You'll get your Mac news here from now on...

Help TMO Grow

Subscriber Login

Advertising Info

The Mac Observer Express Daily Newsletter

More Info

Site Navigation

Columns & Editorials
Mac Links

October 15th, 1999

[11:00 AM] Video Gogh QuickTime Effect Hits Market

RE:Vision Effects Inc. has released their QuickTime Effect, Video Gogh, coming in at version 1.0.1. QuickTime Effects allow manipulation and enhancement of QuickTime movies, much like filters in Adobe Photoshop allow images to be manipulated and enhanced. Video Gogh is no exception. According to RE:Vision Effects:

The Video Gogh QuickTime Effect transforms pictures and video into painted works of art. Video Gogh is different than other painterly filters on the market because Video Gogh actually tracks objects in movies for an unparalleled smooth result.

This QuickTime effect brings the power of Video Gogh technology to any application that supports Apple's QuickTime Effects. This list includes Premiere 5.1a (Adobe), Final Cut Pro (Apple), EditDV and RotoDV (Digital Origin), Media Cleaner (Terran), Commotion (Puffin Designs) and VideoShop (Strata), among many others.

The Video Gogh QuickTime Effect is available for US$29.95. You can find more information at the RE:Vision Effects web site.

Vision Effects

Today's Mac Headlines

[Podcast]Podcast - Apple Weekly Report #135: Apple Lawsuits, Banned iPhone Ad, Green MacBook Ad

We also offer Today's News On One Page!

Yesterday's News


[Podcast]Podcast - Mac Geek Gab #178: Batch Permission Changes, Encrypting Follow-up, Re-Enabling AirPort, and GigE speeds

We also offer Yesterday's News On One Page!

Mac Products Guide
New Arrivals
New and updated products added to the Guide.

Hot Deals
Great prices on hot selling Mac products from your favorite Macintosh resellers.

Special Offers
Promotions and offers direct from Macintosh developers and magazines.

Browse the software section for over 17,000 Macintosh applications and software titles.

Over 4,000 peripherals and accessories such as cameras, printers, scanners, keyboards, mice and more.

© All information presented on this site is copyrighted by The Mac Observer except where otherwise noted. No portion of this site may be copied without express written consent. Other sites are invited to link to any aspect of this site provided that all content is presented in its original form and is not placed within another .