New Plug-in and LA Presentation

If you are going to be in LA on Tuesday June 21st, I’ll be doing a presentation at the DMALA user group and you should come check it out! We are going to be taking a look a couple of upcoming plug-ins including Optical Flares for Nuke and our all new tool for After Effects that you may have heard by it’s codename : Atom.

It’s a new plug-in, and it does some cool stuff.

Of course, I’ll follow it up on the website with some feature demos and a release date.

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