Reconstruct Your Image in Creative Ways
NewBlue Elements 3 Energize delivers 6 compositing tools that add energy or reconstruct an image in creative ways.
Dial in the perfect look with a variety of design parameters or get a quick start with one of over 10 presets in each. See why Elements 3 Energize is a must‐have for any editor’s toolkit.
Create Living Backgrounds
Background Generator makes it easy to create backgrounds using your existing footage and photos.
Simulate Camera Shake
Recreate a jittery hand-held camera look or simulate the extreme shake of an earthquake with Active Camera.
Generate Mirrored Reflections
The Reflection plugin adds depth and substance to your compositions with reflections and 3D position controls for your Picture in Pictures.
Elements 3 Energize Includes:
Active Camera – Simulate camera movements to imitate a jittery hand-held camera.
Background Generator – Create a soft, magnified backdrop of your original image.
Cut Away – Use various shapes and outlines to magnify a selected region.
Tile – Replicate your video into a grid-like wall.
Reflection – Create and control a mirrored reflection of your image.
Auto Pan – Zoom in and out on stills or video to highlight a moment or object.
Recommended System Requirements
2 GHz processor (multicore or multiprocessor CPU recommended for HD)
2 GB RAM (4 GB RAM or greater recommended for HD)
250 MB hard‐disk space for installation
OpenGL 2.1‐capable graphics card and minimum 256MB VRAM
512MB VRAM or higher recommended for HD
Mac OS X v 10.6.8, v10.7.2 or later
Microsoft® Windows® XP (SP 3 or later), Vista® (SP 2 or later), Windows 7 or later
Supports 64-bit video editing applications only
Video Editing Host Compatibility
Adobe After Effects 5.0+
Adobe Premiere CS6/6.5, CC
Apple Final Cut Pro X
Avid Media Composer & Symphony 6+
Black Magic DaVinci Resolve 11+
Grass Valley EDIUS 7 & 8
NewBlue Titler Pro 1
NewBlue Titler Pro 2
NewBlue Titler Pro 3
NewBlue Titler Pro AE
NewBlue Titler Pro Live for Wirecast
Magix (Sony) Vegas Pro 10+ (64‐bit OpenX)
NewBlueFX Elements: Auto Pan
In this tutorial, Ian Stark shows you how to bring your still image sequences to life using Auto Pan from the Elements collection. Auto Pan is also in Elements Energize.