Boston, Massachusetts – FxFactory, developer of visual effects tools for the post-production and broadcast markets, recently announced the availability of Hawaiki AutoSplit, a plugin designed for split screen creation and animation. Developed by Tokyo Productions and Lawn Road, AutoSplit offers incredible power and flexibility to help you work faster and more creatively. The plugin supports a wide variety of host applications, including Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects, Apple’s Motion 5, Final Cut Pro X and Final Cut Pro 7.
AutoSplit is the Quickest and Most Powerful Split Screen Plugin Available! AutoSplit harnesses a wealth of powerful automated processes to make your split screen animation projects much easier and more enjoyable than ever before. The plugin offers simple, menu-driven animation and fully customizable grid parameters to give ultimate precision at the click of a button.
AutoSplit includes two separate effect modules: AutoSplit Classic and AutoSplit Extended, for the perfect effect for every project. Classic is ideal for creating an unlimited number of different rectangular grids in the classic split screen formation. Unlike other split screen plugins, which offer a limited set of fixed value boxes, Classic allows the scale, crop and hold position of each box to be set to any value, meaning there is virtually no limit to the different grid arrangements you can achieve. For those desiring other geometrical patterns, Extended offers a variety of shapes based on triangles that can be combined to form a large number of unusual and interesting layouts. A large library of built-in presets is also available for those desiring instant split screen animation.
Pricing and Availability:
Hawaiki AutoSplit is now available through FxFactory for only $49 (USD). To experience a free demo before purchase, simply download FxFactory for immediate use.
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