How to Make a Cross Process in Final Cut Pro

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Making a cross process in Final Cut Pro will require you to work through the options in the "Edit" menu. Make a cross process in Final Cut Pro with help from an experienced editor in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Zach, and today I'm going to teach you how to mimic a cross process effect in Final Cut Pro. First, you're going to start off by selecting your video clip. Now, you're going to go into the effects menu and you're going to select underneath video filters, then blur; then, you're going to go to Gaussian blur. You're going to select that. You're just going to apply that to your video clip. And we will adjust these video filters later. Next, you're going to go to the video filters tab again and go down to stylize. And stylize, you're going to add noise. So, you're just going to click that and drag that to your video clip as well. Next, you're going scroll up and go to color correction. You're just going to grab the color corrector 3-way. The next one is you're going to scroll down underneath the video tab, select flicker filter. Just below flicker filter is going to be one called strobe. You're also going to need that. Once you've got these five filters applied, all you're going to do is open up your video clip and you're going to start in the order that I just listed down. The blur you're going to leave the same. With the add noise, you're actually going to change it to 0.14. Next, you are going to color correct. Now, up by the filters tab, you're going to select color corrector 3-way. You're going to add a bit of orange from your mids. Next, you're going to add some orange in your whites. And that's the desired look that I'm going for and go down to the flicker filter. And I'm going to change that to flicker filter maximum. Next, I'm going to change the strobe duration to 3 and that's all there is to it. Next, you're going to render and once that's done, your final video is going to look like this. My name is Zach and I just taught you how to mimic a cross process effect.

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