Motion 5 developers have introduced a new animated effect entitled inMotion3D Shatter from Pixel Movie Studios.
"inMotion3D Shatter is an exciting emblem reveal tool for Motion 5," said Christina Austin, CEO of Pixel Film Studios. "inMotion3D Shatter blurs the road between professional and beginner making this plugin a definite game changer."
Smash and shatter footage or still photos as 3D fragments explode to reveal the subsequent image from Pixel Film Studios. With the 3D digital camera and lights in Motion 5, customers can take their shatter impact to the next level. Spin, pivot or pan around the media as it shatters into hundreds of tiny pieces.
Management the shatter of any footage inside Motion 5 and watch as 3D fragments and shards fly by the camera. inMotion3D Shatter's animation is computerized and customizable, so customers simply have to pull, drop a generator into the timeline, apply their media to the Drop Zone, and watch because it shatters.
Use the controls in the inspector window to completely customise the Motion shatter template. Users can change the number, weight, gravity, thickness and influence of the shatter effect to create endless cool looks.
Customers can add photographs, movies or shade solids to their shatter effect. Merely drag the media into the timeline after which apply it to the generator. As soon as the media is inside the generator, customers can uncheck the visibility box of the original media layer.
Designed for Movement 5, users can merely drag and drop the generator into the timeline, after which adjust the look. With the 3D digicam and light sources available in Motion 5, users can create more seems to be than ever.
Established in 2006, Aliso Viejo, California-based mostly Pixel Movie Studios is an revolutionary developer of visual effects instruments for the post-manufacturing and broadforged community. Their merchandise are integrated with standard non-linear editing and compositing products from Apple FCPX Motion Plugins
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