PRESS RELEASE: Research Institute of Systems Planning, Inc. (ISP) Released "ROBUSKEY for Video version 1.1" Plugin for After Effects, Premiere Pro and Final Cut Proq
April 18, 2011 9:00 JST -- Research Institute of Systems Planning, Inc. is proud to announce the release of "ROBUSKEY for Video version 1.1". This plugin software provides users Chroma-Key effects with the highest quality and the simplest operation. It supports both green background and blue background, runs on After Effects, Premiere Pro and Final Cut Pro. Of course, fine-tuning is also available for advanced users.
What makes "ROBUSKEY for Video version 1.1" the best solution for video editing is, a proprietary algorithm that achieves high precision chroma key synthesis: matched to strands of hair blown in the breeze or frizzy hair styles; the color spill of the background photographed with the subject is automatically adjusted to match the composite image; variations and shadows due to uneven lighting when the photo was taken are cleanly removed while maintain the detail of the matting image; rendering is as natural as it can be for curved glass surfaces like wine glasses and transparent liquids.
ROBUSKEY frees you from wasting your time, patience and effort to cut out complex, detailed portions of images and expands your creativity.
Pricing, Availability & System Requirements
The price of "ROBUSKEY for Video version 1.1" is US $450. "ROBUSKEY for Video version 1.1" is available for Windows and Macintosh. Also requires one of After Effects CS3, CS4, CS5, Premiere Pro CS5 and Final Cut Pro 7. "ROBUSKEY for Video version 1.1" can be downloaded from Toolfarm(†1). Further information is available at our website(†2).
Also, ROBUSKEY is not only for movie: ROBUSKEY for Photoshop is coming soon.
Research Institute of Systems Planning, Inc. (ISP) is located in Tokyo, Japan and develops software among various fields: medical information, device control, space exploration, communication, networking and image processing. All the enquiries about this product are welcome at [email protected] .
(First posted on Tuesday, April 19, 2011 at 18:42 EDT)