Top 5 Under $99 – Premiere Pro Plug-ins
Did you know that Toolfarm carries tons of great products, including Premiere Pro plug-ins for $99 or less? You can get handy 3rd party tools without hurting your budget. Here are the top 5 best selling/most popular Premiere Pro plug-ins. Well, this list is more like the top 12.
Check out our other Top 5 Under $99 posts for more great deals:
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- Top 5 Under $99 – Cinema 4D
- Top 5 Under $99 – Final Cut Pro X Plug-ins
- Top 5 Under $99 – DaVinci Resolve Plug-ins
Since the top spot for the most popular FCPX plug-in is a tie with all Trapcode/Red Giant products, I though I would show you a few others for variety.
Red Giant/Trapcode – Top 5 Plug-ins Under $99
Sunshine through clouds, headlights in fog, or light rays sweeping a logo: Trapcode Shine does it all. Create 3D volumetric light effects without leaving your 2D editing timeline, and without the tedious render times of specialized 3D applications. Choose from 22 compelling Shine presets, or make your own light rays from scratch. Support for 16- and 32-bit guarantees high-quality effects for every project.
With Trapcode 3D Stroke, your logos, text and paths take on lives of their own. Lines can glow, taper and move in complex ways through 3D space, as a built-in camera lets you capture the action from any angle. 3D Stroke is broadcast TV’s secret weapon for animated logos and sophisticated write-on effects.
Sparkle. Dazzle. Glow! Trapcode Starglow is a fast-rendering glow effect that creates colorful star-shaped glints like those created by a camera star filter. But Starglow is more customizable, since your glow can streak in up to eight directions and use a different color map for each direction. With beautiful presets and tons of streak options, Starglow has endless possibilities for enhancing text titles, particle systems, water highlights and starry skies.
Red Giant Instant 4K quickly upconverts your video into a variety of high resolution formats with outstanding results. Its intelligent algorithms generate new pixels to match the dimensions of the desired resolution, then adds sharpening and antialiasing to preserve the image details.
Digital Makeup. Cosmo gives you the ability to quickly balance skin tones, reducing wrinkles and remove skin blemishes, to make your talent look their best.
Rowbyte – Top 6 & 7 Plug-ins Under $99
This plugin allows you to move, rotate, scale, blur, blend, fade and distort the RGB channels independently. You can use this plugin to create the popular “Chromatic Aberration” effect.
Data Glitch is a native After Effects & Premiere Pro plugin that creates awesome realistic digital image glitches with total ease. In real-life most of the glitches occur due to problems in encoding/decoding and sometimes data corruption. This plugin does exactly that. It encodes the data, glitches the data and then decodes it similar to the real life situation.
Premiere Pro Plug-ins Under $99 – Runners Up
After Effects, Premiere Pro, and Adobe Media Encoder native exporters bringing you ProRes / H264 / H265 / HAP codecs for excellent quality and lightweight videos, on Windows and OSX, no Quicktime needed.
Mt. Mograph has teamed up with award-winning composer, Isaac Brockshus, to design an evolving library of audio for motion addicts. Meet Boombox, an intelligent Extension that makes searching and syncing sounds from the growing library effortless — and unexpected.
Easily remove echo and reverb from your audio.
EchoRemover 2™ by CrumplePop is a plugin that removes echo from your audio – right inside FCPX, Premiere Pro, Logic Pro X, Garageband, Audition, and DaVinci Resolve.
MSRP: $99.00 Toolfarm Price: $94.05
Stabilizer analyzes video to identify areas of instability and corrects it. If you’re shooting hand-held, this breakthrough plugin quickly smooths shaky footage.
MRP: $99.00 Toolfarm Price: $94.05
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Posted by Kim Sternisha