March 26, 2013 in Software (E)
[prMac.com] Boston, Massachusetts - Noise Industries, developer of visual effects tools for the post-production and broadcast markets, introduces Tokyo Chrominator, designed exclusively for Final Cut Pro(R) X. Now available for FxFactory, the plugin can be found under Tokyo Chrominator in the FCP X effects browser. Especially useful for adding production value to logos and text, Chrominator lets editors instantly give images a glossy, beveled 3D look complete with animated lighting. In addition to the basic version of the effect, which can be easily customized, there are six presets available including gold, silver, brass and more, making it easy to instantly achieve an interesting look or to use as the basis for one's own unique variation. Tokyo Chrominator is available now in FxFactory for $49.00 USD.
Key Features of Tokyo Chrominator:
* Adjust the easy-to-use animation controls to add a rotating shine to objects without the need for keyframing
* Customize effects with Chrominator's powerful yet simple editing tools
* Utilize Chrominator's Tokyo Alpha Creator, a handy utility that gives editors an instant alpha channel if the graphic doesn't already have one
About Tokyo Productions:
Tokyo is a boutique creative shop specializing in movie trailers, sales promos and TV spots for the independent film sector both in the UK and across Europe. Tokyo's Creative Director, Simon Ubsdell, is responsible for designing the new range of available Final Cut Pro X templates. Simon has been a film and video editor for about 25 years. He's been involved in motion graphics, sound design and mixing, music composition, visual effects and compositing, 3D modeling and animation, as well as writing, directing and producing.
About Noise Industries, LLC
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. For more information, please visit the Noise Industries website.