Screen Shot 2012 04 19 at 10.39.10 AM e1334822409400 Free Editing Plugins for FCP7 and FCPX via Crumple Pop

If you haven’t made the switch to FCP X yet (or another editing program), you might have noticed that FCP 7 is slowly fading out anyway with new plug-ins and tutorials being tailored for its nemesis version.

Crumple Pop offers a series of plugins for both FCP 7 (even 6 !) and FCP X that gives this extra-pro touch to your editing.

Some of them are free and available for instant download.

Screen Shot 2012 04 19 at 11.12.30 AM e1334823238559 Free Editing Plugins for FCP7 and FCPX via Crumple Pop

I purchased the SplitScreen plugin for FCP7 couple of weeks ago and after a little time to understand and adjust to its limitations, I appreciated the opportunities it offers.

I had several questions -regarding the limitations- and contacted the Crumble Pop team, they answered back quickly and kindly, making it a great customer experience.

The FCP X SplitScreen plugin is much more advanced and offers all what I have been missing in the FCP7’s version, but the good news is that you get an instant free upgrade when you switch to X.

I do feel like it was a good investment and Crumble Pop a good company to be interacting with, whether you go for a free plugin or purchase one.

Hence this article.

Screen Shot 2012 04 19 at 11.21.33 AM e1334823789869 Free Editing Plugins for FCP7 and FCPX via Crumple Pop

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