November 17, 2015 in Multimedia (E)
[prMac.com] Sydney, Australia - CoreMelt, a leading provider of advanced video plug-in effects for the editorial, compositing, design and visual effects communities, today is delighted to announce the release of its SliceX Free product for Final Cut Pro X. Award winning SliceX powered by mocha has become an essential tool for FCP X editors, and now they can use a version limited to tracking oval and rectangle shapes in their projects freely with no purchase needed.
Roger Bolton, CoreMelt founder and director states "We believe that every single editor should have the power of SliceX available, so now they do, have one on us!" Although it is a limited version, it still can perform many commons tasks.
Common uses for SliceX Free
* Blur a license plate or a log to hide it, or a persons face
* Color correct a tracked oval section, e.g. a face or other area of interest
* Remove unwanted objects from frame by cloning areas of the image
* Tracking a glow to a persons eyes
What People are Saying about SliceX:
* "SliceX and TrackX are a must have set of tools for the serious editor". Oliver Peters, DV Magazine Excellence Award, Five Diamond Review
* "It's Essential for Editors... it should be an essential part of your tools" Glenn Fiacarra, Editor of Feature Film "FOCUS".
* Apple OS X computer running 10.8 or later
* Final Cut Pro X 10.1.4 or later
Pricing and Availability
Available now for free from the CoreMelt website.
CoreMelt, established in 2005 is a Sydney, Australia-based developer of more than 200 intuitive visual effects plug-ins including Lock & Load, the most advanced stabilization tool available for Final Cut Pro X. Founder, director and lead product designer Roger Bolton is a visual effects veteran whose credits include Lord of the Rings, Kingdom of Heaven and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and whose vision is to develop the fastest and most intuitive visual effects plug-ins possible. CoreMelt products are available worldwide through the internet and resellers in the US, and Japan. Copyright (C) 2005-2012 CoreMelt. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Mac OS X, and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. All other trademarks and trade names are the property of their respective owners.