11.02.2006 02:39 PM
Red Giant Software Partners With Trapcode
Red Giant Software, publisher of a line of professional digital video tools, including Magic Bullet and Knoll Light Factory announced a new partnership with Trapcode, a motion graphics and visual effects plug-in developer based in Sweden.

Effective today Red Giant Software will be the exclusive publisher of all seven Trapcode products worldwide. All sales, support and marketing for end users, resellers and distributors will be handled directly by Red Giant Software. Products will continue to be available for purchase at www.trapcode.com as well as www.redgiantsoftware.com.

Using its engineering expertise, Red Giant Software plans to offer Trapcode’s popular Adobe After Effects plug-ins on a wider range of host applications like Apple Final Cut Pro and Avid AVX. Also, beginning in spring 2007 reengineered Trapcode products will be available for purchase as a product box or via software download, meeting the needs of both resellers and end users.

“Red Giant is the ideal match for Trapcode, as they already publish highly esteemed software such as The Orphanage's Magic Bullet and Knoll Light Factory. The Trapcode suite will fit perfectly within the Red Giant Software lineup, delivering a wide range of useful tools for animators and editors,” said Peder Norrby, owner of Trapcode.

“This partnership of joining core company strengths, allows Norrby to do what he does best—make new tools—and Red Giant focus on what we do best, expand the potential market and provide the highest level of support,” said Andrew Little, cofounder of Red Giant Software.

All current versions of the seven Trapcode products can be purchased from www.trapcode.com or www.redgiantsoftware.com. Updated versions of the Trapcode products are scheduled to ship in spring of 2007.

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