- Sale: Happy Easter with FurryBall GPU Renderer, Half Off through April 22
- New: HitFilm Plug-ins for After Effects, Premiere Pro, FCPX and Motion Now Available
- News: Video Copilot Announces New Product- MotionPulse, Available 05/06/14
- New: Ebberts & Zucker MotionMonkey for Adobe After Effects
- Inspirations: Pompeii VFX Case Study and Behind the Scenes
- Tutorial: Using BCC to Create the MediaMotion Ball Logo by Carey Dissmore
- Tutorial: Introduction to Soft Body Dynamics in RealFlow
- Tutorial: Digital Wipes in After Effects with Ben Watts
- Tutorial: sketch shading with ZBrush in Photoshop!
- News: Satya Meka, Creator of Plexus, Previews Flux at NAB 2014
New: HitFilm Plug-ins for After Effects, Premiere Pro, FCPX and Motion Now Available
HitFilm effects are available for the first time as plugins, GPU-accelerated and optimized for high performance and professional rendering quality. Buy once and install to Vegas, After Effects, Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro X and Motion on two computers - the HitFilm plugins become part of your existing workflow!
New: Ebberts & Zucker MotionMonkey for Adobe After Effects
A powerful and intuitive new way to add motion to your design. An endless array of animations are just a few clicks away.
New: Sony Announces Vegas Pro 13
Award-winning Professional Video and Audio Application Introduces Mobile Companion iPad App, Loudness Meters, and Proxy-First Workflow
New: Waves Abbey Road Reel ADT
Waves/Abbey Road Reel ADT is the first plugin to successfully emulate Abbey Road Studios’ pioneering process of Artificial Double Tracking. The effect that would become an integral part of Abbey Road’s signature sound was initially created at the famed studios in the 1960s to meet the needs of some very special clients: The Beatles.
News: The Foundry MODO 801 coming soon!
The Foundry MODO 801 is coming soon! Register now for a sneak peek via a live digital event on April 24th!
New: McDSP Rack Extension Equalizer Collection for Propellerhead Reason
The E670 is old school by design for a great classic sound, the FRG-EEE frequency resonant gain algorithm (FRG) makes the low end glow and the high end shine, and the Moo Q all tube-based emulation will milk tracks for all they’re worth.