Boris FX, the folks who make integrated graphics and effects technology, has brought its entire product over line to Mac OS X. The company is showcasing those products at this week’s Macworld Conference & Expo in New York City.
This week the company announced that Boris FX, Boris GRAFFITI, and Boris CONTINUUM Complete are now available for Macintosh OS X. Boris RED 2.5, with support for OS X, will begin shipping on July 31.
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Boris FX is a US$595 tool for integrated effects creation in nonlinear editing. Boris GRAFFITI is $495 software for integrating 2D and 3D title animation: native vector text, animated tracking, type-on effects and text on a path. Boris RED, which costs $1,995, combines Boris FX and Boris GRAFFITI in a single application, and adds vector paint, motion tracking, rotoscoping, and advanced 3D compositing and animation on the desktop.
Boris CONTINUUM COMPLETE provides compositing features for Final Cut Pro and Adobe After Effects, with over 80 filters in all. The regular cost is $695, but it’s on sale this week for $200 off.
In addition to bringing the entire Boris FX product line to Mac OS X, the latest releases of Boris FX software are updated to run with the most current versions of Adobe Premiere, Apple’s Final Cut Pro, Avid Xpress DV, Xpress and Media Composer, and Media 100i.