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    Default Essensial Plugins

    Im newbie here

    I was wondering what kind of plugin's people are using.

    What are essensial plugin's to have.(and what does they do)

    What plugin's are user friendly.

    Hope to get litle help here.

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    Trapcode Shine is great!
    Magic Bullet is also great (judging by the freebie presets I have).

    Also, not sure if it really qualifies as a plugin in the normal sense but I wouldn't want to be without the Matrox XTools - which are all the realtime transitions and effects for the RTX100. I know I'm mentioning it again but, hey, he did ask!

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    Wow, the Trapcode Shine looks great. $99.00 is a little much for me now, is there a similar effect in Premiere Pro or After Effects Pro?

    James

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    Millsy said:

    "Trapcode Shine is great!
    Magic Bullet is also great (judging by the freebie presets I have)."

    Can you tell what kind of effect you can do with the these plugin's

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    Magic bullet has various colour treatments that can achieve a film like look. Take a look at this: http://www.redgiantsoftware.com/mbforeditors.html

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    And more importantly, a bundle of the magic bullet presets are free when you register Adobe Premiere Pro online. That's where I got mine.

    As for the trapcode plugin, Visit www.trapcode.com and have a look around. You can even try them out for free, which is what I did. Difficult to justify the price for the amount of use I might make of them though. Shame :(

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    I find magic bullet indespensible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Peters
    I find magic bullet indespensible.
    Just don't try holding your breath while it's rendering though :twisted:

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    Another tool I find indespensible (now that I have it) is Particle Illusion.

    It's not strictly a plugin at the moment but it will be soon for AE.

    Details at www.wondertouch.com if the web site is back up yet.

    And, no, I don't work there and I'm related to the boss. I just like the tool.

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