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Briefly: Font manager Font Sleuth 2.4, Data Pop for FCP X

updated 02:55 pm EST, Fri January 31, 2014

ToThePoint Software updates Font Sleuth, adds font identification

ToThePoint Software has released its newest version of Font Sleuth, a budget-friendly font manager for OS X. Intended for efficient selection, Font Sleuth provides a simple interface for management of fonts. Its newest version, v2.4, offers the addition of font identification, as well as improved font recognition.



Available for $15, Font Sleuth is notably less costly than more complex font managers. Font Sleuth requires OS X 10.7 or later to run.

Infographics creator Data Pop plug-in released for Final Cut Pro X

FXFactory has released Data Pop, its latest plug-in series for Final Cut Pro X. Offering the ability to create infographic titles and charts, the set of plug-ins is designed for high definition content and is available exclusively for Final Cut Pro X. Users can select from 16 professional quality FCP X titles for different types of charts and graphs, such as area, line, bar, pie, ring, percentage fill, earth locations, timeline, venn diagram, and more.



Data Pop is currently available at sale pricing. Normally valued at $100, Data Pop can be purchased for half off for a limited time. A free trial is available for download from FXFactory.




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