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Noise Industries has added Shape Pop from Stupid Raisins to its range of plug-ins offered through FxFactory. Available for Final Cut Pro X, Shape Pop consists of 30 customizable transitions that break up video into shapes to reveal the incoming clip.
Shape Pop consists of 30 customizable transitions that break up video into different shapes to reveal the incoming clip. You can drag and drop transitions for straightforward projects, or fine-tune transitions with Shape Pop's custom tools to achieve the desired look. It's plug and play with circle, square, triangle and diamond templates.
You can create your own unique look with Shape Pop's custom controls. What's more, you can adjust everything from color and gradient to patterns and feathering effects.
FxFactory is a visual effects architecture powering hundreds of plug-ins for Final Cut Pro 7, Final Cut Pro X, Motion, Premiere Pro and After Effects. Users can take advantage of the fact that they can download, install and test all products in trial mode free of charge before making a purchase. During trial mode all products are fully functional indefinitely, but render a small watermark. The pro version of FxFactory costs US$399.