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Kevin MonahanRe: Questions for CS6
by on Apr 13, 2012 at 4:03:58 am

[Dennis Radeke] "FX Factory built their architecture on Apple's graphics engine and as a result cannot easily port it over to Premiere Pro. My advice is to tell them you want it for PRemiere Pro. As a plugin company they are dependent on users and host applications like Premiere Pro."

Right Dennis. The basis for their plug-ins is Quartz Composer. It's a great plug-in structure, however, it is Mac only. Their plug-ins work in After Effects, but only on the Mac side. You could certainly use dynamic link to get the FX Factory plug-ins into your workflow. As Dennis said, you could write to them and ask them to port their plug-ins to Premiere Pro on the Mac side. If it can be done for After Effects, it certainly could be done for Premiere Pro. However, you will not likely see these plug-ins on the Windows side. I love FX Factory, I really hope they make the move to Premiere Pro some day.

Kevin Monahan
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