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v5 Universe

Universe
 

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Video transition and effects plugins for editors and motion graphics artists

Red Giant Universe is a collection of 92 GPU-accelerated plugins for editors and motion graphics artists.

What’s New

Universe 5 now takes advantage of Multi-Frame Rendering (MFR) in Adobe After Effects, a must have feature for one of our most used host applications. Multi-Frame Rendering allows After Effects to take advantage of multi-core CPUs by rendering in parallel.

Features

Universe Generators

Universe generators are a fantastic content resource for any video project. They can provide visual filler between your clips, animated backgrounds behind your titles, or even be overlaid atop your videos to create cool effects.

  • Array Gun
  • Progresso
  • Logo Motion
  • HUD Components
  • Line
  • Reframe

Learn more about all the generators in the details tab.

 

Universe Effects

Give your footage authentic retro and modern day looks using tools like VHS, Retrograde Carousel, Glitch, Holomatrix II, and more.

  • VHS
  • Glitch
  • Holomatrix II
  • Retrograde
  • Finisher
  • Grain16
  • Ecto
  • Long Shadow

Learn more about all the effects in the details tab.

 

 

universe textUniverse Text

Effortlessly create beautiful text treatments right inside your NLE.

  • Hack Text
  • Typographic
  • Numbers
  • Screen Text
  • Text Tile
  • Type Cast
  • Type On
  • Title Motion

Learn more about all the texts in the details tab.

 

 

universe transitionsUniverse Transitions

Instantly create seamless transitions between your clips!

  • Warp
  • Glitch Transition
  • Retrograde Transition
  • VHS Transition
  • Carousel Transition
  • Channel Surf
  • Flicker Cut
  • Color Mosaic

Learn more about all the transitions in the details tab.

 

 

universe utilitiesUniverse Utilities

View all our utilities including tools for adding blending modes and camera shake.

  • Modes
  • Camera Shake
  • Socialize
  • Unmult
  • Fisheye Fixer
  • Picture in Picture

Learn more about the utilities in the details tab.

universe presetsPresets

Every tool in Universe includes presets to help get you started and give instant professional results.

universe dashboardDASHBOARD

Working with Universe in Premiere Pro and After Effects has never been easier. The dockable Universe Dashboard brings all of the Universe tools into one place, making it simple to explore and apply the entire library of effects and presets.

 

 

Tools

Universe is a collection of 89 plugins for editors and motion graphics artists.

Effects

Electrify (NEW) – The electrify plugin adds sizzling lightning effects to images and footage by using source image contours to generate electrical effects.

Analog (NEW) – The Analog plugin simulates a multitude of color, noise, interference, and CRT effects to recreate the look of classic television video.

Texturize Motion (NEW) – Choose from a library of 14 high resolution animated textures to give your clips a little spice.

Chromatic Aberration – Realistic lens distortion effect with chromatic separation, blur, texture and more.

Multitone – Stylize your image by using a colorful duotone or tritone effect.

Quantum – Create the illusion of an animated light trail in front or behind a layer, ideal for text and motion graphics.

VHS – VHS gives your modern footage the classic look, color and distortion of old video tape.

Glitch – Get the look of compressed, glitched video.

Holomatrix II – Give your footage the look and distortion of a sci-fi hologram, digital display, and more.

Glow – A diffused glow that softens the bright parts of the image. Isolate a specific color within your footage and apply a glow to just that color.

Finisher – Finisher makes it easy to dramatically improve the image quality of your DSLR footage.

Retrograde – Retrograde gives your footage the authentic look and damage of old 16MM and 8MM film.

Glimmer – Create colorful glints and animated twinkling effects at the bright areas of your image for beauty shots, titles, music videos and more.

Ecto – Create haunting, evolving titles with this glowing fractal-based effect, inspired by Ghostbusters and Stranger Things.

Grain16 – Real 16MM film grain to add to your footage.

Glo Fi II – Glow-fi is a self-animating, fractal-based glow effect for text. Add a unique, organic glow with presets and advanced controls.

Long Shadow – Apply a colored, long shadow to your text, logo, or shape.

Knoll Light Factory EZ – A set of quick setup Lens Flare tools from Industrial Light & Magic’s John Knoll. Add color, depth and excitement to a live-action or motion graphics.

Luster – Give your text a slick 1980’s retro look. Luster applies a metal sheen to text layers to get that glassy simulated 3D vibe.

Overlight – OverLight is a lens flare and light leak texture plugin that makes it easy to apply washed-out glows and lens flares to your footage.

Carousel – Carousel captures the classic look of vintage color cross-processing, film fading, and vignettes.

