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Effect Builder AE introduced

ImageEffect Builder AE is a new development kit for creating Adobe After Effects™ plug-ins from Quartz Compositions on MacOS X.

Quartz Composer, delivered freely by Apple, is a graphics development environment that allows users to build complex and hardware accelerated image effects. With Effect Builder AE users can transform Quartz Compositions to After Effects plug-ins and thus take advantage from the rich features and hardware acceleration of Quartz Compositions through OpenGL. 

Effect Builder AE provides a simple and intuitive user interface that lets users easily setup plug-ins from Quartz Compositions without programming knowledge. All basic parameter types of After Effects are supported, and beyond this, plug-ins built with Effect Builder AE can load user selected external images.
Optionally, users can load different Quartz Compositions from within After Effects on the fly or even modify Quartz Compositions without restarting After Effects. This feature provides maximum flexibility and can save a lot of time.

Effect Builder AE addresses video professionals who want to combine the power and flexibility of Quartz Compositions with After Effects. In addition, Effect Builder AE's licensing mechanism encourages video artists to distribute their own high quality effects commercially.

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iStabilize.dmg (3.0 MB) v2.2.4

User Comments

"Just a quick note to say what a brilliant program this is! Yesterday we took some hand-held shots from a helicopter and your program has removed all the judder and we now have some excellent useable footage. Thank you so much." Bob Hamilton - The Magic Video Company

"I downloaded the demo for iStabilize and was impressed with the speed and ease of use of this app. I could use high end apps for stabilizing, like commotion pro or AE 6, but to do the same thing as iStabilize, would take about 3 to 4x longer. Once you account for setting it up, loading the footage, manually finding tracking points, then tracking and all the rest.. for 99% of the shots it is not worth the extra effort..." Ben A.