Boris FX will be launching its new titling application, Graffiti 1.0, at the NAB show in Las Vegas in April. The company has given us a preview of what to expect the package to offer.
First, like the epinymous Boris FX, a compositing and effects plug-in application for nonlinear editors, Graffiti will be offered in two versions: Graffiti Title Animation and Graffiti Professional Title Animation.
The standard plug-in application, priced at $495, offers support for Adobe Premiere, Canopus Rex Edit, DPS Velocity, DPS Video Action, FAST VMS, Incite, Insync: Speed Razor and Ulead Media Studio Pro.
The Graffiti Professional Title Animation plug-in application is $995 and will add in support for Avid, Discreet edit*, FAST 601, Media 100, Finish, Panasonic DV Edit and Sony ES-3. Both models of Graffiti are due to ship in the second quarter and will be shown at NAB.
Features in the pro version include:
Boris Graffiti provides common text formatting options like kerning, tabs and word wrap while adding animation tools and filter effects. Unlimited layers of text can be rotated, extruded and lit using lighting tools. Text can be filled using media directly from the NLE timeline without importing or exporting. Keyframing provides smooth motion with Bezier graphs. Boris Graffiti supports NLE systems from Adobe, Apple, Avid, Canopus, Discreet, DPS, FAST, Incite, In:Sync, Media 100, Panasonic, Sony and Ulead.
Other features common to the pro and standard versions include:
For more information on Boris FX, visit http://www.boris.com.
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