AV Club – Mimic the lo-fi, noisy text you find on ancient video tapes, old infomercials and local access cable channel shows.

Chromatic Glow – Add colorful, rainbow like glows around titles and bright areas in any shot. Creates multi-chromatic diffuse glows or sharp-edged highlights.

Texturize – Give your footage and text a Walking Dead-style grungy textured treatment. Seamlessly tiling textures make it easy to bring depth to your video.

Heatwave – From VinhSon Nguyen of CreativeDojo.net, Heatwave is a rippling heat distortion effect, with controls for intensity, direction, speed, and more.

Point Zoom – Zoom blur with added glow to create a holographic projection look when applied to text or images. Create the illusion it’s coming from a light source.

RGB Separation – Separates and offsets the RGB channels in an image. Controls adjust the radius, scale and angle of the channel separation, as well as distortion.

Edge Glow – Create a glowing effect on the edges and outlines of images – perfect for titles and logos with controls for glow, brightness, saturation, and tint.

ShrinkRay – ShrinkRay is a fast and easy way to make big things look tiny by simulating a tilt shift effect.

Blur – A simple, high quality blur effect that can work in linear gamma space.

Prism Displacement – Distort and displace the pixels in your image with a prism-like, chromatic effect based on the luminance values of another layer.

MisFire – MisFire adds scratches, dust, flicker, noise and more, giving your footage a stylized aged look.

Noir Moderne – Create dramatic noir lighting effects, with saturation controls, optically captured vignettes, flickering, venetian patterns and more.

Compound Blur – A tool that blurs pixels based on the luminance values of another layer.

Spot Blur – Blurs the area of the frame inside or outside a rectangle, ellipse and other shape presets, or from your own custom shape.

Generators

Array Gun – Generate animated motion graphics based on grids shapes and lines, featuring built in animation functions.

Progresso – Generate animatable progress bars in many different styles.

Reframe – Create instantly-animated picture-in-picture compositions, with control over timing, image borders and more. Watch our getting started tutorial.

Logo Motion – Instantly add dynamic animations that bring your text and logos on and off screen. Watch our getting started tutorial.

Line – Create an animated straight or curved line between two points, with elements that move along that path for flights, tours, maps and more.

HUD Components – Quickly add animated Heads Up Display elements into your motion graphics, interface animations, and visual effects shots.

Spectralicious – A 6-color gradient effect with controls blending options, exposure, and saturation. Includes 12 presets that simulate sky color tones and more.

Fractal Background – Quickly create complex and colorful looping fractal-based backgrounds for your motion graphics work.

Soft Gradient Background – A looping gradient background generator with fractal noise, textures and more. Choose from noise types for various moving gradients.

Turbulence Noise – Create fractal noise with 9 patterns, interpolations, appearance options, animations, transform, opacity controls, and turbulence.

Gradient Ramp – Creates an RGB gradient with two or three colors and gives control over color position, alpha, interpolation, aspect, noise, and compositing modes.

Text

Typographic – Design intricate shape and text animations for broadcast, social media and more.

Numbers – Render and animate a wide variety of numbers, including currency, percentage, date and time.

Type On – Quickly create computer terminal-style type reveals.

Type Cast – Easily animate text properties like color, opacity, size, position and rotation – by the word or character.

Screen Text – Fill your screen with scrolling code to create the look of an old-school or modern computer terminal.

Text Tile – Generate multiple columns full of random data for use in motion graphics and computer terminal effects.

Hacker Text – Easily create computer hacker-style scrambled text animations.

Title Motion – Create text and shapes and then instantly add dynamic animations that bring it on and off screen. Great for titles, lower thirds, callouts and more.

Transitions

Warp – Instantly build a slick beautiful transition with distortion, aberration and more.

Glitch Transition – Transition between footage or text with the look of compression glitches and compressed data.

Retrograde Transition – A transition that uses real scans of 16mm and 8mm film to create an authentic film strip transition.

VHS Transition – A transition that mimics the effect that occurs when a VCR has been used to record over pre-existing footage.

Carousel Transition – A transition that mimics advancing to the next slide in an old slide projector.

Channel Surf – A transition that mimics the distortion you’d get by changing the channel on a cathode ray tube TV.

Flicker Cut – A transition that rapidly cuts between two clips or a solid color, and which can invert the clips or add fades.

Color Mosaic – A Transition that overlays a variety of colors in a mosaic pattern as it transitions between 2 clips.

Shape Wipe – A transition that uses an ellipse, rectangle or star shape to move between 2 pieces of footage. Includes control over points, size, stroke and fill.

