Digital Anarchy Releases OS X Versions of Their Complete Line of After Effects plugins
Plugins That Are Now Compliant Include Psunami Water, Elements: Text and Geomancy
San Francisco, CA – Feb. 18, 2002
Digital Anarchy announced that all of their plugins for Adobe After Effects are now OS X compatible. Digital Anarchy is committed to providing support for the platforms our customers use. With the rapid adoption of Apples new OS X, its important that our tools are available in a native format.
Elements of Anarchy: Text is After Effects 5.5 and Final Cut Pro 3.0 compatible. All three sets of plugins have been fully tested under OS X and After Effects 5.5. While all versions offer the same functionality, there have been some slight improvements. Most notably in the Elements of Anarchy: Text. Additionally, Elements has also been tested with Final Cut Pro 3.0 under OS X.
Elements of Anarchy: Text is now 16-bit compliant. The font handling has also been improved to allow more complete handling of Truetype fonts on both platforms and Postscript fonts on the Mac. The Screen Text plugin has been modified to use a fonts built-in kerning.
Psunami has had some minor improvements made to the preset manager. There have been some bug fixes and general maintenance on all the filters, so all users, Mac or Windows, should upgrade. There is not a new version of Geomancy for Windows, however.
Pricing & Availability.
The Elements and Geomancy upgrades are free to registered users. The Psunami upgrade is free to those customers that purchased it since Digital Anarchy took it over. Theres a $25 upgrade fee to those customers that purchased it when it was an Atomic Power product.
All registered users should have received an email letting them know how to upgrade.
About Digital Anarchy.
Digital Anarchy® is a privately owned company operating out of San Francisco, CA. Digital Anarchy® is devoted to creating high end and high quality software products for broadcast designers in television and film. The products work in conjunction with a wide range of products from companies like Adobe®, Discreet, and Apple®.
Using the experience and creativity of founder Jim Tierney and the programming prowess of Garrick Meeker as a foundation, Digital Anarchy is committed to developing new software to further the creative abilities of broadcast designers and visual effects artists. These products solve a wide range of problems that face designers, from creating text effects and background elements to the addition of lighting effects in 2D compositing applications.
For further information on Digital Anarchy and other products, please see the web site at www.digitalanarchy.com or call 415-621-0991.