With 3D Stroke, paths, logos or lines can take on lives of their own: glowing, tapering, and moving in complex ways through 3D space, while a built-in camera lets you capture the action from any angle. It's broadcast TV's secret weapon for animated logos and sophisticated write-on effects.
Preset shapes such as stars, grids, and more than ten kinds of squiggles give you pre-drawn starting points for compelling animations.
3D Stroke's UI gives you pinpoint control over shapes, colors, thickness, feathering, start and end points, and offset. More controls are available for looping and repeating movement, motion blur, and opacity.
You get controls for setting clipping planes, controlling camera position, rotation and zoom, and even an auto-orient feature to make sure your objects are always in the center of the camera's view.
Speedy 3D rendering is perfect for HD motion graphics
Features 32-bit support (After Effects, Final Cut Pro, Motion) and 16-bit support (Avid AVX, Premiere Pro)
Add motion blur to your strokes for a more realistic effect
3D Stroke integrates seamlessly with After Effects' 3D composition camera, allowing you to view the strokes from any angle
3D Stroke has its own built-in 3D camera for Final Cut Pro, Motion, and Avid AVX
Use the repeater to generate additional strokes that can be uniquely defined
Mac OS X 10.4.4 - 10.4.11
Mac OS X 10.5.2 and later
Power Mac G5, Mac Intel 1 GB of RAM 30 MB of Hard Drive space
PC / Windows
Windows 7 (32 and 64 bit)
Windows Vista (32-bit)**
Windows XP SP1 or later (32-bit)**
Pentium 4 2.4 GHz or faster (or AMD equivalent) 1 GB of RAM 30 MB of Hard Drive space
**Windows XP 64-bit systems are not supported.
Adobe After Effects CS5**, CS4, CS3
Adobe Premiere Pro CS5**, CS4, CS3
Apple Final Cut Pro 7, 6, 5.1.4
Apple Final Cut Express 4
Apple Motion 3.02
Avid Xpress Pro/Media Composer 5.6+, 2.7+
**Adobe CS5 is 64 bit only