Noise Industries Ships Photo Montage Slide-Show Plug-In for Final Cut Pro, Motion and After Effects

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Trendsetting slide-show animation plug-in creates stunning still animations – no keyframing required

Boston, MA – March 29, 2011


Noise Industries

, developer of visual effects tools for the post-production and broadcast markets, is pleased to announce the release of its brand new still animation plug-in⎯Photo Montage⎯powered by FxFactory®. Photo Montage presents users with more than one-hundred animated presets, twenty transition styles, easy re-ordering and re-timing options, and built-in motion blurring features for animating any type of still image within Apple® Final Cut Pro®, Motion®, Final Cut Express®, and Adobe® After Effects®. Noise Industries’ new plug-in helps users to easily string together images, titles, transitions, and more for a picturesque presentation that creates an animated medley of still photos – no keyframing required. When combined with its user-friendly interface, Photo Montage’s full array of effect parameters allows both novice and expert users to create eye-catching animations that exceed even the most demanding clients’ creative needs. “We are ecstatic to introduce its unique features to the FxFactory community,� says Niclas Bahn, director of business development, Noise Industries. “The principle behind Photo Montage is simple: select an animation style and your photos, and let the plug-in do the rest. With easy re-ordering and re-timing, built-in motion blurring, and many animated presets, the plug-in’s extreme ease of use certainly does not imply limited functionality. Anyone animating stills will want this plug-in; it will make the entire slideshow animation workflow a breeze.�

Photo Montage Highlights

A Noise Industries’ plug-in, Photo Montage, combines an extensive array of effect parameters with extreme ease-of-use for an unparalleled still animation workflow. Key Photo Montage features include: ■ Keyframing Optional: No keyframes are required for animation. Set durations for pause and transition, and leave the hard work to the plug-in. ■ Support for All Popular Image Formats: This includes JPEG, PNG, and PSD. ■ Easy Re-Ordering and Re-Timing: Customize the order and duration of each photo without wasting precious time renaming files or resizing tracks on the timeline. ■ Titling Support: Assign titles to each image and customize how and where these titles appear in the final output. ■ More Than One Hundred Presets: There is no easier way to explore Photo Montage and find the desired look for any project. ■ Built-in Motion Blurring: Create high-quality animations at any frame rate with built-in motion blur, available for all effects. For more information on Photo Montage, please visit:

Availability and Pricing of Photo Montage

 Photo Montage is available now through April 17, 2011 at an introductory price of $159 USD. A trial version of Photo Montage is included with the FxFactory installer. The trial version can be unlocked by purchasing a registration code from the online store at

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About Noise Industries, LLC

 Established in 2004, Boston, Massachusetts-based Noise Industries is an innovative developer of visual effects tools for the postproduction and broadcast community. Their products are integrated with popular non-linear editing and compositing products from Apple and Adobe. For more information about Noise Industries, please visit:

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