Digieffects (http://www.digieffects.com) will launch three new products next week: FreeForm 3D Mesh Warp, FreeForm 3D Displacer, and Damage 2.0. Attendees at the NAB Show in Las Vegas from April 12-15, can stop by the Plugin Pavilion, booth SL4228 to meet with representatives from Digieffects.
All new plugins, as well as Camera Mapper, Falloff Lighting and Aged Film will support native 64-bit applications. New products include:
° FreeForm 3D Mesh Warp: developed by Mettle Communications and available for US$99, Digieffects FreeForm 3D Mesh Warp adds a third dimension to the built-in After Effects mesh warp tool. Users can select how many rows and columns to divide the image into, then manipulate the control tangents to create cylinders, curves, ribbons, folding cards, and an infinite amount of three dimensional shapes.
° FreeForm 3D Displacer: developed by Mettle Communications and available for $99, Digieffects FreeForm 3D Displacer brings true three dimensional displacement mapping to After Effects. Displacement maps can be animated, adding effects like rippling water or blowing flags in full 3D perspective. Customers can also use mesh subdivision to raise and lower the density of
their mesh and anti-aliasing settings.
° Damage 2.0: this is the only plugin dedicated to making a project “look worse.” Version 2.0 includes support for native 64-bit applications, 32-bit per channel support and Destabilize
and Overexpose (formerly part of Simulate: Camera). Damage 2.0 supports After Effects, Final Cut Pro, Premiere Pro, Edius, Combustion and Boris RED.
The updates to 64-bit compatible versions of Camera Mapper, Falloff Lighting and Aged Film will be available free of charge.