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dvGarage Announces Conduit for Motion

dvGarage Announces Conduit for Motion

by , 12:40 PM EDT, July 12th, 2006

dvGarage released Conduit 1.0 for Apple Motion on Wednesday. Conduit is node-based compositing application that works inside Motion. It is Universal Binary, makes full use of your Mac's built-in graphics processor, and renders effects in 32-bit color even if Motion is set to 8-bit. Conduit is available at the dvGarage Web site, and is priced at US$199, which includes a 3-month membership to Pixel Corps.

dvGarage is offering Conduit 1.0 for $149 through July 20 with coupon code 7hx38f.

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