August 29, 2013 in Multimedia (E)
[prMac.com] Boston, Massachusetts - Noise Industries, developer of visual effects tools for the post-production and broadcast markets, today introduces Lower Pop to plugin platform FxFactory. Created by developer Stupid Raisins, this new title pack contains 20 professional quality lower third titles to give videos that extra "pop." Lower Pop, designed for exclusively for HD use in Final Cut Pro(R) X, includes 20 animated and customizable titles from 10 different categories.
The titles, designed with categories in mind such as food, news, technology, sports, and travel, can be quickly and easily dragged and dropped in. Editors seeking a more customizable look can tweak their title using various gradient, opacity and size options, among other controls. Easy to install. Easy to use, Lower Pop Categories Include:\
FxFactory is a revolutionary visual effects architecture powering hundreds of plugins for Final Cut Pro, Motion, Premiere Pro and After Effects. Browse a vast collection of visual effects through the FxFactory application. Commercial products can be used in trial mode and unlocked as needed. No purchase is required to use free products.
Pricing and Availability:
Lower Pop is now available in FxFactory for $49 USD. Lower Pop is distributed through the free FxFactory engine. After you've installed FxFactory you'll have a demo to play with and you can buy securely from Final Cut Pro X. Just download and install FxFactory, restart Final Cut and you'll have Lower Pop at your fingertips. You can find Lower Pop under Titles and category name Stupid Raisins Lower Pop. To use Lower Pop just drag and drop the Title into your project.
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