Motion 5: Five Missing Features

Motion 5: Five Missing Features 1

Last week I wrote about some of the great new features in Motion 5: a sleek new user interface, deep integration with Final Cut Pro X, the ability to publish your own “Smart Templates” along with parameters you specify, a powerful new Rigging feature, and an unbelievable low price. There’s also a fantastic new Keyer […]

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PluralEyes for FCP X: a public statement from the creator Singular Software


The creator of PluralEyes, Singular Software, has received lots of questions about PluralEyes and Final Cut Pro X. There are nine questions, which cover compatibility, availability, policies, and price regarding PluralEyes for FCP X. Here are the answers. Q: Does PluralEyes support FCP X today?A: No Q: Will PluralEyes support FCP X?A: As with any […]

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Cosmo and Magic Bullet Looks 2

Cosmo and Magic Bullet Looks 2 2

Red Giant has released a new effect plug-in called Cosmo for doing cosmetic retouches, a Grinder 1.5 upgrade, and a major update to Magic Bullet Looks. All are part of Magic Bullet Suite 11, which now includes includes Looks 2, Colorista II, Mojo, Cosmo, PhotoLooks, Denoiser, Grinder, Frames, and Instant HD (includes Resizer). Cosmo includes a skin range visualizer with detail […]

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After Effects titles using Motype & Nodes


Filmmaking Webinars has a free 90-minute webinar hosted by Ben Brownlee for download, Killer Titles Inside After Effects Using Motype & Nodes, which are Macintosh plug-ins from Yanobox and FxFactory. There’s nothing like Yanobox Nodes, except some visual similarity with Plexus from AE Scripts. Nodes was reviewed on PVC last year. Here’s the preview: […]

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