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Briefly: Tokyo ReAnimator for FCPX, MacPhun bundle
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Mar 21, 2013, 02:44 PM
Noise Industries has released a new plug-in for Final Cut Pro X that provides video editors with tools for cleaning up and repairing dead pixels. Tokyo ReAnimator is capable of removing lens dirt and sensor dust issues, as well as other small-scale artifacts from any footage. After selecting the area of a clip that need to be treated the plug-in will automatically zoom in and repair damaged footage. Tokyo ReAnimator can be purchased online for $50.

MacPhun offering "3 Mac Essentials" bundle

A new bundle featuring three popular Mac apps has been launched by MacPhun. Dubbed the "3 Mac Essentials" bundle, the collection offers FX Photo Studio Pro, Gemini, and Focus for the single price of $9. FX Photo Studio Pro and Focus both includes a number of tools for editing digital images, while Gemini allows users to find and remove duplicate files from their computer. The bundle will be available until March 25, however, each day the price will be incrementally increased.
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