[prMac.com] Boston, Massachusetts – Noise Industries, developer of plugin effects for the post-production and broadcast markets, announces the availability of Timelines from Ripple Training, a plugin designed exclusively for Final Cut Pro(R) X. Ripple Timelines is a collection of eight transition effects that create graphical timelines for videos. Each transition is highly customizable, allowing editors to change just about any detail including colors, background graphics and text.
A powerful and completely unique Director’s View provides a bird’s eye view of transitions, complete with explanatory text guides and on-screen controls for adjusting the layout of transition video clips and drop zones. Choose from preset camera animation styles, and even adjust the preset to create the exact framing desired.
FxFactory is a revolutionary visual effects architecture powering hundreds of plug-ins for Final Cut Pro, Motion, Premiere Pro and After Effects.
About Ripple Training and President, Steve Martin:
Founded in 2002, Ripple Training Inc. is an online digital training and content distribution company specializing in software training products and plug-ins for postproduction professionals. Ripple Training was founded by editor and producer Steve Martin, who has over 18 years of experience as an editor, educator and producer.
Pricing and Availability:
Ripple Timelines is available today and can be purchased for $59.00 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) from the Noise Industries website.Noise Industries
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