Brightly | Animations Explainer Toolkit - Final Cut Pro X & Apple Motion
Welcome to BRIGHTLY, the first complete Animation Toolkit for FinalCut Pro and Apple Motion! Create Explainer Videos, Educational Animations or simply enhance your Video content with this excellent Pack of Characters, Icons, Texts and more. So far only available to Adobe users, finally the FIRST complete toolkit of its kind made exclusively for Apple Video Software!
• 110 Animated Icons
• 22 Environments
• 13 Typographies
• 6 Diagrams & Bars
• 11 Motion Shapes
• 5 Speech Bubbles
• 5 Solid Backgrounds
• 2 Premade Stories
• 40 Premade Characters
– 20 Male Outfits
– 20 Female Outfits
– 22 Animation Gestures/Poses
– 16 Facial Expressions
– 10 Hairstyles
– 14 Hats
– 10 Special Hair/Makeups
– 10 Glasses
– 6 Accessories
– 3 Skin Textures
Introducing the new Character Tool, you can choose from a male and female core charater and change accessoires, complete outfits, movements and even facial expressions! All combined there are over 3.5 BILLION different varations possible. And with future updates there will be more to come!
• 214 Items in one package
• Easy to edit in Final Cut Pro X or Apple Motion
• Resizable resolution up to 4K
• 60 FPS
• Variable length
• All parameters such as colors are editable
• In/Out animations
• Size 262MB (815MB Extracted)
• Compatible with Final Cut X 10.2 or newer
• Compatible with Motion 5.2 or newer
• No Plug-ins Required
• Help with font-links included
• Video tutorials included
• Music tracks used in promotional Video: (not included)
- Positive Thinking by BeatheBeat
- Groovy Rock by soundbeavert
- Make It Last by TimMcMorris
- Uplifting Acoustic Summer Fun Upbeat by StockSounds
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Single License information (from https://themeforest.net/licenses/faq):
What constitutes a series (eg TV series, webisodes, or a magazine with monthly editions)?
To be considered a series, all things in the series (eg episode, edition) must be connected, and be released within 1 year of the first installment. There is also a maximum of 52 episodes or editions within the series.
Example: A 12 episode TV series that starts in December and ends in July would only require a single license. A YouTube series that releases an episode every week (52 total) would only need to purchase a license once every year. A magazine that releases an edition every other month would need to purchase a license once every year.
Remark DP669: This would apply to a Youtube Channel likewise. A single license is valid for 1 year per channel. After that a new license needs to be purchased.