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Noise Industries releases FxFactory 4.0
Wednesday, November 14, 2012 @ 4:15pm

Noise Industries announced today that visual plugin platform FxFactory 4 is now available. The new update supports Adobe Premiere Pro CS6, as well as Final Cut Pro, Motion, and Adobe After Effects. FxFactory 4 is a video toolbox with a number of plugins for video stylization, color correction, stills animation, keying, stereoscopic 3D, tilting, and more.

The new version of FxFactory also updates a number of the popular products built into the platform. Photo Montage, Motype 1.3, Callouts 1.3, Cleaner 2.0, Split Animator, and FxFactory Pro have all received updates in the new version. The update is available as a free download at Noise Industries.

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