Nattress Film Transitions Released for FCP, Motion and AE
April 4, 2012 in Software
[prMac.com] Boston, Massachusetts - Noise Industries, developer of visual effects tools for the post-production and broadcast markets, introduces Nattress Film Transitions to FxFactory, available now for Final Cut Pro, Motion and After Effects. Users can easily add dynamic transition effects to footage, simulating burning film, jumpy splicing, overexposure, and optical dissolves for a unique look. Users can test the plugins free of charge in trial mode. Film Transitions can be purchased for 49 USD.
Nattress Film Transitions Include:
This effect mimics the melting and burning of the film image when the film jams in the projector and gets roasted by the projector lamp. Select from several different burn styles, or create and load your own.
This transition brings the power of film-log space to recreate the illusion of an optical dissolve. Choose from four different styles of dissolve - each applying light in a distinct fashion, simulating film dissolves produced in the various stages of film processing.
This transition mimics the effect of overexposing the film as it slows down to a stop at the end of a take.
This popular transition simulates the effect of film jumping out of the projector's registration sprockets at the point of a tape splice. Choose from 35mm, 16mm, 8mm and Super8 style film.
About Nattress Productions and Founder Graeme Nattress:
Nattress Productions was founded by Graeme Nattress in 2004. Graeme, who is originally from England, makes his home in Ontario, Canada, where he uses his mathematical training and unique insights to program creative solutions for image processing. Graeme also applies his knowledge of color science, image manipulation, compression and digital video to the development of the RED Digital Cinema camera systems.
Established in 2004, Boston, Massachusetts-based Noise Industries is an innovative developer of visual effects tools for the post-production and broadcast community. Their products are integrated with popular non-linear editing and compositing products from Apple and Adobe. Please visit the Noise Industries website for more information. Copyright (C) 2012 Noise Industries, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.