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3 Top Retro Gaming Video Templates for Final Cut Pro

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It's easy to make gaming videos with templates from Elements. In this article we showcase three retro templates for Final Cut Pro that are perfect for gaming-based channels.

Retro 80's Titles

3 Retro Gaming Video Templates for Final Cut Pro

These Final Cut Pro templates are available from Envato Elements, the unlimited-downloads creative stock subscription with millions of assets. Here are some of our favourite retro gaming video templates.

Retro Summer Party Opener

Retro Summer Party Opener is a 80's style dynamic template which can be used for great retro themed gamer content. You can also use this project as a way to promote your up and coming releases and, since it's designed with a modular editing system, you can easily edit this template to make it perfect for your project.

Enigmatic World

Enigmatic World is a stellar opening sequence with a sweet 80's retro feel. This is perfect to use for a playful intro for a top 10 classic game review, for exaple. Filled with neon geometric animations and an easy to use to design, you'll be using be able to create a perfect intro in minutes.

Neon Creative Titles

This fun title pack comes with six stunning retro titles to choose from. Try this template to create a fun nostalgic throwback for your retro game channel.

More Video Resources…

Millions of downloads with unlimited downloads means you can try as many stock assets as you like. They’re all from Envato Elements, so they’re included in a monthly subscription. Here are a few to try:

Retro Video Game — Audio

A great royalty-free soundtrack for gaming videos.

Retro Synthwave Game Background — Audio

Try this track if you're looking something with more action!


GAME OVER Title on a Tube TV Vintage 80's 90's Arcade — Stock Footage

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Learning the ins and out of filmmaking is made fun and enjoyable with Envato Tuts+, with everything from quick tips to in-depth courses to take you through the needed steps to create great work.

If you're just staring out making video, check out Recording Video with a DSLR, how to record Better Video on Your Smartphone, and Learn the Lingo, Camera Shots & Techniques in Storyboarding to get started.

After you're comfortable with your camera, try following along with Video Editing in Final Cut and Setting Up Your Mac for Photo and Video to help you start out with editing.

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 More Templates for Final Cut Pro

Check out these articles for more top Final Cut Pro templates available from Envato.

About This Page

How We Picked

We looked at projects and considered all kinds of variables, including organization, complexity, experience required and overall difficulty, minimum hardware specifications, included versions and options, formats, resolution, file size, dependencies and required plug-ins (if any), language options, software versions supported, style, design, and cost. You can read more about how we select items at How We Pick Video Templates to Feature on Envato Tuts+.

Jackson Couse edited and published this page on September 23rd, 2021.

Share Your Craft on the Envato Forums

Last but not least! if you find yourself using one of these Final Cut templates, let us know by joining the Envato forums. We look forward to seeing your creations!

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