Rocketstock’s HUDs Give Your Videos an Innovative Edge [sponsored]

Written by RedShark News Staff

RocketStockAssemble your own HUD from a 400 strong list of components

Heads Up Displays, or HUDs, are a great way to add a high-tech vibe to film projects. Just take a look at the Iron Man movies where shots of Tony Stark inside his suit are accompanied by slick holographic interfaces. Remember Minority Report from 2002? This film’s floating computer displays were so influential they even inspired real-world innovations! Yes, HUDs are powerful.

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The great thing is that, these days, incredible looking HUDs don’t need to be limited to movies with blockbuster budgets. Nor do they need to be restricted to sci-fi. It’s possible for video editors or motion designers to add these cool elements to any project. Their use is only limited by imagination; HUDs can work great in anything from corporate projects, promos to real estate videos.

With RocketStock’s latest HUD video pack, you don’t even need to spend much time building these effects from scratch. Their pack, Interface boasts over 400 video elements that let you easily assemble your perfect HUD. And this demo says it best, so take a look below to see the types of incredible HUDs you’ll be able to add to your video and film projects.

Interface boasts over 400 high-quality assets (424 to be exact!). With lines, circles, equalizers, graphs, targets, and so much more, RocketStock’s latest pack lets you build HUDs in a near infinite number of ways.

Fully compatible with Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, and After Effects, Interface’s HUDs are super easy to customize too. Large resolution files make for seamless scalability, while in, out, and loop options allow for customized timing. Plus color neutral assets with alpha channels means that it’s easy to adjust hue and color to your liking.

If you’re looking for a striking way to add an innovative edge to your next video project, Interface is a great way to go. You can find out more details, or purchase the pack for yourself, at RocketStock.

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