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Noise Industries releases FxFactory 4 VFX package

November 16, 2012
Noise Industries releases FxFactory 4 VFX package
BOSTON — Noise Industries (www.noiseindustries.com), the maker of visual effects tools, has released FxFactory 4, the latest update to its VFX plug-in platform. FxFactory 4 now supports Adobe Premiere Pro CS6, in addition to Apple Final Cut Pro, Motion, and Adobe After Effects. 

The all-in-one expandable video toolbox offer over 170 plug-ins for video stylization and looks, color correction, stills animation, keying, stereoscopic 3D and titling. The new version also includes updates to Photo Montage, Motype 1.3, Callouts 1.3, Cleaner 2.0, Split Animator and FxFactory Pro. 

Photo Montage is a powerful photo animator for FCP, Motion, Premiere Pro and After Effects. It allows users to easily animate photos by simply choosing photos and an animation style. 

Motype 1.3 is a title generator by Yanobox that lets editors quickly create titles. Title generators include random characters, motion mixer, trailing blur, per letter particles, 3D camera and Cyclorama. 

The latest version of Ripple Training’s Callouts plug-in adds two new callouts to its collection. Connect-Direct creates a straight animated line between two points, while Callout-Square creates an animated rectangle and extending line. Callouts 1.3 is available exclusively for Final Cut Pro X and is a free update for existing customers.

PHYX Cleaner 2.0 is a complete image repair kit. Whether an editor is using low bit-rate 4:2:0 images from a DSLR, removing video noise or film grain, or repairing the complexion of on-screen talent, PHYX Cleaner can provide tools for repair. Feature highlights include chroma reconstructor, deband, deinterlace, digital makeup kit and fast noise reduction.

Split Animator 1.1 is the latest version of Tokyo’s plug-in for Final Cut Pro X. The new version of the split-screen tool adds zoom animation, rotation animation, animation ease controls, border blend modes and anchor point selection.