Here are the latest incremental updates for Mac OS X apps.

Noise Industries ( has updated its free Pan and Zoom plug-in to offer support for Apple Final Cut Pro X, alongside Motion and Adobe After Effects. The Pan and Zoom generator allows editors to create the effect made popular by Ken Burns. Users can achieve stunning animations without a single keyframe. Pan and Zoom is supported in Final Cut Pro 6, 7 and X, Final Cut Express 4, Motion 3, 4 and 5 and Adobe After Effects CS4, CS5, CS5.5 and CS6.

Teorex has announced a new version of Inpaint, its solution for quick removal of unwanted objects from digital photos. The new version’s Multi View feature is based on a conceptually new method, enabling the users to make a “perfect” picture out of several shots of the same scene.

Zevrix Solutions ( has released InPreflight Pro 2.10, a compatibility update to its document preparation solution for Adobe InDesign. The new version makes InPreflight Pro compatible with recently released InDesign CS6.

Micromat ( has rolled out TechTool Deluxe 3.1.4, which updates previous versions of the TechTool Deluxe diagnostics utility that tests a Mac’s critical system components, including the processor, RAM, VRAM, hard drive and more. This new version of TechTool Deluxe adds compatibility for Lion, provides a number of fixes for better performance on newer machines and improves localization for non-English languages.

Bare Bones Software ( has introduced TextWrangler 4.0.1, an update to its general purpose text editor for Mac OS X. The new version includes fixes for specific reported issues.

Troi Automatisering ( has given us Troi Activator Plug-in 3.1 for FileMaker Pro 12. The upgrade easy install functionality.

This one isn’t really Mac related, but so you’ll know: Apple has released QuickTime 7.7.2 for Windows, a security update. The patch addresses 17 specific issues.