Adobe unveils After Effects 7.0

Filed under: — By Aviran Mordo @ 8:59 am

Adobe’s $3.4 billion purchase of Macromedia is starting to have an impact on the software giant’s product line. The latest version of After Effects, unveiled by Adobe tuesday, includes Flash Video export among its new features.

A tool for producing motion graphics and visual effects for film, video, and the Web, Adobe After Effects 7.0 also includes a re-designed, unified user interface and expanded support for OpenGL 2.0.

According to Adobe, users of After Effects 7.0 can eliminate overlapping windows and palettes, rearrange panels, save custom workspaces, and control UI brightness. OpenGL 2.0 speeds production time by accelerating the on-screen rendering of 2-D and 3-D composites and offers high-fidelity support for blending modes, motion blur on 2-D layers, anti-aliasing, track mattes, and shadows.

Source: macworld


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