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ShapeShifter AE and FreeForm Pro available for CS6: Mac & WIN

 

ShapeShifter AE and FreeForm Pro have been available for Windows for quite some time. Now they are also available for Mac.

Technical specs:
Mac: NVIDIA equipped Macs with 1 GB of VRAM or higher.
PC: NVIDIA and ATI/AMD systems with 1 GB of VRAM or higher.


 
 


 
 

ShapeShifter AE

Generate Organic 3D Effects.
Also Great for 3D Text & Logo Extrusions.

Generate and animate organic 3D effects and 3D text in the AE comp window. Features include: reflection mapping, shadow casting, high speed rendering, built in particle system called the Generator, high speed rendering, ability to render depth maps for use with lens blurs and other plug-ins, animate between different shapes. Added value: Free Project Files included!

Create Organic 3D Entirely Within After Effects: ShapeShifter AE

 
 

Lightning Fast Rendering & Easy 3D Extrusions: ShapeShifter AE

 
 

Create Complex 3D Animations in minutes: ShapeShifter AE

 
 

FreeForm Pro

Pro-level 3D Mesh Warp.

3D Shape morphs, Advanced Image morphing, and character animation, water replacement, and 2D to 3D stereo conversion. Up to 20x Faster than FreeForm!

Features include: Adaptive Tessellation, Auto Tangents, A built-in particle system called the Generator, Depth Maps, Control Points for use with Expressions and Trackers, 
Polygonal Alpha Clipping,  Reflection Mapping
 Shadow Casting. Free Project Files included!

 

3D Shape Morphs: FreeForm Pro

 

 

Character Animation: FreeForm Pro

 

 

2D and 3D Stereo Conversion: FreeForm Pro

 

 
 
About the Author:

 

Nancy Eperjesy is a partner at Mettle, and has been involved in the development of the After Effects Plug-ins FreeForm, ShapeShifter AE, and FreeForm Pro. She started off her career as a graphic designer, and began using After Effects when it was still called CoSa After Effects. She holds degrees from McGill University and Pratt Institute.

5 Responses to “ShapeShifter AE and FreeForm Pro available for CS6: Mac & WIN”

  1. was the spiderman logo animation very complex, how long would it take to create it from scratch you think?

     
    • This animation took about three hours for an experienced After Effects user (Chris Bobotis at mettle). I think that the average After Effects user could get it done easily in a day.

       
  2. Is there a timeline for ATI support on Mac?

     
    • Andrew Phang
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    • ATI and Apple say they are working on this, but they never give a definitive timeline. Maybe it will appear in the next Mountain Lion OS update. You’re better off to get an NVIDIA card in the meantime.

       
  3. Been waiting for the Mac version for ShapeShifter.

     

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