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29/11/2007

Boris FX Makes Boris Red 4.2 Available

Boris FX has announced the latest release of Boris Red 4.2 for electronic distributiuon.
The award-winning Boris Red version 4 series offers 2D/3D compositing, titling, paint, rotoscoping, a full suite of tools to create and extrude vector objects, 3D creation and animation, and the industry-leading software DVE technology packaged as a plug-in application for some 20-plus non-linear editing systems.
Offered free for existing Red 4 customers, the new 4.2 update adds support for major operating systems Leopard (Apple OS X) and Vista (Microsoft) as well as extended Sony Vegas 8.0 and Adobe CS 3.0 host integration with full validation for the Intel-Mac versions of After Effects and Premiere Pro and After Effects for Windows Vista.
For more information, visit the Boris FX website at www.borisfx.com
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