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Rampant Design Launches New Style Effects Libraries and Textured Overlays


LR-Rampant-Textured-Overlays-Box-Shot-high-resRampant Design announced that it has released two new Style Effects libraries for motion graphics artists as well as 230 new Textured Overlays for editors.

The two new Style Effects volumes for motion graphic artists – Rampant Motion Graphics for Editors v1 and v2, offer 1,500 new 2K, 4K and 5K effects designed to eliminate hours of design time from a typical graphics workflow with easy-to-use drag-and-drop Quicktime elements.

The newly launched Rampant Textured Overlays library delivers 230 hand-crafted effects for editors, also in ultra-high resolution 2K, 4K and 5K elements. This volume provides a wide range of overlay effects for editors or anyone else looking to add a unique and modern look to video projects. Rampant Textured Overlays are ideally suited for editing, motion graphics, photography, graphic design and even print.

For artists new to Rampant Design, the company also offers hundreds of free samples of each effect, enabling customers to try them in their postproduction software of choice. Rampant Design Style Effects are not plug-ins and therefore, are not platform dependent. They work on all editing software platforms, and because they are packaged as Quicktime files. Artists can simply drag and drop any Rampant Style Effects right on the timeline.

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