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Recipient of the Apple Design Award in 2008 brings engineering prowess to the FxFactory platform; offering new plug-ins for Adobe After Effects and Final Cut

Boston MA—April 20, 2009 - Noise Industries, developer of visual effects tools for the post-production and broadcast markets announced that new development partner Boinx Software, has released the FxTiles FxPack at NAB 2009. The FxFactory powered FxTiles is a brand new collection of 3D filters and transitions designed for the Adobe® After Effects® CS3 / CS4, Apple® Final Cut Studio® and Apple Final Cut® Express applications. A well known developer of video applications for the Mac platform, Boinx Software has an extensive background and a list of accolades for their impressive image technology developments. The new FxTiles FxPack incorporates the Boinx Software image manipulation magic; offering 7 professional grade filters and transitions with extensive controls and a slew of presets for users to fly through building complex 3D movements with stunning results.

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Matt Fisher reviewed BoinxTV:

"If you are interested in a possible career in news broadcasting or just want to spoof up your videos then BoinxTV is the right application for you. Starting at seemingly high price of $199, BoinxTV is equipped with many features and endless possibilities allowing the 'average Joe' to be the Internet's top news anchor."

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"We made this movie based on a story idea we had last year in my film class...my class is popular with students who love the creativity and technical challenge. Our hero, portrayed by a G.I.Joe figure, passes the time on his tiny island, hears a sea-plane, and fires off a flare with unfortunate results. iStop Motion on a MacBook, iMovie for transitions and sounds."

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"A visual exploration of photographs and digitally manipulated images that explores the present day water cycle and what may become of it." Made with FotoMagico.

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iMacArLy demonstrates the basics of BoinxTV in 10 minutes.

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"In this workshop students from I.E.Canada Blanch School designed and created a moving puppet inspired by the Museum collection which they then animated. Working alongside New Media Artist in Residence, Jo Lawrence, students learnt about how she develops the characters in her animations and the creative process that she follows. (...) Using the programme iStopMotion, students then created a short animation. (...)

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"I used a simple clay figure with a homemade wire armature in it. Also I used Photoshop and iMove HD to do a lot of the editing. I got the idea from Patrick Boivin's Black Ox Skateboard stop motion video."

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"Animation I directed and Animated for SMUGGLER smugglersite.com in April of 2008 with the help of filmmaker Gandja Monteiro."

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Look3Starting as a backyard party of National Geographic photographer Michael "Nick" Nichols, this informal gathering of a few photo enthusiasts grew into one of the biggest photographic festivals in the United States. This year, thousands of photographers will come together in the picturesque, historic downtown of Charlottesville, Virginia, to celebrate photography with exhibitions, workshops and outdoor screenings. We spoke with Kevin Burtnett and Jon Golden, technical masterminds of the LOOK3 Festival, about organizational challenges and why they rely on FotoMagico Pro for all of their slideshows.

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Michael BeekNanga Parbat (Urdu: نانگا پربت = "Naked Mountain") is the one of the highest mountains on Earth. Also known as the "Killer Mountain," Nanga Parbat was one of the deadliest of the eight-thousand footers for climbers in the first half of the twentieth century, and is still an extremely serious climb.* For Michael Beek, explorer, mountain guide, paraglider, author and photographer, Nanga Parbat is his personal "Mountain of Destiny." We asked him about his passion for uncharted far reaches in the Karakoram, and why he's using FotoMagico for his presentations.

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