Noise Industries Exhibits New Visual Effects Products at IBC08
Posted Sep 10, 2008

Noise Industries, developer of visual effects tools for the post-production and broadcast markets announced that they will demonstrate new FxFactory powered plug-in products at the IBC 2008 conference held in Amsterdam from September 12 – 16, 2008 on stand 7.K21.

Visitors to the IBC conference can see the brand newFxFactory 2.0.4 release now offering native integration with Adobe® After Effects® CS3 software and Apple ® Final Cut Studio® and Final Cut® Express applications. FxFactory includes 300 plus award-winning visual effects plug-ins optimized for real-time performance on the Mac platform. Also new in the Noise Industries product portfolio and showcased on the stand is the recently released partner FxPackMotype; a 2D/3D text animation plug-in for Adobe and Apple editors.

In addition to exhibiting at IBC08 on stand 7.K21, Noise Industries will also be exhibiting at the Apple Final Cut Pro Super Meet held on September 14, 2008 at Culture Park Westergasfabriek in Amsterdam.

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 Apple Final Cut Studio and Final Cut Express products.

The following are Noise Industries partners who have developed plug-ins for the FxFactory product.

  • Noise Industries Partner – Yanobox
    • MotypeFxPack
      Adobe® After Effects CS3, 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 http://www.noiseindustries.com.

      New in FxFactory Products
      Single Product, Multi-host Support: The new single product – multi-host support allows customers to use the highly popular FxFactory plug-ins such as Motypewith their favorite Mac-based editing and compositing applications. The move to provide multiple host support in a single product also provides a significant cost savings, as customers will not be charged for every host separately.