(London, UK--September 22, 2009) Digital Heaven, one of the leading creators of software for Apple's Pro Apps, today announced the release of AutoMotion 1.6, an update for the graphics automation application for Final Cut Studio. This free update brings compatibility with Motion 4 and Mac OS X Snow Leopard as well as bug fixes and stability improvements.
AutoMotion is a complete solution to the previously manual and time consuming process of creating multiple graphics. Not only does AutoMotion, create multiple graphics in seconds by merging Motion templates with text data but it also manages the revision of those graphics in ways never possible before. As changes are made to each version, AutoMotion shows a live preview of the result complete with title safe areas.
Hundreds of broadcasters, production companies, editors and graphic designers around the world depend on AutoMotion to automate the production of graphics. One of the earliest customers was Channel Five Broadcasting:
"As one of the UK's major broadcasters, AutoMotion has been a crucial component of our Final Cut Pro promo workflow since 2006. Using pre-built templates to very quickly generate multiple versions of graphics allows us to work far more efficiently. We couldn't do what we do, without it." - Stuart Hay, Broadcast Technology Manager, Channel Five Broadcasting.
Pricing and Availability:
AutoMotion for Mac OS X is available for immediate purchase from the Digital Heaven online store for $495 (USD). A trial version which allows creation and export of up to 5 graphic versions is available for download from the Digital Heaven website.
Digital Heaven: http://www.digital-heaven.co.uk
AutoMotion 1.6: http://www.digital-heaven.co.uk/automotion
Download AutoMotion: http://download.digital-heaven.co.uk/AutoMotion.zip
Purchase AutoMotion: http://store.esellerate.net/s.asp?s=STR1043449256&Cmd=BUY&SKURefnum=SKU30952743539
Digital Heaven was founded in 2000 by ex-BBC Resources video editor Martin Baker. For six years the company provided broadcast post production facilities for clients such as the BBC, Channel Four and many independent production companies. After the success of their first software products, the company shifted its focus in 2005 to exclusively concentrate on software development. In total, 14 Final Cut Plug-ins and six applications have been added to the product range. All trademarks appearing herein are the property of their respective owners.