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Health and Medical Infographics For Final Cut Pro X

Health and Medical Infographics For Final Cut Pro X

Health and Medical Infographics For Final Cut Pro X

Ideal for building health and medical related infographics, the template was created especially to be used with Final Cut Pro X software. It contains numerous graphical elements built in a modular structure that can be easily combined to create a new element / slide. The template also includes a map of the United States, with each state highlightable, ideal for creating a virus spread across the country graphic [covid-19 spread], new infections in the last 24h, total infection rate, a price comparison of the medical services between states, or any other state by state comparison. The template also contains stylized graphical representation of the major internal human organs, ambulance, doctor, hospital, virus, bacteria, vaccine, cancer icon, 3D representation of male and female human body, and more. Also the template offers the possibility to highlight various parts of human body with a bright color, where the pain or a specific organ is located. All the colors are editable, the number can be changed to currency, percentage or used as a simple number without icon, also the numbers can be set with an initial and final value or disabled if needed. All elements can be easily combined in Final Cut Pro X’s timeline, the animations in and animations out can be disabled and the duration on screen can be changed as needed.

The template is compatible with both Intel and the new Apple Silicon M1 Macs.

On the project.
  • medical related infographics
  • modular structure
  • multiple medical icons included
  • easy to edit in Final Cut Pro X
  • variable length
  • In/Out animations
  • 4k resolution, Full HD compatible
  • all colors are editable
  • video tutorials included
  • compatible with Final Cut Pro 10.4 or later
  • audio is not included, you can buy it Here
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