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Briefly: Film Strip Effect for Final Cut Pro X, Microsoft My Apps

updated 11:52 pm EDT, Sat March 15, 2014

Film Strip Effect released for Final Cut Pro X, offers new projection styles

FXFactory has announced its release of Film Strip Effect for Final Cut Pro X, a plug-in that offers aesthetic options that go beyond a simple slide projector effect. Users have analog controls over each included effect, and can determine the shape, size, and position of each slide. Blurring, scratching, dust, jittering, light flash and more variables are featured, to offer a vintage look for one's production. A free trial of Film Strip Effect is available online, with the full plug-in available for $50.

Microsoft releases My Apps - Windows Azure Active Directory for iOS

Mircosoft has released an iOS app for users of Windows Azure Active Directory, entitled My Apps. A cloud-based platform that pertains to advanced identity governance and application access management, Microsoft's Window's Azure Active Directory iOS app allows users who are part of an organization that uses the platform to access it with a single sign-on. My Apps supports logging in to different cloud apps and services with one username and password, such as Facebook, Twitter, Dropbox, and more. My Apps - Windows Azure Active Directory is free to download and is available for use with devices that run iOS 7 or later.






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