Linear Wipe – A classic linear wipe with the addition of wipe mirroring, as well as an inner/outer stroke with glow on the wipe border.

Clock Wipe – A classic radial wipe transition with feathering and the option for a dual clock wipe.

Channel Blur – A transition that blurs each of the RGB channels separately for a unique chromatic effect.

Camera Shake Transition – A transition that mimics camera shake while it transitions between clips.

Halflight – A library of optically-captured, highly customizable light leak transitions that give your footage a moody and filmic look.

Exposure Blur Transition – A transition that blurs footage while bumping up the exposure to create a dynamic blend.

Knoll Light Transition – A transition that uses animated Knoll Light Factory flares, with 31 unique presets to quickly move you from shot to shot.

Film Transition – A transition tool featuring retro film countdown-style film leaders and test strips, scanned from archival film stock.

Swish Pan – Mimic a fast camera “swish pan” movement while blending from one layer to another. Choose from directional options and control the exposure.

Spectralicious Transition – Create a 6 point color map from your A and B footage and uses the colors to transition between the two with 23 animation style options.

Turbulence Transition – A luminance-based transition effect, with a dissolve driven by an adjustable fractal gradient.

Diamond Wave – A 3D Transition that divides the layers into diamond shaped segments which rotate in an offset fashion revealing vertically or horizontally.

Blinds – A 3D Transition that divides the layer into sections which rotate in an offset fashion vertically or horizontally revealing the 2nd layer of footage.

Color Stripe – A transition that uses layered blocks of color wiping across the screen to reveal a second layer.

Cube – A 3D Transition that places the layers onto the sides of a cube which rotate right, left, upwards or downwards revealing the 2nd layer of footage.

Unfold – A 3D Transition that moves the top layer out of the frame in a chosen direction while the 2nd layer unfolds itself out moving right, left, up or down.

Soft Edge Wipe – A linear wipe transition with an adjustable feathered or stroked edge. Used for transitioning between two layers of footage using a subtle blend.

Inside Cube – A 3D Transition that places the layers onto the sides of an inverse cube which rotates right, left, upwards or downwards revealing the 2nd layer.

Triangle Wave – A 3D Transition that divides the layers into triangular segments that rotate in offset vertically or horizontally revealing the second layer.

Rubix Cube – A 3D Transition that places the layers onto the sides of a 3D cube which rotates segments of the cube right, left, upwards or downwards.

Dolly Fade – A 3D transition that moves the second layer in z-space while fading in the opacity of the layer over the first layer.

Fold – A 3D Transition that folds the top layer in half onto itself while unfolding the 2nd layer out moving right, left, upwards or downwards.

Slide – A 3D Transition that slides the layer away right, left, upwards or downwards revealing the 2nd layer of footage.

Utilities

Modes (NEW) – Combine layers in entirely new ways using powerful features that go beyond the native blend modes found on your editing timeline.

Socialize – Reference common aspect ratios for social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram with this simple yet useful utility.

Camera Shake – Add simulated handheld camera motion to your footage.

Unmult – Create an alpha channel for any image or video shot on a black background. Useful for compositing fire, smoke, water and more.

Fisheye Fixer – Fisheye Fixer for GoPro® corrects GoPro® fisheye lens distortion, with four custom settings: wide, medium, narrow or superview.

Picture in Picture – Easily composite and frame one layer of footage over a larger layer. Includes the ability to add and customize a colored border and drop shadow.

 

 

 

Host Applications

  • Adobe After Effects CC 2019 or later
  • Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2019 or later
  • Apple Final Cut Pro X 10.5 or later
  • Apple Motion 5.5 or later
  • Avid Media Composer 8.2 or later*
  • Magix VEGAS Pro 14 or later
  • DaVinci Resolve 14 or later**

*Prism Displacement, Compound Blur, and Picture in Picture are not supported in Avid Media Composer

**This plug-in will not work with any version of DaVinci Resolve from the Mac App Store

Operating System

macOS:

  • macOS X 10.14 and later *
  • 4 GB of RAM
  • 800 MB of Hard Drive space

*M1 machines may work via Rosetta, but are not currently natively supported.

Windows:

  • Windows 10 64-bit
  • 4 GB of RAM
  • 800 MB of Hard Drive space

Additional Requirements

Universe requires a GPU to render. The minimum GPU is an Intel HD 5000 integrated graphics chip.

 

What new in Universe 5?

Universe 5 now takes advantage of Multi-Frame Rendering (MFR) in Adobe After Effects, a must have feature for one of our most used host applications. Multi-Frame Rendering allows After Effects to take advantage of multi-core CPUs by rendering in parallel.

