(December 19, 2012) Noise Industries, developer of visual effects tools for the post-production and broadcast markets, introduces Tokyo PiPinator to FxFactory. An advanced but simple-to-use picture-in-picture effect, PiPinator brings the power of menu-driven animation and a wealth of useful features exclusively to Final Cut Pro® X. Editors can create elegant and original composites without the need for keyframing.
Many Options to Choose From: Tokyo PiPinator can be found in the FCP X Effects library and comes with five modules to choose from, making it easy to find the ideal set-up for any animation.
Build Elaborate Composites: While the effect is perfect for single image picture-in-picture animation, it’s very easy to use multiple layers of the effect to build up elaborate composites.
Maximum Control Means Maximum Creativity: With Tokyo PiPinator, editors have maximum control over every aspect of the effect, combined with the maximum ease of use, so they can spend time being creative – without having to worry about keyframes.
So Easy to Use: Changes are quick to make and equally quick to fine tune, whether it’s motion path, scaling, rotation, cropping, image offset, border, drop shadow, reflection and more. You design – PiPinator takes care of the rest.
About Tokyo Productions
Tokyo is a boutique creative shop specializing in movie trailers, sales promos and TV spots for the independent film sector both in the UK and across Europe. Tokyo’s Creative Director, Simon Ubsdell, is responsible for designing the new range of available Final Cut Pro X templates. Simon has been a film and video editor for about 25 years. He’s been involved in motion graphics, sound design and mixing, music composition, visual effects and compositing, 3D modeling and animation, as well as writing, directing and producing.
About Noise Industries, LLC
Established in 2004, Boston, Massachusetts-based Noise Industries is an innovative developer of visual effects tools for the post-production and broadcast community. Their products are integrated with popular non-linear editing and compositing products from Apple and Adobe. For more information, please visit the Noise Industries website.