next to the beautiful Rocky Mountains. They believe that video is a powerful tool, and professional effects can help people more effectively communicate their message. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2014 Conner Productions. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Mac OS X, Macintosh and Final Cut Pro are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.