What’s new in Universe 4

  • Electrify: Add sizzling lightning effects to images and footage by using source image contours to generate electrical effects, Fractal Noise sources to create custom patterns without image contours or select both options at the same time for maximum shock value. Shimmer effects can be added with an animated matte texture.
  • Texturize Motion: Choose from a library of 14 high resolution animated textures to blend into existing footage for sketchy, stop motion looks. Rotation, scale, and position jitter controls are integrated to add additional custom shakiness. Artists can even add custom textures for unlimited possibilities.
  • Analog: Simulate a multitude of color, noise, interference, and CRT effects to recreate classic television video effects. Simple settings like Phase, Filter, Temperature offer complete control to create a wide variety of looks. Basic scan lines, CRT dots, and squares can be added for a realistic CRT projection as well as screen curvature, reflections and more.
  • New Presets: Includes 100+ presets for the new effects as well as 140 fresh new presets for Array Gun and Typographic created by Motion Designer, Laura Porat. The presets are themed around three categories: Sci-fi, Minimalistic and Trendy/Retro. All the presets are very versatile and can be used with a wide variety of assets and designs.
  • Support for Metal
    *M1 machines may work via Rosetta, but are not currently natively supported.
  • Improved Premiere Pro and After Effects integration

What’s new in Universe 3.3

The Universe 3.3 release introduces 2 new tools – Quantum which creates animated light trails, and Modes, a powerful tool for mixing layers together with different blend modes. Also in this release are updates to 4 existing tools and over a hundred new presets to help get you started with the new tools and features.

New

  • Quantum: a tool that creates the illusion of an animated light trail in front of or behind a layer. Great for text and motion graphics
  • Modes: a tool that makes it easy to combine layers in entirely new ways using powerful features that go beyond the native blend modes found on your editing timeline.

Updates

  • Glow: Now offers Inverse-square glow falloff, multi-pass chromatic aberration and the ability to glow a single color channel.
  • Glimmer: This update gives you 6 mono or bi-directional glow streaks with variable intensity and color mapping, an animatable shimmer, variable rotation control, and Color maps aligned with Trapcode’s Starglow.
  • Chromatic Aberration: This tool now includes control over the focus area, the ability to split the aberration into multiple passes, and chromatic rotation.
  • Hacker Text: The addition of customizable random characters and the ability to auto-animate the encryption and decryption.

What’s new in Universe 3.2

This update includes 5 new tools and an update to Finisher – not to mention a whole bunch of awesome presets to help get you started.

NEW TOOLS

  • Typographic: Design intricate shape and text animations for social media and more.
  • Reframe: Create picture-in-picture compositions, with control over animation, image borders and more.
  • Warp: Instantly build a slick, beautiful transition with warping and color separation.
  • Multitone: Stylize your image by using a colorful duotone or tritone effect.
  • Socialize: Use framing to pre-visualize your export and create deliverables for Facebook, Instagram, and other social platforms.

UPDATES

Inspired by social media apps, film looks, and popular photo filters, Finisher now includes 16 stylish color filters to enhance your imagery.

PRESETS

Universe 3.2 includes a total of over 100 new presets for all of the new tools and Finisher.

What’s new in Universe 3.1

The Universe 3.1 release introduces 3 brand-new text and motion graphics tools

  • Progresso
  • Numbers
  • Array Gun

with over 90 presets to help get you started.

Also in this release is an update to HUD Components which has been given 35 new presets.

 

WHAT’S NEW in Universe 3.0

The Universe 3.0 release introduces our new Universe Dashboard for browsing and applying effects and presets, as well as 5 brand-new text generation tools.

DASHBOARD

Working with Universe in Premiere Pro and After Effects has never been easier. The new dockable Universe Dashboard brings all of the Universe tools into one place, making it simple to explore and apply the entire library of effects and presets.

TEXT GENERATORS

Quickly generate animations that bring your text to life, or fill your screen with dynamic data for user interfaces. Go retro with old school computer type on effects, or easily create hacker style reveals for modern titles.

  • TYPE ON – Quickly create computer terminal-style type reveals.
  • TYPE CAST – Easily animate text properties like color, opacity, size, position and rotation – by the word or character.
  • SCREEN TEXT – Fill your screen with scrolling code to create the look of an old-school or modern computer terminal.
  • TEXT TILE – Generate multiple columns full of random data for use in motion graphics and computer terminal effects.
  • HACKER TEXT – Easily create computer hacker-style scrambled text animations

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