Boston, Massachusetts – FxFactory, developer of visual effects tools for the post-production and broadcast markets, introduces Data Pop, a set of 16 customizable infographic HD titles, to its growing list of plugins. Designed exclusively for Final Cut Pro(R) X by developer Stupid Raisins, Data Pop is the perfect tool for adding professional quality and fully customizable infographics to any project. Let your data speak for itself with Data Pop, available now through FxFactory for just 49 USD.
Data Pop is perfect for adding high quality visualizations to any project. Choose from bold titles, colorful charts and numerous graphs to give your video that extra punch. Data Pop is specially designed with an easy-to-use interface: just “pop,” “drop” and “roll.” Choose a Data Pop title or graphic to make your video “pop,” “drop” it to the desired location and “roll” out the final project: a visual masterpiece that is sure to capture your audience’s attention.
Including 11 Categories of Fully Customizable Charts and Graphs
Make your project “pop” with Data Pop’s wide selection of charts and graphs. Sixteen infographic titles are grouped within 11 different categories for quick and easy selection. Start by selecting your favorite from the categories below, and then choose to either plug and play or customize even further for that perfect personal touch:
* Percentage Fill
* Earth Locations
* Venn Diagram
* Kinetic Typography
* Percentage Shapes
Pricing and Availability:
Stupid Raisins Data Pop – Special Pricing for a Limited Time Only Data Pop is now available through FxFactory at the steeply discounted price of $49 USD (normally $99 USD). This offer is available for a limited time only. Purchase includes a 30-day money back guarantee for your full satisfaction. Want to try it before you buy it? Download FxFactory and open in Final Cut Pro X for a free demo of Data Pop.
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