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Noise Industries Development Partner Idustrial Revolution Releases Decimal Counter FxPack For Final Cut StudioNew automated counter plug-in provides full text animation control including style, color and global character spacing (December 04, 2008)
DMN Newswire--2008-12-4--Noise Industries, developer of visual effects tools for the post-production and broadcast markets, announced that development partner Idustrial Revolution has released the Decimal Counter FxPack plug-in for Apple Final Cut Studio and Apple Final Cut® Express applications. Developed to produce professionally automated count sequences quickly, the new Idustrial Revolution FxPack is powered by the free Noise Industries FxFactory engine (www.noiseindustries.com) and offers extensive controls for fine tuning text animation and positioning.
"What makes Idustrial Revolution Decimal Counter so different is that it has been designed from the ground up to display proportional fonts in a mono-space way. This eliminates the jitter of character spacing normally seen by other basic number counters. Using a tricky font like Zapfino is no problem, the result will be beautifully smooth increments," comments Peter Wiggins, Founder, Idustrial Revolution.
Decimal Counter Highlights
- Proportional and non-proportional (mono-space) display of proportional fonts
- Use any installed font without positional jitter
- Respects country settings for separators (1,000.00 or 1.000,00)
- Toggle separators on and off
- Toggle currency symbol on and off
- Left, right, and center ranging
- Global character spacing control (tracking)
- Fully key frame numbers
- Two ranges for ease of use (example ± 1000 ± 99,999,99)
- Integer, Tenths and Hundredths selectable for display
- Fully customizable font color and drop shadow parameters
- Toggle customizable gradient background on and off
About Noise Industries Development Partners
FxPacks are developed by Noise Industries and its partners using the Noise Industries FxFactory Pro Plug-in Manager. The FxFactory Pro Plug-in Manager provides broadcast designers a user-friendly development tool to create additional effects plug-in packages for the Adobe After Effects CS3 and CS4 as well as the Apple Final Cut Studio and Final Cut Express products.
Noise Industries partner Idustrial Revolution is led by Peter Wiggins. Wiggins is a successful broadcast editor with more than 25 years of industry experience. His credits include work with the BBC, CBS, and CNN ? covering everything from the Winter Olympics to working with Michael Jackson on a video for the World Music Awards. A well known power user of Final Cut Pro, Peter has designed a number of popular Noise Industries FxPacks based on his years of experience and passion to improve postproduction workflows for broadcast designers everywhere.
About Noise Industries FxFactory Products
The FxFactory product line offers over 300 award-winning visual effects plug-ins optimized for real-time performance on the Mac platform. FxFactory products support native integration for Adobe After Effects CS3 and CS4, Apple Final Cut Studio® and Apple Final Cut® Express applications ? all within a single package.
Availability and Pricing
The Idustrial Revolution Decimal Counter FxPack is available today via www.idustrialrevolution.com for 29.00 USD. A free 15-day trial version is also available on the Idustrial Revolution web site.
Additional Noise Industries partner plug-in packages are available for free, or commercially starting at a price point of 29.00 USD. FxFactory products can be purchased via the Noise Industries website (www.noiseindustries.com) or through select resellers.
Adobe After Effects CS3, CS4, Apple Final Cut Studio 2 and Apple Final Cut Express 4 users can test drive hundreds of FxFactory plug-ins by downloading the free 15-day trial version from: www.noiseindustries.com/fxfactory
About Noise Industries, LLC
Established in 2004, Boston Massachusetts based Noise Industries is an innovative developer of visual effects tools for the post-production and broadcast community. Their products are integrated with popular non-linear editing and compositing products from Apple, Adobe and Avid. For more information about Noise Industries, please visit: http://www.noiseindustries.com.
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