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CycoreFX Path Tools v1.2 and Sphere Utilities v1.2 for After Effects Win64 - VR
CycoreFX Path Tools v1.2 and Sphere Utilities v1.2 for After Effects Win64 - VR

The creators of Final Effects and Cult Effects

CFX Path Tools 1.2

Path Tools have been updated with latest After Effects CS6 SDK. This is required to run in After Effects CS6 and take advantage of new features like the Global Performance

Cache.

Path Tools is a package containing two powerful plug-ins, Rakka and Wiggle Stroke. The basic requirement for both plug-ins is a mask path. Rakka also needs a layer to "rack-

up", or repeat, along the selected mask path. From there, the combinations are almost endless to create cool and original looking animations, backgrounds or effects. You can

create stunning animations with minimal effort ? animations that were once only possible with particle generators. Using Wiggle Stroke you can do anything from "wiggling" frames

to completely crazy looking thread/wire animations, all from a single mask path. Path Tools supports 32 bpc color (float) and will become an indispensable addition to your

toolbox. Check out the movies to the left.

CFX Sphere Utilities 1.2

Sphere Utilities have been updated with latest After Effects CS6 SDK. This is required to run in After Effects CS6 and take advantage of new features like the Global Performance

Cache.

Sphere Utilities is a package containing four plug-ins that are essentially tools to be used to create, edit and animate spherical maps. Using Sphere Utilities these tasks become as

easy as moving text from left to right on the screen. Need to draw a line from Seattle to Uppsala or animate an airplane flying from Melbourne to LA crossing the date line? Sphere

Utilities is a must have. Crossing the date line is a task that currently involves a lot of manual work, duplication of the layer and hand-matching the motion. These animations can

then be used directly in After Effects with CC Sphere, or any other plug-in that supports spherical mapping, or in your favorite 3D application. Sphere Utilities supports 32 bpc

color (float) and will be a welcome addition to your toolbox. Check out the movies to the left.