Is there a 64 bit version of Particle Illusion?

Particle Illusion (formerly particleIllusion) is back! Redesigned from the ground up as a 64-bit application, Particle Illusion gives editors and artists access to an easy-to-use, powerful, high-end particle and motion graphics generator.

Is there a free app for Particle Illusion?

Particle Illusion is the choice for anyone looking to quickly add amazing particle effects to any video, animation, or image. Available as a free standalone application, a paid premium filter, and as part of the Continuum suite of plugins.

How to install particleIllusion on a MacBook Pro?

Download the pI 3.010 Mac installer (17 Mb). Either run the installer program from its current location, or save it to disk and then execute it from wherever you saved it. Follow the instructions given by the installer. (Please note that particleIllusion was last supported on Mac OS 10.10 (Yosemite).

Can you use Particle Illusion in after effects?

Create post-production effects for your videos. ParticleIllusion is an excellent application to create animated particles with which to complement your videos. The program is compatible with applications as famous as After Effects, MediaStudio Pro, Premiere or 3D Studio.

Can a Particle Illusion be run as a standalone application?

Particle Illusion can be run as a standalone application, but rendering is only available as a plug-in. Artists and Editors can use the standalone to create and save a preset effect outside a host application and then can render that saved effect from inside a host timeline.

How do you use Particle Illusion in Boris FX?

No problem! Particle Illusion makes adding stunning particle animations to your scene as easy as 1-2-3. Select an emitter in the library, double-click, and voila, the emitter is added to the scene. Or choose an emitter and click where you want it on your shot to save a step or two.

Can you use Particle Illusion in ProRes QuickTime?

Both the plugin and standalone version of Particle Illusion feature the ability to “pre-render” a particle animation to a ProRes QuickTime movie. This will allow you to dramatically speed up your final render when using the plug-in version, or render out a movie for use in a compositing or editing application from the standalone version.