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MFlare 1.3.8


mFlare 1.3.8: A Powerful and Versatile Lens Flare Plugin for Mac




mFlare is a plugin that allows you to create realistic and stunning lens flares for your videos and photos on Mac. It is compatible with Final Cut Pro X, Motion 5, Adobe After Effects, and Adobe Premiere Pro. With mFlare, you can easily customize and animate over 100 presets of lens flares, or create your own from scratch. You can also use mFlare to enhance the lighting and mood of your scenes, add cinematic effects, or simulate real-world optical phenomena.


Features of mFlare 1.3.8




  • Over 100 professional lens flare presets, including anamorphic, sci-fi, realistic, and artistic styles.



  • Full control over the shape, color, brightness, position, rotation, scale, and animation of each lens flare element.



  • Ability to track the movement of the flare source using the built-in tracker or keyframes.



  • Ability to use masks and blend modes to create complex and dynamic lens flare effects.



  • Ability to use external images or videos as the flare source or the background.



  • Ability to preview the lens flare effect in real-time on the viewer or on a separate window.



  • Ability to export the lens flare effect as a video file or a still image with alpha channel.



How to Download and Install mFlare 1.3.8




If you want to try out mFlare 1.3.8 for yourself, you can download it from the official website. The download file is about 500 MB in size and contains the plugin installer and a user manual. To install mFlare 1.3.8, you need to have Mac OS X 10.9 or later and one of the supported host applications (Final Cut Pro X, Motion 5, Adobe After Effects, or Adobe Premiere Pro). You can follow these steps to install mFlare 1.3.8:


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  • Double-click on the downloaded file to unzip it.



  • Double-click on the mFlare Installer icon to launch it.



  • Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation process.



  • Restart your host application and look for the mFlare plugin in the effects browser.



How to Use mFlare 1.3.8




To use mFlare 1.3.8, you need to apply it to a video clip or a photo in your host application. You can then adjust the parameters of the lens flare effect using the inspector window or the on-screen controls. You can also use keyframes to animate the lens flare effect over time. Here are some basic steps to use mFlare 1.3.8:


  • Select a video clip or a photo in your timeline and apply the mFlare effect from the effects browser.



  • Select a preset from the Preset pop-up menu in the inspector window or click on the Load Preset button to browse for more presets.



  • Use the Position parameter or drag the on-screen control to move the flare source to where you want it.



  • Use the other parameters in the inspector window or drag the other on-screen controls to modify the shape, color, brightness, rotation, scale, and animation of each lens flare element.



  • If you want to track the movement of the flare source, click on the Track button in the inspector window and use the built-in tracker or keyframes to track it.



  • If you want to use masks or blend modes, click on the Mask button or the Blend Mode button in the inspector window and use the tools provided by your host application to create them.



  • If you want to use external images or videos as the flare source or the background, click on the Source Image button or the Background Image button in the inspector window and select them from your media library.



  • If you want to preview the lens flare e