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Briefly: Platinotype for FCP X, Ballistic Tough Jacket

updated 02:20 pm EST, Wed January 25, 2012

Ballistic releases new iPad 2 case

CrumplePop has released Platinotype, a new platinum photographic process plug-in for FCP X, while Ballistic has launched a new iPad 2 case


CrumplePop has announced the launch of Platinotype, a platinum photographic process plug-in designed for Final Cut Pro X. The digital effect can be dropped onto any film clip in FCP X, and includes support for both SD and HD files encoded with all major codecs. Platinotype also includes a number of control parameters that allow users to adjust the depth, detail, exposure, and more. Until January 30th the plug-in can be purchased for $39 with the coupon code PLTY-0036-INTR-0120, after which the price will rise to $75.

Ballistic Tough Jacket features three protective layers

The Ballistic Tough Jacket, a new protective case for the iPad 2, has been announced by Ballistic. The case is comprised of three layers, an inner silicone layer, an impact resistant hard plastic, and a shock absorbent polymer, that together provide complete protection for the device without hindering any of its controls. A protective cover that doubles as a kickstand is also included with the case. The Ballistic Tough Jacket is available in black and red models for $70.







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