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Briefly: FxFactory's Final Cut Pro X plugin, Mionix's gaming mouse

updated 12:30 pm EST, Sat November 30, 2013

CineFlare Handheld plugin for Final Cut Pro X creates 'handheld' look

FxFactory, developer of visual effects tools for post-production and broadcast markets, has introduced a new plugin to its repertoire: CineFlare Handheld. Exclusively built for Final Cut Pro X software, CineFlare Handheld allows editors to mimic video recording captured by using a handheld camera.




CineFlare Handheld offers post-production editing tools that achieve the look of whip pans, lens focusing, zooms, and even bumps and jitters that are commonplace when filming with a handheld camera. Using high quality images, users can choose from over thirty tools and presets to add lens movements and zoom effects, with the option to layer multiple effects for a particular aesthetic. Its Drift Handheld Effect consists of a subtle drifting movement that provides the option to generate a random seed to change up drifting effects, and the Main Handheld Effect offers the ability to control the amount of handheld variation as well as the speed of the movement. Available now through FxFactory, CineFlare Handheld for Final Cut Pro X can be purchased for $50.

Mionix launches AVIOR 7000 ambidextrous optical gaming mouse

Swedish gaming accessories manufacturer, Mionix, unveiled today its new AVIOR 7000 high-performance, ambidextrous gaming mouse. An optical mouse with nine programmable buttons, its ergonomic shape has been developed to be used by either right or left-handed gamers, and supports a palm or claw grip. Its surface is treated with four layers of soft rubber coating for optimal handling and soft touch feel.

AVIOR 7000 ambidextrous gaming mouse
AVIOR 7000 ambidextrous gaming mouse



The AVIOR 7000's ADNS-3310 gaming grade optical sensor delivers no positive or negative hardware acceleration, amazing accuracy, smooth tracking, and a maximum speed up to 5.45m/sec, up to 7000 DPI. Its 32-bit ARM processor enables the mouse to accommodate its many features without compromising its sensor's tracking speed, and its downloadable software provides access to fully customize all buttons, sensor settings, LED colors, macros, and profiles. The Mionix AVIOR 7000 is priced at $80, and is available for pre-order purchase now, with delivery anticipated for December 2013.



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