Vertigo/Dolly Zoom Effect – Final Cut Pro X


What’s going guys! In today’s tutorial, I’ll show you how to create the vertigo or dolly zoom effect where the camera appears to be moving but the subject stays in place. Leave a like for more FCPX videos 🙂

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That Intro is chilling

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Valient Productions says:

Awesome. Thank you very much. Very informative

The Magic Crayons says:

Nice ! I’m picking up final cut soon and I shall return here. Thank you – Tim

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I got here also one

N A M I says:

I just got Final Cut today and it is sooooo good!

Bába Kristóf says:

intro song? 😀

Will Youdale says:

@KingTutsPro: thanks for the tutorial. I’m trying to do this while preserving a letterbox effect. How do I do it without the letterbox/borders also zooming in/out? Cheers

Sebastian Drzewiecki says:

Thank, as usual easy but extremely helpful video.

Aqil Kamaludin says:

My introduction to keyframes. Thank you!

SumYungGuyFilms says:

How’d you do your flame intro??

DroneOneMedia says:

Love your channel! Thanks for all the help!

Rob Dymott says:

yo dude I knew you’d have a video for this!

Jereton says:

noice 🙂

Sophie Ellwood says:

I’m fairly new to FCP but your tutorials are great! Much appreciated 😀

Maya Carina says:

Sweet Video!

Dark Horse says:

Appreciate this tip, thank you!


Thx for that !!!

Tobias Torgersen says:

intro song??

Kevin Winterburn says:

What’s the music at start of the video?

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